I need help(code) to reduce the image file size..
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I want a functionality of merging two images after reading them without losing the image quality.
Is there new Image classes or libraries introduced in WPF for such kind of requirement.
hey guy, i need help in a very troubling matter. I want to make a textbox with a specific style, within this style a set of images as background parts, how can i attach these images to the custom control as whenever i take the .dll file and add it to the toolbar the images do not appear. So i tried to make them as resource files and their property as embedded in .resx file, so how to make the css style background image url to be linked to any of those image.
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How to reduce the image weight using
asp.net, without lose of image quality and image pixels. For example i
have an image with the size of 4 MB (3024*2045), so how to reduce the
image weight ie 4 MB to 1 MB without lose quality in the same pixels
ie(3024 * 2045) using asp.net.
When I change the file ending to something different (like studentid_temp1.jpg) the new cropped image saves without a problem because it does not have to overwrite the original.
I have set the permissions on the folder to allow read/write functionality.
Any ideas to easily accomplish this overwrite? I thought overwrite was kind of the default when a file came across with the same name, or is it because I still have the image open from the display (how would I fix that, if that's
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I have an InfoPath web-enabled form in MOSS 2007, that is integrated with a K2 blackpoint process for an approval workflow.
Once the form (a Purchase Order request form) has been approved in the K2 workflow process, I switch the form view to a "print-friendly" view for the requestor to view from the browser. However, now I need to go one step further with this scenario:
1) I need to somehow insert/embed an image with the scanned-in signature of the approver (likely stored in a SP doc library) at the signature line section of my form. Also, what are the security requirements for storing such images, but not granting
all users access to these (e.g. only services accounts that need to access this for embedding into the form, etc.)?
2) Then I need to convert this final "print-friendly" view of the form (with the signature image) to a PDF document so that I can store it in SharePoint (and email it to the requestor using K2's email event capabilities).
Can anyone help me with a solution to both of these requirement, or point me to some resources for this (even 3rd party components are open-game).
I have an AsyncFilUpload that is used to upload to my site. On the server side I have code that checks the width and height of the image and will only save the image if it is within the limits buit I can't figure out how to get the AsyncFileUpload control to show an error when this happens. Can anyone give me any pointers?