Copy Image to TargetImage

Vaughn Clement vclement at gmail.com
Sun Dec 1 13:17:35 EST 2013


Hi Mark

I have your book so I will look at the pages... Thanks

Thank you

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On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 11:13 AM, Mark Schonewille <
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:

> Vaughn,
>
> 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:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> 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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