Copy Image to TargetImage
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Dec 1 13:13:02 EST 2013
You can import your images as control to make sure they don't disappear.
Another way is to create a folder next to your stack and call this
folder "pictures". Put your image files into the folder, e.g.
"pictures/mypicture.png". Set the filename of the image control to
"pictures/mypicture.png". Now, whenever you move your stack, make sure
that you move the folder to the same place and the pictures will be
visible in your stack.
You can use the Files section of the Standalone Application Settings to
include your folder with your standalone.
Also see pages 116-118 of my book.
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On 12/1/2013 18:25, Vaughn Clement wrote:
> I just learning how to use images with the image control. I used the text
> of the image and sized it to the rect of the control. This worked ok, but
> it did not save the images because the next time the card was opened the
> image was gone. The LC lessons did not explain how to save the image/s. Do
> you know where I can find the script elements to save the image in the
> mobile device?
> On Sunday, December 1, 2013, Colin Holgate wrote:
>> You need to make the image width and height be the same first. Also, note
>> that the alpha will be lost, you can fix that if need be by setting the
>> alphadata of the second image to the alphadata of the first image.
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