.jpg files and Blackberry 9330

I'd be interested in hearing what others have experienced with .jpg files on these phones. My 9330 does a poor job at displaying them - even saved at high quality. I understand that .jpg files are "stripped" of all uneeded data, but this seems to be amplified with the BB. The files display with a slight grid pattern.
I have not tried .gif, but .png and .tiff files seem to work ok.

Instead of putting a For loop around your code to display your "movie" you should put a While loop around it. Wire up its condition terminal just like the one for the graph, except use a local vaiable of the stop button. This should make your movie stop about when the graph does. Unfortunatly this won't act quite like a pause button, you won't be able to resart where you left off. It could be done though, you'd just need a bit more coding in both loops.
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