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Old 11-21-2006, 06:45 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

When I read this thread I feel like a 4 year old
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Old 11-21-2006, 07:14 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

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I'm a computer programmer with photography (and computer programming) as a hobby. I like people who are searching deeper than just using their computer. I hope you will manage to create what you want. To create such filters use filtermeister. It's also a plug-in that you can create others.

I hope that helped you. If you need more help... just ask.


Waiting for your results...
Hey!

Ahh that sounds really fun! Nice to make own filters and so, cool

Im at work now, but ivé tested a few pics, works nice!
Altough if u take a little bigger images, IE goes waco ;D

I gonna laborate more with this when im @ home!

Thanks again mate

Have a nice day, Tobbe
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Old 11-21-2006, 07:24 AM
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When I read this thread I feel like a 4 year old
It's OK Godmother. There is nothing wrong with you.... WE are the nerds! (and we like it)
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Old 11-21-2006, 07:56 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

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It's OK Godmother. There is nothing wrong with you.... WE are the nerds! (and we like it)
Couldn´t say it better my self =)

Did a quick test, look here: http://test.tobbe13.com/
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:06 AM
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Did a quick test, look here: http://test.tobbe13.com/
Nice job Tobbe... though it is too slow!
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:11 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

I have to wonder why you would want to do something like this - other than 'because you can'.
From a purely practical web perspective, the image is approx 1/10th of the size of the HTML needed to draw it with a table and as you've already found out - is impractical for larger images.
If you want imageless images on the web then you should look into the <canvas> tag for FF & Safari or SVG - pretty much anything except IE. Even with their newly released browser they're still behind the competition - just have to wait till IE 7.2
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:28 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

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I have to wonder why you would want to do something like this - other than 'because you can'.
From a purely practical web perspective, the image is approx 1/10th of the size of the HTML needed to draw it with a table and as you've already found out - is impractical for larger images.
If you want imageless images on the web then you should look into the <canvas> tag for FF & Safari or SVG - pretty much anything except IE. Even with their newly released browser they're still behind the competition - just have to wait till IE 7.2
I just got this ideá one day when i was working on a hompage, just wanted to test if its possible to draw an image with tables.
then i realized that copy the color from pixel to pixel manually would be a huge job!! thats why did post here..

Thanks to manta it now works easy

So i have no really purpose for this, just wanted to se if this is possible, nerdy as i am

And yes, ivé noticed that this is unpractical with lager images, huuuge html file as result But hey, i atleast tried to do this

Hmm i must read more about the <canvas> tag, sounds interesting!
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:40 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

From a nerdy point of view - doesnt it defeat the purpose to have someone do it for you?
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:46 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

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From a nerdy point of view - doesnt it defeat the purpose to have someone do it for you?
NO! If you won't ask you'll never learn how to do it yourself!!!
If you are ashamed to... you'll just never learn (or reinvent the wheel over and over again). If you go to the test site of Tobbe and pass the mouse over the small smiley faces you'll see what he wanted to create! What he asked was the way to go there . To see if he can make it work... and he can (all by himself)!
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:52 AM
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Re: Copy pixel by pixel

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From a nerdy point of view - doesnt it defeat the purpose to have someone do it for you?
My skills was not high enough to make this work other than do it manually, therefore i made this post - to get some help!

Then a friendly soul did more than just give me some suggestions, he did a filter for me, im really greatful for that!

At some point u much see your own limitations on your skills, so this was my last outpost..
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