you could do exactly what you want if you use Php connected to the
Otherwise using an active X for the end user is maybe not the right way
to achieve what you need.
Another way is to use the "scripting" system in Photoshop to create
2 differents size and save them in 2 separates folder.
You grab the filenames only and there you go.
The rest is in regular html if you want.
Freeserve wrote:> I have a customer who has created a nice Filemaker PRO 6 database and
> published it to the web.
> They design and produce artwork for their customers
> The database allows their customers to view a graphic (at the moment a JPG)
> which is an image of some design work they are doing for them.
> As this is supposed to be an online system the size of these graphic files
> is crucial to the success of the application, and at the moment they are
> either too big to be practical, or too small to be of any use !
> What I really want to find for them is an activeX component that can beused
> by a browser to deal with the graphic file a bit better. Ideally it would
> give a "thumbnail" of the image when first viewed, without dragging the
> whole image down. It would then allow you to zoom into the image,
> downloading parts of the image on demand. The thumbnail could be a separate
> file although I'd prefer not.
> So my questions are:-
> 1) Can you bolt in activeX components to Filemaker PRO 6 web applications.
> 2) Does anyone know of such a component, or anything similar which may point
> in the right direction.
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