kandi X-RAY | ImageChooser Summary
kandi X-RAY | ImageChooser Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the dialog
- Get image folder
- Helper method to set title
- On add image
- Invoked when an activity is received
- Crop the specified path
- Chooses the finish image
- Initializes the manager
- Get album list
- Initializes the instance
- Override method to set activity results
- Initialize the grid
- Set album list
- Show the album popup
- Renders a color to the canvas
- Gets the view at the specified position
- On create view
- Get data for a specific item
- Get the image at the given position
- Take photo
- Set the image folder
- Draws the path to the canvas
- Creates the popup
- Called when an options item is selected
- Draws the transparent rectangle
- Gets the inDrawable
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Trending Discussions on ImageChooser
I am making a Java-SQL database storing app on Eclipse and MySQL. In this app, I have to upload image to the file directory. Currently while making this app, I am using an image upload path and storing all the uploaded images there. But when I'm finished with the app, and if I'm to work it on someone else's computer the image upload path in the code obviously will not work on that computer. What shall I do to make it work on other computer as well? Should I make a prompt which asks for image upload path every time the app opens and store that, or something else?? please help....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-31 at 13:46
I would not suggest doing this via a config file, because this is not very user-friendly. Instead, get the current directory (i. e. the one that you executed the
java command) using
System.getProperty("user.dir"). Then create a new folder inside there, and use it as your upload folder. This will make sure you always have a useable path without bothering the user with specifying it.
Hello Everyone I am trying to start activity when I click on
RecyclerView , it is started when I add the code in the Custom Adapter , but when I write it in Activity it Just give me the position on Log ..
so any help
here is the code OnClick in activity and that's what I tried to do...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-15 at 20:11
Some parts of my site are branding and the images should only be of particular dimensions.
Is it possible to have the ImageChooser only display images of a certain dimension ?
In a previous question @Alexy showed how the ImageField clean method can be used to only allow certain images Can a wagtail ImageField be restricted to by image dimension
But to be more user friendly, I'd like the ImageChooser to only display suitable images in the first place....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-04 at 01:59
You could rig up something pretty easily using Django's signals to create width/height tags whenever you upload an image. It would look something like this:
I am working on GUI java project which contains FileChooser(combined with JLabel it becomes ImageChooser) and JTextArea (inside of JScrollPane). Both of these components are inside of JPanel.
When ever I ran it inside of IntelliJ Idea (version 2017.2.4)everything works fine:
But if I build Artifacts and create .jar file, then image inside of JLabel is not initialized and the size(height) of JTextArea becomes minimal(though minimal value is set to 200):
I suspect that ImageIcon cannot be initialized due to relative path I provide:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-22 at 09:50
You are right, the way you fetch resources is problematic in a jar.
The way you should access them:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use ImageChooser like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the ImageChooser component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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