Export card IMAGE (Re: question regarding print out of objects)

FlexibleLearning at aol.com FlexibleLearning at aol.com
Thu Mar 13 12:31:15 EDT 2008

Hi Richard:

Indeed, this is much  easier...
"export snapshot from cd x of this stack to file tfilename as  png"

Thank you for the heads-up.


FlexibleLearning  wrote:

> Change "of this cd" to "of this stack" and you'll get the  expected  
>>You could automate the screenshot  part in Revolution  ...
>>repeat with x = 1 to the  number of cds
>>  go cd  x
>>  put "snapshot"  & x & ".jpg" into tfilename
>>   export snapshot from  rect (the rect of this cd) to file tfilename as  
>>end  repeat
> As an alternative, Ken Ray wrote a neat   routine that export the card 
> rather than a screenShot (in which  other  windows can get in the way), and 
> stack does not even  have to be visible,  on-screen or even fit the   

Richard G wrote:

While Ken's approach was a godsend,  it's now simpler and more robust to 
use the built-in object-imaging export  option -- see my post from a few 
hours  ago:


When  Mark Waddingham rewrote the buffering routines for v2.7, he 
*really* rewrote  them, with a strong positive side effect being the new 
capabilities of the  export snapshot command.  


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