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Re: Re: Re: png to bmp 24

by nmcfarl (Pilgrim)
on Apr 03, 2004 at 04:42 UTC ( #342232=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: png to bmp 24
in thread png to bmp 24

Well, working code is the one thing you're not getting from me. This is all from memory (and looking at the docs). I don't have a working ImageMagick install right now, nor the time to get one running.

Anyhow the first code sample looks like what I would try. It's very odd that it is not working! I'm sure it has worked for me in the past.

Anyhow I'd definitely try John's suggestion of the command line tools. Then possibly try converting some other pngs, some jpgs. Just start narrowing down the problem. Something has to work. ImageMagick has been very good to me in the past.

PS. Some 'code' tags would make this much more readable.

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png to bmp 24
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 04, 2004 at 23:03 UTC
    OK guys you have been really patient with me and thanks for that. I was able to get the file into acrobate which is fine. It is in the center of the page. How do I control what position on the pdf the image is. How can I get it into the upper left corner?

      Well, I'm kinda unclear as to what the exact problem is. Did the original have the content in the center? It would seem likely, that if this is not the case, that this is a display issue with Acrobat (or the full script is doing more manipulation than the snippet shown above is). Otherwise perhaps "Crop" is your friend.

      Anyhow for all of you Image::Magick needs this page is, if you haven't already found it, a life saver. Particularly the section on "Manipulating an Image".

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