Nice work, GLWS!
This is awesome. There is something wrong with the alignment of the canvas in chrome. Is there any support for this to report an issue?
Looks fine for me in chrome, what is the problem?
Thanks for letting me know. It seems like chrome doesn’t add margins to element’s position. To fix this open “helper.js” and on line #158 change: left: $(’#canvas-holder’).position().left to left: $(’#canvas-holder’).position().left + left: $(’#canvas-holder’).css(‘margin-left)
This works: #158:
left: $(’#canvas-holder’).position().left + $(’#canvas-holder’).css(‘margin-left’),
How do I run this using <canvas> instead of < d i v id="canvas-holder" style="border:1px solid #000000;" >< /div>
< d i v id="canvas-holder" style="border:1px solid #000000;" >< /div>
Is it possible to draw ontop of an image and save the resultant ‘annotated image’ ?
Also, is text an option on this or just drawing ?
Can anyone show me online example for this script???? Please reply me ASAP.
Can you make logotype builder like this https://goo.gl/ArQrKm? It will be very popularity script and I will purchase license for it.
good work. very nice
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