Use of images

Christian Langers christian.langers at
Mon Jan 2 07:17:59 EST 2006

Le 2 janv. 06 à 13:00, xavier.bury at a écrit :

> Hi Christian
> the image path example is probably the easiest.
> The other method would require loading the stack in memory causing
> problems on low memory
> conditions... You would also have to consider watching image id  
> conflicts
> if you want to edit those
> and possibly other issues like network latency saving your stack  
> and the
> like...

> One solution to that would be to split up the images across a few  
> stacks
> to reduce the memory
> footprint but still it would innelegant unless you want to secure your
> images so no one copies them...

Is there not the problem that closing a stack in standalones  will  
not removing them acually from memory ?

So loading them when needed will not remove them and so the memory  
problem persists...?


> cheers
> Xavier
> use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 02/01/2006 12:53:40:
>> Hello,
>> I have to work with about 280 images making about 200mb.
>> which method would have the best performance in Rev :
>> - letting the images outsite the app and setting the filename of img
>> to them
>> - importing them in a stack and working with it as an invisible stack
>> (referring to them by setting the icon of a button to the id of imgs)
>> ???
>> Thanks for any reflection,
>> Christian L.
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