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I'm working on a card maker app. The idea behind it is to have a CSV file with data for each card, a folder with images, and to create a card for each character I have once the CSV file is uploaded. So far so good, but I am stucked in writing the text in front of the canvas.
The canvas is created by overlapping a lot of different images, but the text appears on the very background and ends up being entirely covered by the other images. I want texts to be in front of it!
I trigger everything upon the loading of the CSV file containing the data, and I actually use a "context.fillText" but is not working as I want it to work.
How can I put the text from the variables inside the last 3 "context.fillText" on front of the canvas? The final scope is to have a single canvas I can save as an image.
And this is my code...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-21 at 15:39
I think you can use
.append() and create text inside
.contenitoreCarte or even you canvas
the usage is too simple, here the document: https://api.jquery.com/append/
If you give me an example of your CSV I can submit a better answer by completing your code
I know this can be done because the amazing plugin Odin, has some epic serialization tools.
I was hoping I could do this using Odin but even their [Serialize] tag doesn't work.
I want to serialize a new instance of a script inside of a Scriptable Object.
With Odin, you can serialize dictionaries, and if you serialize a dictionary which holds instance of an interface (script) it allows you to create a new instance of that script inside the dictionary like so:
Since its possible to store an instance of a script inside of a dictionary I am curious how this can be done on its own.
The script I want to save is a generic script with only functions and an empty constructor.
Do you know a why to serialize the instance of an interface (script) inside of a ScriptableObject?
Ideally I could create an attribute some how and just force it to serialize like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-29 at 15:10
You don't need any [Serialize] tag, MyClass simply has to inherit from Sirenix.OdinInspector.SerializedMonoBehaviour instead of MonoBehaviour. These "Serialized" class (also exists for ScriptableObjects and the likes) need to be used in order for Odin's custom serialization to work, which would make your field appear in the inspector.
This script works for me:
I have an iscript that runs one of a collection of previously created SQL statements, binds several parameters, and generates an XML result.
The SQL used in each request varies in the number of parameters and the number of (and name of) columns returned.
Everything was pretty straightforward to develop except for one outstanding issue: how can I collect the column names and include that information in the returned data?
Currently we are using the
CreateSQL command and a SQL object. As far as I know, we can only loop through the result values, and not a dictionary of the column names and values.
How can I return the column names with the results in PeopleCode, in the context of an iscript, with (essentially) dynamic SQL that can't be known ahead of time?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-18 at 08:23
I have a way to get the column name by PLSQL, just a little complex.
First, create a table to store a long string in the Application Designer:
I need help with my autofac generics configuration. I get the below error which I can't seem to get around. I have an interface using generics called
Implementing that interface is an abstract class called
Script : IScript. Derived from that abstract class are two concrete classes that set their preferred
I've uploaded a sample .net core application that exhibits the problem here: https://github.com/Strandedpirate/agr
To run go to
agr\autofac-generic-registration and type in
C# seems to have no problems boxing the concrete types to either the interface or abstract base class. So why is autofac complaining here?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-06 at 15:43
There are a couple of issues.
Using DbUp, is it possible to write a procedural migration in C# (rather than SQL)?
I realise the general philosophy of DbUp is to do everything in SQL but there might be cases where C# is the better tool for the job.
For example let's say you're storing serialized binary blobs in your database (ignoring whether that's a good idea or not) and you want to alter the structure of those blobs. Your application code has the know-how to deserialize/serialize those blobs. Doing so might be possible via SQL, but doing it via C# would be simpler.
Is there a way to do this (other than
IScript)? Basically I'm looking for a mechanism to
- Allow issuing arbitary commands against the database in the context of a transaction
- If the transation completes succesfully, record that "migration" as having completed
IScript seems like the closest thing there is - wondering if there is something better.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-07 at 10:49
Code-based scripts Sometimes migrations may require more logic than is easy or possible to perform in SQL alone. Code-based scripts provide the facility to generate SQL in code, with an open database connection and a System.Data.IDbCommand factory provided.
The code-based migration is a class that implements the IScript interface. The ProvideScript() method is called when it is the migration's turn to be executed, so the scripts before it have already been executed.
Of course, the command factory can be used for more than just queries. The entire migration itself can be performed in code:
Good day! I`m trying to load dynamically compiled assembly to other Appdomain and Unload it using Appdomain.Unload() method. I tried this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-23 at 17:14
You are trying to create an instance for
Scripts.MyCustomScript and cast it as
RemoteLoader. It is wrong. You want to create an instance of
appDomainPluginB domain. So, you should specify the desired type for
I have and interface as shown below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Aug-24 at 12:24
This is the code to convert html to image using canvas.. I have one question like, when i clicks on the preview button the image is getting populated but if again try to click on the preview button , the two preview image is appearing.
How can I remove the first preview?...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-31 at 11:07
You probably want to remove any existing child divs from the
#previewImage div before creating a new preview, so just use
$("#previewImage").empty(); before invoking
html2canvas, or right after saving the image to disk.
I am drawing an image on canvas via drawImage method, it draw the image but when any event is called is become blank and disappear. I tried different ways but not success. I want to show the image on canvas and not disappear, Because I convas this canvas to dataUrl which become blank.
Please anyone who know please guide me where i am going wrong. Below is my code....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-26 at 14:12
Check this Fiddle.
You are getting this problem because you are drawing that in context and not adding that to canvas object. So after drawing in context you get that context data using
ctx.getImageData(0, 0, img.width, img.height); After that create a canvas element and put that image data
c.getContext('2d').putImageData(data, 0, 0); then create an fabricjs image object from that canvas image data.
*Crossorigin problem is there so fiddle not working, you can check this in your local server
I am able to download content of HTML page but page contain image of QR code, which is not visible in my downloaded image instead of that I am getting blank space
My HTML and jQuery code is in the following fiddle...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-03 at 13:38
I found your html a bit complicated so I changed it to fit with my style. I did not use html2canvas, I was doing some annoying stuff for some reason, so I used another library that does the same thing.
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You can use iScript like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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