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# Steps to reproduce
Download the code sample from https://github.com/williamwilling/xamarin-forms-image-size or follow the steps below.
1. Create a new Xamarin Forms PCL project.
2. Add a new XAML page.
3. Add the following code to the XAML.
<Image x:Name="ResourceImage" HorizontalOptions="Center" VerticalOptions="Center" />
<Image x:Name="FileImage" HorizontalOptions="Center" VerticalOptions="Center" />
4. Add the following code to the constructor of the page in the code behind.
ResourceImage.Source = ImageSource.FromResource("TestApp.test.png");
FileImage.Source = ImageSource.FromFile("test.png");
5. Add an image called `test.png` to the portable project and set `Build Action` to `Embedded Resource`.
6. Add the same image to the `Resources/drawable/` folder of the Android project and set `Build Action` to `AndroidResource`.
7. Add the same image to the `Resources/ folder` of the iOS project and set `Build Action` to `BundleResource`.
8. Add the same image to the root folder of the UWP project and set `Build Action` to `Content`.
9. Set the test page as the starting page in `App.cs`.
10. Build and run the project on each platform.
# Expected behavior
All platforms should show the same picture twice, at full size in both cases. (Maybe smaller if the image doesn't fit in its parent, but at least both images should have the same size.)
# Actual behavior
* UWP exhibits the expected behavior.
* iOS shows the image loaded with `ImageSource.FromFile` at full size, and the image loaded with `ImageSource.FromResource` at half size.
* Android shows the image loaded with `ImageSource.FromFile` at full size, and the image loaded with `ImageSource.FromResource` at one-third the size.
Using `ImageSource.FromStream` instead of `ImageSource.FromResource` gives the same results, regardless of whether the stream is created from an embedded resource or from a file on the file system.
# Supplemental info (logs, images, videos)
Code available at https://github.com/williamwilling/xamarin-forms-image-size
# Test environment (full version information)
* Xamarin Forms v22.214.171.12482 and v126.96.36.199
* Android 5.0 (API 21)
* iOS 9.3
* Windows 10, Build 1056 with UWP v5.0.0 and v5.2.2
Developed with Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 with all updates installed.
Created attachment 17889 [details]
Zip of git repo with fixes
Relative image sizes differ between platforms.