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Something I'm working on ...
#31
It isn't what you think, but I like it...

[Image: WebViewer.png]
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#32
(05-14-2017, 01:12 PM)bbjimmy Wrote: It isn't what you think, but I like it...

[Image: WebViewer.png]

Look good :-)

Should be a find function included
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#33
(05-14-2017, 06:32 PM)lelldorin Wrote: Look good :-)

Should be a find function included

[Image: Webviewertree.png]

This seems to cover the need.
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#34
(05-15-2017, 12:12 AM)bbjimmy Wrote:
(05-14-2017, 06:32 PM)lelldorin Wrote: Look good :-)

Should be a find function included

[Image: Webviewertree.png]

This seems to cover the need.

It is not the same. If you are searching for a word or line in a long text a search function must be.
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#35
Nothing to show yet, but I am starting on a graphics workflow system. Pete Goodeve pointed out that Imagemagick works in Haiku and I'm setting up a front-end system.

https://discuss.haiku-os.org/t/a-gui-for...agick/5685

EDIT: The first applet is done. It does exactly one thing: flip an image vertically. More to follow.
[Image: flipimage.png]
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#36
I am working on a Spirte Editor in yab:

Here is the first screenshot:

[Image: spriteeditor_0.2.png]

This is ready:
- The editor creates or change 32x32 pixel images
- Load a graphic
- Save the graphic (png)
- Save graphic as (png)

At Work:
- Set output image format
- creating 64x64 pixel images
- Set alpha color (i hope this is doable (not checked, but should))
- Change selected color in the imagefile (for example: white to black)
- More beatyful color list (now at the moment i have chaos in there) - ready!

Not clear:
- Sprite editor be a part of my new yab IDE or a stand alone program (or booth)
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#37
more on WebViewer:

[Image: wv.png]

[Image: wv1.png]
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#38
Webviewer pre-alpha http://coquillemartialarts.com/jim/webvi..._gcc2.hpkg
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#39
(06-15-2017, 02:42 AM)bbjimmy Wrote: Webviewer pre-alpha http://coquillemartialarts.com/jim/webvi..._gcc2.hpkg

Just a crazy idea, but let me air it so we can move on to saner ground Wink

Could this be refactored into a library? I can see how to use this for my own apps, but then how do I know if the user has your repo loaded? if it was a library (and included in the yab distribution, of course), one could activate it with a single IMPORT statement. Then it could be the standard yab help viewer.
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#40
Are you looking for the ability to use this code inside a view for your app? It may be possible, but at the moment I am working on getting it working better for my own uses. WebViewer is becoming a tool for my business, it is faster and more reliable than WebPositive for these particular uses.
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