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dynamic size of image

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How can i get the height and width of a picture(s) so that I can pass it to SplashImageOn and have the size be dynamically changed?

For $i = 1 to $updates Step 1
    InetGet($arrIMG[$i], "c:\logo" & $i &".jpg")
    SplashImageOn("Splash Screen", "c:\logo" & $i &".jpg",200,300,-1,-1,1)
    Sleep(3000)
    SplashOff()
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Check out LazyCat's fileman http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/Lazycat/udfs.html..

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Check out LazyCat's fileman http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/Lazycat/udfs.html..

Thanks. I appreciate it.

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http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/Lazycat/files/image_get_size.zip

I can't seem to download the file. All the other udfs for lazycat I can download. Can I download this anywhere else? Thanks.

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Try to download the "Images info reader", which I think you can use for your task.

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/Lazycat/files/image_get_info.zip

It's also newer than "Images size reader"...

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Try to download the "Images info reader", which I think you can use for your task.

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/Lazycat/files/image_get_info.zip

It's also newer than "Images size reader"...

Excellent. One more question, is there any way to make a splash image linkable to a website (so when it popped up you could click and go wherever)? Or if not, is there anyway to do this in a GUI? Thanks.

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Excellent. One more question, is there any way to make a splash image linkable to a website (so when it popped up you could click and go wherever)? Or if not, is there anyway to do this in a GUI? Thanks.

Any ideas? Yes/No.. maybe so?

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Sure. Make a GUI with the picture in it. Then you make a timeout-system using TimerInit and

TimerDiff, and in the script's main-loop you check if GUIGetMsg equals the picture-control.

If it does you run the link.

If you haven't touched the GUI-part of AutoIt just check out some simple examples in the help-

file or here on the forum, and see what you end up with. If you have any problems with some

part just come back here in this topic and ask.. Good luck.

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