xnshell/xnview with imageshack argument / .ini

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herr_k.
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xnshell/xnview with imageshack argument / .ini

Post by herr_k. » Thu Dec 25, 2008 11:21 pm

hi all,
i have a genius idea :wink: .

i am using opera with this menu-entry

Image

you can add this with editing the profile/menu/standard_menu(1).ini like this:
open it in notepad and go to [Image Popup Menu] section.
there you can enter this line:
Item, Open image in Xnview = Copy image & Execute program, "E:\XnView\xnview.exe", "-clipaste"
(of course you have to change the location to your xnview.exe location).

now the idea, if you could start xnshell/xnview with an argument like this
-clipupload
or similar, then you could directly upload a picture from the rightclick menu of opera (or other browsers?) to imageshack.

you ask what sense this makes?
first, you dont use the bandwidth of the original website,
second, which would be also nice as an option,
you could have an imageshack.ini in the plugins folder where you could save your logindata and then upload all the images directly to your own imageshack account.
with an .ini it would also be easy to set some configuration for the ishack plugin, like which page to open after uploading an image via xnview,
for example:
link=
1 open picture directly
2 open picture directly + copy imagelink to clipboard
3 open linklist + copy html imagelink to clipboard
.. and so on.

what do you think?

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Post by herr_k. » Sat Feb 14, 2009 8:46 pm

hm, unnecessary idea?

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Re: xnshell/xnview with imageshack argument / .ini

Post by herr_k. » Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:35 pm

bump

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