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Hi Horst,

pim2 v0.2.9 running on PW 2.8.62 overwrites the original image instead of making a variation.

I'm using the canvas method

<img src="<? echo $image->pim2Load('pim')->setQuality(90)->setOutputFormat('png')->canvas(240,160)->pimSave()->httpUrl; ?>">

chears,
JFN.

 

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Good day, @horst!

Was messing with an old site of mine. I did not even remember I used pim2 on this one. And getting to use this powerful tool once again was a pleasure. Thank you for your work!

I had to make a overblurred version of an image for a background. So I used smooth(255) about a 10 times in a row. That did the trick, but the code looks kind of ugly. Am I missing some shortcut way to do it in a more beautiful manner?

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Hi @Ivan Gretsky, thanks for the nice words.

To make an image overblurred, there is only the "blur" and the "smooth" functions. But maybe you can experiment with using "pixelate" before "smooth"?

pixelate(2) or pixelate(3) and then smooth(255), (regarding your desription, maybe 2-3 times smooth(255))

Or isn't that what you are asking for?

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@Ivan Gretsky, if you have Imagick installed you could use this function I wrote a while back for easy ImageMagick effects:

It does quite a nice blur. But now that supporting IE is less of an issue you could also try a CSS filter.

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Hi Jonathan, sorry, I completly missed that one. 😳

Will looking into it next week. 🤞

And thanks for showing the issue by video, what makes it very clear to follow!

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@Jonathan Lahijani Hmm, there is no fast fix possible ATM. BUT you may use this code, passing the options array as second param to pim2Load, what works as expected:

$image1->pim2Load('i1')->setOptions(['outputFormat'=>'jpg'])->pimSave(); // FAILES (with outputFormat, all other settings work as expected)
$image2->pim2Load('i2', ['outputFormat'=>'jpg'])->pimSave();  // works!!

Summary: all option settings work in both ways, BUT changing the outputFormat only works correctly when passed as options argument into pim2Load().

(I think it needs a massive rewrite to fix that properly, for that I have no time atm 😞)

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There are serious issues with this module running PW 3.0.123+. Didn't have time to debug properly, but on different sites the pim2load didn't work anymore.

Two different examples that didn't work anymore:
$img->pim2Load('img_name')->width(640)->grayscale()->setQuality(80)->pimSave()->url;
$img->pim2Load('img_name')->setQuality(90)->setOutputFormat('png')->canvas(240,160)->pimSave()->httpUrl;

I ended up disabling the module and using core image manipulations (except for the grayscale... it looks much better in color anyway 😎)

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@JFn I cannot confirm this. I tested with different newer PW versions up to 3.0.131. Everything is working as expected and like with older PW versions.

Only thing from your examples that did not work, is to use the ->setOutputFormat(). How to handle this, please read my post directly above yours.

 

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Just a heads up, I'm getting this warning on PHP 7.3.6 :

Warning: "continue" targeting switch is equivalent to "break". Did you mean to use "continue 2"? in /home/zzzzzz/dev/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/PageImageManipulator/ImageManipulator02.class.php on line 525 

 

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@Macrura thanks for the hint.

Have you tried to change that continue into break at line 525? Does it solve the Warning?

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yes, it solves the warning for sure.

On a separate topic – is there anyway to set the color of watermark text?

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10 hours ago, Macrura said:

On a separate topic – is there anyway to set the color of watermark text?

Sorry, no. The current text watermark method analyzes the images and decides between white, gray and black in a automated way. The reason behind that is, you can apply text to any images without knowing which colors it includes.

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I am using this module (v0.2.9) to generate low quality previews for use with lazysizes js using following code

$imgLow = $img->pim2Load('lowq', true)->setOptions(['quality' => 20])->pixelate(3)->smooth(255)->pimSave();

This is working fine but I quite frequently get a warning:

PHP Warning: rename(/home/m1698/Sites/processwire/site/assets/files/14172/p1010866_geschnitten-1.780x0-pim2-lowq.jpg.tmp,/home/m1698/Sites/processwire/site/assets/files/14172/p1010866_geschnitten-1.780x0-pim2-lowq.jpg): No such file or directory in /home/m1698/Sites/processwire/site/assets/cache/FileCompiler/site/modules/PageImageManipulator/ImageManipulator02.class.php:715

It seems that the warning is thrown by rename() because it is being executed on a non existing file ($dest). Somehow $dest must have been deleted.

But strange enough, the renamed file exists. So the rename operation seems to have been run successfully.

Any idea what might be causing this?
 

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