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Avatar Changer

Avatar Changer

About

You can learn more about Avatar Changer in the documentation. It is also included in your download.

Avatar Changer is a great tool for not only managing avatars, but other images as well. It offers multiple methods of uploading the image including browsing the computer, fetching an image from the web, generating a random image and taking a snapshot with a webcam if available.

As some of these features are only supported by newer browsers, older navigators degrade gracefully by notifying the user that a certain feature is not supported by their browser.

Once the image is uploaded, the user has the opportunity to edit it to match their needs by resizing and cropping the image fittingly.

The webmaster can specify for each editable image which methods to upload are available and which image formats are allowed.

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Features

Integration

Easy to integrate with a registration system
Optional edit button on the editable image

Uploading methods

Browsing the computer
Fetching an image from the web
Generating a random image
Taking a snapshot with a webcam
Restoring the default image

Editing the uploaded image

Resizing the image
Cropping a section of the image

Updates

Version 1.1.2 (October 9, 2013)

Implemented the json_encode function for older PHP versions
Avatar Changer now supports jQuery 1.9.0 and above

Version 1.1.1 (August 23, 2013)

Image extension can now be left unmodified while saving

Version 1.1 (July 13, 2013)

Images smaller than 2x the canvas are repeated instead of being stretched

Version 1.0.3 (June 8, 2013)

Added a "done" event in JavaScript that is called when a user is done editing an image

Version 1.0.2 (May 5, 2013)

Fixed an issue where the webcam wasn't turned off in some cases

Version 1.0.1 (May 4, 2013)

Added information about the documentation to the demo page
Fixed browsing the computer on Mozilla Firefox
Pressing esc now re-enters the selection screen if the user was editing an image
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