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[Feature] Allow imageCrop with Camera Card #657

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ctetreault opened this Issue May 23, 2013 · 2 comments

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ctetreault commented May 23, 2013

Currently the imageCrop option is only available when picking a photo via the FilePicker. Would be great if we could have this exposed for the Camera card as well.

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kwallis commented May 23, 2013

Is it an option on the camera card for invoke? I thought we exposed all possible options...

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Currently the imageCrop option is only available when picking a photo via the FilePicker. Would be great if we could have this exposed for the Camera card as well.


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ejzn commented May 23, 2013

The camera card is only invoked with the bb.action.CAPTURE, you would have to use the normal invoke framework currently.

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