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Measuring the height of the image picker


    Hey Josh,

    Here is the best guide for (face-image-picker-texture)

    Hope this will help you.



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  • Hey, thanks for the reply! I have seen the guides, but they don't address my issue. I need to place buttons above the image picker, but I don't know to position them accurately since the size of the picker changes based on the size of the simulator window and not the size of the simulated device (shown in the pics above). 

    The reason I need this accept image button is because my effect has multiple stages where you can use the camera texture OR a gallery texture. Picking the texture in the gallery picker will give you a preview of what it looks like in the effect, then you can click accept to apply it and move to the next stage. 

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  • Safest bet would probably be to stick your button up at the top of the safe render area (or maybe just in the middle of the screen). Keeping it by the image picker is definitely more intuitive, but I don't think there is any information accessible to us as far as where on the screen the image picker is drawn.

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  • Thanks for participating. I have seen your issue and its ok on our side. I request you to please uninstall snapchat and install it again. I am saying because i am experiencing with this issue with my site Northell and after uninstall it its working absolutely Fine. 

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