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  1. Hi Poweramp Forumns, I noticed this issue and I looked everywhere in the settings if I could set the way album art is displayed in different phone orientations, however I could not find anything, so I believe this may be a bug. I've uploaded some screenshots of the issue. The album art that is displayed in landscape mode is not consistant, some show the full art 1:1, some show as cropped. See below for exmaple: I wanted to display the Album art as 1:1 in landscape mode so you can see more of the visualisation in the background. Album art is normal in portrait. I am using the Z fold 3 as an awesome display for my Naim MuSo Gen 2 and noticed this yesterday. Anyway to stop the album art from zooming in on landscape mode?
  2. First of all, I really like the new update. It took a little getting used to but after some menu digging I'm finding it a real pleasure to use. My only suggestion would be in regards to the artist images, portrait and square pictures fit perfectly to their frames, however landscape orientation photos sit awkwardly and spoil the rounded aesthetic slightly. Is there a way to implement something to detect what the shortest edge of the image is and crop or zoom to that?
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