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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by texastoy4her, Feb 6, 2007.

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  1. texastoy4her

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    Hey all. Got a dilemma. I just recently downloaded a program called Anfy that allows me to add effects to images ie: rain, ripple effect. snow or whatever. I think this use java applets to create the images on web pages. I open the program, click the effects I want then select the "background" image I want. At the end the program gives me a HTML code that I thought I could copy and paste into a HTML box in order to put the picture on a web page. It's not working for me. All i get is a white space where the image is suppose to be.

    Can any1 help with this? Would greatly appreciate it. Thanks
     
  2. lister

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    Do you have Java installed?
     
  3. texastoy4her

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    yes java is installed.
     
  4. lister

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    Are you looking at the html locally, if not have you uploaded the image as well?
     
  5. texastoy4her

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    hmm I am not sure what you are asking about "looking at the html localy".

    Let me try to explain a little more. I host online tournys for a site called myleague. When I go in to administer a tourny I have an option for a customized HTML code. I have attempted to put the html code that Anfy gives me in this box so that the picture will show up on the tourny page. But, all that shows is a white background.

    I also thought that maybe it had something to do with the picture not being online so I uploaded the picture to photobucket and copied the url and inserted into the code that I got from Anfy. Still don't work.

    I have gotten to reading a little more on the program and it says something about uploading the .class files?

    I am starting to think maybe this is a little to techinical for me and I should just leave it alone :D
     
  6. Knotbored

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    It looks like ANFY comes in 4 versions:
    stand-alone with a logo stamped on effect (free)
    stand-alone with logo removed ($20 option)
    on-line to sample effects (free)
    on-line with workspace ($30)

    You might have a version that doesn't allow saving the images


    I found the ANFY site a little confusing, but got a better explanation on this site: http://cws.internet.com/article/2601-3837.htm
     
  7. texastoy4her

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    the standalone version (free) is the 1 I have. I checked the site you gave but it still didn't really explain how to use it. Am I missing something on the site?
     
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