Whos got an iPhone

rph105

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jul 21, 2007
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could some one with an iphone do me a favour and go onto this website on your iPhone http://realproperlayouts.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/, and then take a pic when it loads up, i just would like to see what it would look like on the iphone, if any of you dont mind

Thank you very much in advance
 

Lixivial

macrumors 6502a
Well that URL is not quite friendly and it takes quite some time to load even on WiFi, but attached are a few direct snapshots using the screenshot utility. The website is quite sluggish on the iPhone.

EDIT: Uhm, bleh, the onboard attachement manager did not scale down thumbnails. Tossed over to imageshack to save the thread layout... Click for larger.

 

j00d

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Jul 27, 2007
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Well that URL is not quite friendly and it takes quite some time to load even on WiFi, but attached are a few direct snapshots using the screenshot utility. The website is quite sluggish on the iPhone.

EDIT: Uhm, bleh, the onboard attachement manager did not scale down thumbnails. Tossed over to imageshack to save the thread layout... Click for larger.
How did you make those screenshots?
 

Derald Lary

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May 6, 2007
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Blue Younder

I agree with the above. Too many Hi Definition photos and the text was difficult to blow up to read. Text column width should be much less to facilitate reading, it is much easier to scroll vertically than left to right while reading.






Photos made with Canon 20D and Photoshop
 

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Lixivial

macrumors 6502a
OK, maybe that previous response was too succinct. Of course it's OS X only, since the iPhone runs OS X. ;) You run that utility on the iPhone itself to capture the iPhone's screen.

It outputs a file to the phone's filesystem located at /tmp/foo_0.png, which you can then transfer off either by changing its extension to .JPG and moving it to /private/var/root/Media/DCIM/100APPLE and using iPhoto or just transferring it with sftp or FUSE's SSHFS.

EDIT: As for SSHing, etc, I'll leave that to you to google for. This is already quite far off the thread's topic. :p