User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/4.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; aff-kingsoft-ciba; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E; Zune 4.7; Tablet PC 2.0) Steps to reproduce: 1、quickly press capture button and get more than five photos 2、quickly click filmstrip region Actual results: 1、the preview screen shows a big photo when you select anyone. 2、double cliclk the preview screen, the screen changes to two or three parts Expected results: 1、the preview screen shows photo normally.
Hi, I do 5 times, and found 2 times. you can see the attachments. Thanks
Tested 5 times on my device and not seeing any fault. With the STR provided and v1.1 stage now, I don't think we'd spend time investigating this on v1.1. QAWANTED for v1.2 to see if this is valid.
I cannot reproduce this one, too.
Hi, this one is not easy to reproduce. But it is really exist. Maybe you need do more. Thanks
I was able to reproduce a similar issue found in the screenshots the reporter provided. While I couldn't reproduce the wrong image appearing when tapping on a photo in the film strip, I was however able to get an error to saying "Picture not saved. An error prevented Camera from saving the picture" and then the Capture button became disabled. I got this error by following the STR in comment 0. I've attached a screenshot of the error and a logcat of when the issue occurred. I can open a new bug if need be. Environmental Variables: Gaia 2140c987fdde1c99097018f7e93b0bbd43d2125d SourceStamp 6a831fcb96f4 BuildID 20131106004004 Version 26.0
As to the error message, see attachment 828819 [details], this message shows at two cases: 1. the device storage cannot write file into storage and 2. the mozCamera cannot take the picture.
Hi Wayne About this bug, what is you plan? Can you help to process? Thanks
It still hasnt been reproduced yet, since its hard to reproduce we will not investigate further currently on v1.1.
Hi Beatriz Do you argee comment 11? this bug maybe differect to reproduce, but it is exist actually. Thanks
Agree with comment 11.
This bug is obsolete since we removed the filmstrip from camera