SignWriting Image Server for web servers, Windows, and Mac
icemandeaf at GMAIL.COM
Wed May 12 20:34:21 UTC 2010
I actually like the col feature better. I was able to make it work for
me. Now to install the new SWIS and maybe even make it so that it will
work seamlessly(ish) with SignText and all so that people can also
comment in SW. All I have to do is figure out how to pass the bsw code
into the text field kinda like what the Media Plug-in does, but with
WordPress software. That will be an exciting day to come, and it is
getting closer to that. :-)
On May 12, 2010, at 7:07 AM, Steve Slevinski wrote:
> Hi Adam,
> The column.php script produces an image. The columns.php script is
> an example HTML page. The iframe may be your best option, but here
> are 2 additional options.
> First, the column.php script takes an optional "col" attribute. By
> default, "col" is equal to 1, the first column. If you knew how
> many columns were in the sign text, you could duplicate the image
> code with the same BSW code and only need to modify the "col"
> attribute. For example, if a sign text had 3 columns, you could use
> 3 images, all with the same BSW, but add "&col=2" for the second
> column and "&col=3" for the third.
> Another option is to code in PHP. Open the "columns.php" script and
> take a look. It's not very long. The 2 most important lines are...
> $st = new SignText($bsw,$size,$height);
> $cols = $st->getCols();
> The $cols variable is a simple array of BSW. This automatically
> splits the BSW up into segments for the "column.php" image script.
> It does the same thing that you were doing by hand.
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