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 Readme for:  Graphics » Misc » amishots.lha

Amishots

Description: AMIShots for Amiga. An Amiga clone of Webshots
Download: amishots.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 91kb
Version: 0.1.4a
Date: 18 Dec 04
Author: Andrea Palmatè
Submitter: Andrea Palmatè
Email: andrea/amigasoft net
Homepage: http://www.amigasoft.net
Requirements: OS4
Category: graphics/misc
Replaces: graphics/misc/amishots.lha
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 376
 
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AMIShots V0.1.4a -Beta-
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AMIShots is a clone of WebShots (http://www.webshots.com) for Windows.
With AMIShots it is possible to use the entire WebShots Photo Collection plus
the standard JPG images.

AMIShots cycle images for you at specific interval or with a keyboard hotkey.

To use AMIShots you must configure some simple options:

    *   The images directory
    *   The time between two images (in minutes)
    *   The hotkey to change an image

After this you must Rescan the image directory to add the images to the
Database.

Every option is configurable with icon's tooltypes of AMIShots or with its GUI.
The GUI is accessible simply launching another instance of AMIShots (I should
add another hotkey..) and is very clear.

The available Tooltypes are:

    *   CX_PRIORITY:

    This like all commodities is used to assign a priority value to the
program.

    Default value is: 0


    *   HOTKEY:

    This is used to choose the keyboard hotkey to change an image.

    Default value is: ctrl shift w


    *   MINS:

    This tooltype is the time between two images.

    Default value is: 120


    *   IMAGESPATH:

    This is very important because it is the path where images are stored.
    Initially the default value is RAM:. This means that you must set this
    value and perform a rescan of directory to populate the Database.
    If no images are found on Database the GUI are shown.

    Default value is: RAM:

    *   CALENDAR:

    This tooltype is used to open a calendar on workbench screen. In this
    version only current month is displayed. In the next versions of the
    program i think to add the same features of the Windows program. It is
    possible to use this three values: ON, LARGE or OFF:
    ON displays the standard calendar, LARGE displays a calendar with a
    large font. OFF, simply, turn off the calendar.

	Default value is: OFF

	*	DBPATH
	
	This tooltype allow to specify the DBF path so now it is possible to
	insert the AMIShots executable in WBStartup and start it on WB boot.
	
	Default value is: (Not Active)
 
Configure AMIShots with IBrowse.

Now, it is possible to save and use the photos downloaded from Webshots site.
To do this you must configure a new MIME type on IBrowse using this parameters:

    MIME:       application/x-webshots
    Extension:  wbz
    Action:     external viewer
    Viewer:     PROGDIR:Amishots
    Parameters: FILE=%f

Where PROGDIR: is the directory where AMIShots is located. Whatch out to the
parameter
FILE=%f. This is VERY important!

Remember the program is in a beta state so it could have many bugs.
Please report it at my email address: andrea()aspitalia.com

Thank you.
Andrea Palmatè










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