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SummaryThis module provide basic Imagemanipulations for PageImages or Imagefiles
! FOR PW > 2.5.11+ and PW 3+, ONLY USE PageImageManipulator 2 !
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You can enter the ImageManipulator by calling the method [color=#add8e6][b]pimLoad()[/b][/color]. After that you can chain together how many actions in what ever order you like. If your manipulation is finished, you call [b][color=#add8e6]pimSave()[/color][/b] to write the memory Image into a diskfile. [color=#add8e6][b]pimSave()[/b][/color] returns the PageImage-Object of the new written file so we are able to further use any known PW-image property or method. This way it integrates best into the ProcessWire flow.
The three examples above put out the same visual result: a grayscale image with a width of 240px. Only the filenames will slightly differ.
You have to define a [color=#008000]name-prefix[/color] that you pass with the pimLoad() method. If the file with that prefix already exists, all operations are skipped and only the desired PageImage-Object gets returned by pimSave(). If you want to force recreation of the file, you can pass as second param a boolean true: [color=#add8e6][b]pimLoad([/b][/color][color=#008000]'myPrefix'[/color], [b][color=#ffa500]true[/color][color=#add8e6])[/color][/b].
You may also want to get rid of all variations at once? Than you can call [b][color=#808080]$pageimage->[/color][color=#add8e6]pimLoad([/color][/b][color=#008000]'myPrefix'[/color][b][color=#add8e6])[/color][color=#808080]->[/color][color=#ff8c00]removePimVariations()[/color][/b]!
A complete list of all methods and actions are [url=http://processwire.com/talk/topic/4264-release-page-image-manipulator/]available here[/url].
You may also visit the post with [url=http://processwire.com/talk/topic/4264-release-page-image-manipulator/#entry41748]tips & examples[/url].
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