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Grabbing X windows can be quite complex because the windows are stored in a tree structure and to ensure you are getting a proper image you must composite the entire tree structure onto an image canvas. However, if you are sure your image can be obtained directly from the screen, you can short cut t...
You can read an image from a X window with X coder. From the command line:
- convert x:mywindow window.png
We know little about MagickWand for PHP. Mr. Watson, the author, has a new release nearly ready but has been distracted by life/work. We'll send him a ping and see if we can get him back online.
- Forum: MagickStudio
- Topic: Network11 Gonna Open Again?
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Net11 failed to response to our support requests so we formally dropped Net11 as an ImageMagick sponsor. However, they did not even respond to our request to drop the service so the machine appears to be a zombie right now. So you can safely remove the Net11 link.
- Forum: PerlMagick
- Topic: Setting PerlMagic resource limits...
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ImageMagick reports resources with three numbers. The first is the current resource request, the second is the total resources consumed at the moment, and the last is the resource limit. In the case of the pixel cache, when the memory limit is reached, the next image is automatically cached to memor...
You can convert a web page to JPEG, for example, with this command: convert http://www.google.com/index.html google.jpg This process requires the html2ps script. A better solution might be to have a script fire up Firefox and issue a print command to Postscript then convert the Postscript to a JPEG ...