protecting images in a standalone
Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Mon Mar 21 08:42:33 CST 2005
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True, but meanwhile...
Have you considered creating a substack and placing the images on one
or more cards of the substack? If you name the images something
original (like "Image") and place each one on a separate card, you can
use the card names to distinguish them quickly:
put image "Image" of card "Orange Toothpaste" of stack "Images" into
image "Displayed Image"
If you really want to keep the images in separate files for whatever
reason, you might consider obscuring the data (and the filenames
perhaps); you can obscure the data somewhat by doing something like:
put compress(base64encode(compress(URL "file:/MyDisk/srcFile.jpg")))
into URL "file:/Target/i10a1055a.if3"
then to get it back, of course:
"file:/Target/i10a1055a.if3"))) into image "Displayed Image"
On Mar 19, 2005, at 6:34 AM, Klaus Major wrote:
> Hi docmann,
>> Hello Jacque and thanks for the reply!
>> Actually, after reading so much about them on this list, the idea of
>> using custom properties to store the images was my first
>> consideration. (I even purchased Dan's e-book as a reference).
>> Although I may be wrong (most often the case), I just don't think it
>> would work with the volume of images I need to use ---> about 4500
>> images, all around 3-5K in size.
>> I guess I was just hoping that maybe there was a lib or external
>> available for Rev, with some sort of encryption scheme that could be
> with all your efforts, please don't forget that the user simple can
> the screen in the end! ;-)
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
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> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Frank D. Engel, Jr. <fde101 at fjrhome.net>
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