[greenstone-users] Cover Images

From Diego Spano
DateFri Jul 9 01:45:56 2010
Subject [greenstone-users] Cover Images
In-Reply-To (C85A554E-1150%jclark-maf-org)
Jay,

To have cover images you have to put a ?jpg? file next to the document file
and with the same name. Suppose you have book.pdf in import folder. If you
place there a file named book.jpg (same filename, different extension) then
GS will assume that that jpg is the cover image for book.pdf file. That?s
all!

If you want to modify the format statements to show the cover image, you
have to place [DocImage] wherever you want the image to be showed.

Regards

Diego Spano

De: greenstone-users-bounces@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
[mailto:greenstone-users-bounces@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz] En nombre de Jay
Clark
Enviado el: Mi?rcoles, 07 de Julio de 2010 07:01 p.m.
Para: greenstone-users@list.scms.waikato.ac.nz
Asunto: [greenstone-users] Cover Images

Hello,
I have been working with Greenstone for a few months now on my Macbook and
have had difficulty figuring out how to create cover images for files (pdf,
doc, etc...) in my library. From what I gather in the documentation ? with
what little mention there is of cover images ? it seems that Greenstone
should be creating these cover images automatically (by default) and placing
them in the collection?s archive folder. Unfortunately, I?m not seeing cover
images being generated and I can?t figure out why. If you know what the root
or source of this difficulty is, I would really appreciate some assistance
to get it working on my machine.


Thank you,
Jay Clark

MAF Learning Technologies
www.maf.org
www.maflt.org
208-498-0709

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