[mapguide-users] Re: Opening an image in an image editor

Martin Morrison martin.morrison at edsi.com
Wed Apr 28 14:24:39 EDT 2010


You will need explorer setup to open a tiff file correctly.

Martin Morrison
Application Engineer
Engineering Design Systems, Inc.
3780 Peters Creek Rd Ext SW
Roanoke, VA  24018

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Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 2:18 PM
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Subject: [mapguide-users] Re: Opening an image in an image editor

  The problem I'm running into is the fact that I have to maintain a specific
file path.  The City had the shp file that indexed all of the scanned aerial
images, and each point has a path to a specific folder where the scanned
image is located.  When you click on a point, it will pull that image up in
the windows picture viewer, therefore you wouldn't have to search through a
couple hundred tiff files to find the image you need.

  So, when I do ctrl-click on one of the points, it tries opening it up in a
new window, but since it references an I:/ drive, it can't open it.  So I'm
trying to find a solution that allows me to access these scanned aerials
from an external hard drive, mapped as an I:/ drive, for viewing since the
browser does not understand I:/.

I hope I didn't confuse everyone too much...
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