extracting the thumbnail from digital photos?
mikedoub at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 14:53:06 EST 2015
Clearly I missed was you were asking. It seems that you are trying to
capture that initial image of the website within a browser.
I would be inclined to just take a screen shapshot and resize it.
If you want to do this within livecode you are going to need to create a
browser instance in a stack and then use import snapshot to capture the
image of the website. You can then resize this image to be used in your
button. Take a look a the revBrowser control tutorial and import
snapshot dictionary entry.
On 1/30/15 1:53 PM, Ethan Lish wrote:
> On a related note, can this function be used/expanded to create a thumbnail image (tile) of a website. Looking to use this static image as a "button" to launch the full site in another card/browser
> Code examples welcome ;-)
> Ethan at Lish.net240.876.1389
> On Fri, Jan 30, 2015 at 7:03 AM, Mike Doub <mikedoub at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In my implementation I put all of the thumbnails into an array. If there
>> are no thumbnails found, the array is empty.
>> On Friday, January 30, 2015, Malte Brill <revolution at derbrill.de> wrote:
>>> Hi Al,
>>> sorry to chime in late. I was on the road without any iNet access. The
>>> last iteration of the script including numToByte and setting the case
>>> sensitive to true indeed does work extracting the thumbnail image. And it
>>> is incredibly fast. :-) I still have troubles to see if there is no
>>> thumbnail in the image though. Need tto dig into that.
>>> All the best and thanks again!
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