Photo Loop

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  1. Toolmaker321

    Toolmaker321 New Member

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    Does the Surface Pro3 have the same Photo Loop feature on the camera that the Surface 2 has ?
     
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    ctitanic Well-Known Member

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    Welcome aboard! The short answer is no, AFAIK.
     
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    Thanks for the quick reply. :) Is there by chance a longer answer as to "why not" and can it be added? Oh yeah what is AFAIK?
     
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    If you are in the Camera App and you slide the finger from left to right you will be scrolling your photos in some kind of loop.
     
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    That may not be all bad. With about 8 pictures my dad would be scrolling through the list for hours eventually giving up asking how many pictures are in this thing. :) It's a double edge sword... on the one hand he would be entertained for hours harmlessly... on the other hand he would waste the day caught in a loop. Such are the realities of life. o_O
     
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    This is mostly to check the last few pictures and decide if you want to keep it.
     
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    I guess I deserved that. It's usually what I'm always telling those around me. Why doesn't it have it, I wonder? It's such a cool feature.
     
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    Since I started with the surface 3, are you looking for a viewer that loops from the last image to the first image making a continuous loop, or a slide viewer that will stop at the last image but can be incremented using your finger?
    Either one should be doable. (Programming it that is)
     
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    Actually what I'm looking for is the same "Photo Loop" feature that's on my wife's Surface 2.
     

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