kandi X-RAY | EbookReader Summary
kandi X-RAY | EbookReader Summary
The EbookReader is an Android application for reading books on Android devices. It supports many document formats, such as TXT, MOBI, AZW, AZW3, AZW4, PDF, XPS, OpenXPS, CBZ, EPUB, and FictionBook 2. 2021.12.11 增加mobi, azw, azw3, azw4, fb2, cbz, xps, openxps格式电子书支持;.
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How do I reposition my text to the bottom of the image after using media query?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-15 at 19:01
You mean reposition like this? at what viewport? heres a sample
There'd be a button on the home screen which would play a certain song and change the background image of the button. If the user clicks on the button again (when the music is playing) then the music should stop and the background image of the button should set itself back to the general position. But it looks like the program can't detect if my Mediaplayer is playing. What am I missing here?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-03 at 14:57
It creates a new
Media Player because the class is recreated or re-executed. This clears all the variables and re-defines them. This makes the issue in your case.
Just create a class name anything like
Create a variable of
MediaPlayerwhich is public and static. Like this:
I'm trying to make a private file host and I have it set to return a send_file() when the, for example,
/media/someSong.mp3 url is called.
But I want to make it more styled so when you visit
/media/someSong.mp3, instead of your browser trying to play that MP3 in it, it will use a HTML page with a tag that parses the send_file() sent by an argument.
Currently, I have this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 23:07
send_file returns a
Response object. It makes no sense to pass this to the template.
So you need two endpoints. One to display your website containing the media element and one to stream the file from the directory. I recommend using
send_from_directory for this.
This is a simple example that lists all files within a directory and offers them for playback or viewing. The distinction is made based on the mime type of the file. This is determined via
The exmpale uses the instance path to ensure separation of files and application.
The Wear OS tiles example is great, not so much of an issue but how would one start the background media service that play the songs selected in the primary app, when every I try to start the service, I get the following error. The is no UI thread to reference and the documentation only has to methods for onclick, LoadAction and LaunchAction....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 08:50
serviceScope is running on Dispatchers.IO, you should use withContext(Dispatchers.Main) when making any calls to MediaBrowserCompat.
I set up django project on ubuntu 18.04 and apache2 but there is a problem. Media files don't save. When I try to upload file using django-filer I get 500 internal server error(I wrote simple plugin with charfield and filefield - the same happens) independently from DEBUG=True/False setting. I uploaded few files using manage.py runserver and this works great - I can even use these files in production but an attempt to upload any new one cause error settings.py:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 18:42
I think you need to change permissions of the
media folder. Something like
I have a problem that I am sure I am not the only one to encounter. Today I use a file export system for my Android application. I write my export files in a folder at the same level as the system folders :
With the new storage system for SDK 30, I can no longer access this folder. So I am stuck in SDK 29 with the flag "requestLegacyExternalStorage".
Is it possible to create a shortcut to the Android/data/com.mypackage folder to this folder at root level?
Is there a package to work around this problem? I've been looking for a solution to this problem for two years without success. I would like to keep this folder in the root, because it is easy to access especially during USB transfers.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 11:29
You can target SDK 30 and add MANAGE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission to the manifest:
I'm currently learning how to use SRS and I believe it will mostly fit my needs. However, I need to be able to create a VOD (video on demand) of the user's live video. How would I accomplish this?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 02:55
SRS is a realtime server, design for life streaming and WebRTC. While VoD(Video on Demand) is delivered by file-based web server, like Nginx or ATS, because Vod is actually files, whatever HLS, MP4 or DASH.
Very glad SRS fits your need, and you really need a set of tools to build your video platform, which normally should support live streaming, video conference and VoD.
Apart from Vod, the HLS for live streaming, should also be delivered by file based servers, because HLS is also file based protocol, although it's generated by SRS or FFmpeg.
Let's see the stream flow:
How can I set CSS rules for windowed mode?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-15 at 16:43
You were very close on this, you just needed to move the
not to the begging.
According to MDN's docs:Inverting a query's meaning
The not keyword inverts the meaning of an entire media query. It will only negate the specific media query it is applied to. (Thus, it will not apply to every media query in a comma-separated list of media queries.) The not keyword can't be used to negate an individual feature query, only an entire media query. The not is evaluated last in the following query:
I have a media file that Django isn't able to access, even if it definitely exists if I enter its URL in the browser.Info
- Language: Python [v.3.9.7]
- Platform: Django [v.3.2.8]
Being able to access the media fileDescription
The thing is, people can upload books on my website. People upload images of these books in different sizes, so I want to be able to handle all of them, so I access the width and height of the image and then use that as the size of the image in the view (CSS). To do that, I've used a custom filter
image_size that is going to do all the work of accessing the image and finding its size, which I send back to the view:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-07 at 06:05
Uploaded files go to MEDIA_ROOT unless it is defined differently in the model field You build the path to the img file "manually" in the filter ... which does not point to media/...
on my nginx server if people are using the /media path they can see a list of the whole folder with every file. How can I block that the people are seeing that, like with a 404 page. But I cant disable it in general because I refer to that path with images and stuff on other pages. So in conclusion I need to disable /media path for users but not for the server itself.
I'm using django.
Greetings and thanks for your help...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 23:25
I think you just stumbled upon a common issue in Django. To me, there are several solutions, but there may be issues coming with the solution:
- You can disable serving media files as static by nginx and django, and write routes that check some condition for each file pattern. This gives you a lot of flexibility (anything you can do in Django), but you will have worse performance, because Django need to sends the files instead of Nginx
- I think there is a solution (never tested before) to only serve media files through NGINX internal backend, then having your Django do the checks, and then redirects internally to the corresponding file that NGINX will serve
EDIT: I think this answers explains the latter https://stackoverflow.com/a/43223478/9938410
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You can use EbookReader 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 EbookReader 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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