Padraig Brady wrote:
> John Allman wrote:
>>> Hi - this isn't directly linux based (although i'd like the tool to
>> run under linux) but here's hoping. I've seen a lot of tools out there
>> with graphical interfaces for making client side html imagemaps. What
>> i'm looking for is something similar but instead of making an
>> imagemap, breaks up the image into smaller images and puts them back
>> together in a html table. I've googled and searched on freshmeat but i
>> keep finding places where they recommend tables instead of imagemaps
>> or tools to make imagemaps but never what i'm looking for. I'm
>> thinking it should be possible using ImageMagick but so far no luck.
>>>> Anyone have any ideas/suggestions? At the moment the person doing this
>> is painstakingly splitting the images up in photoshop and writing the
>> table by hand. It hurts me inside to watch him when i'm sure this
>> could be automated.
Oops, don't mind me, the last paragraph of the above, references
tools to convert a picture to html (table) completely (which
is what I thought you meant).
All I can suggest since I am talking is looking for
a gimp plugin. There's one in the standard distribution
for creating image maps so there may be others for
what you want.
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