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    Hey all,

    I've very little knowledge about flash and have bought an avatar creator for a website I am devoloping, however, I need it to automatically save the image the user creates into a local folder and update a mySQL field with the path of the image.

    If there any way of doing this? If anybody could point me in the direction of a helpful thread it would be very appreciated, also if somebody is confident they could do this I would be willing to pay around $150.00 for the script so long as the person explains how they have done it.
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  • #2
    Flash or Java?
    Anyhow with Java you can't really use the local hard drive without requiring special privilege for the applet and in this case it must be a signed apple.

    For flash, you have some space allowed as local storage... which is not big by default, but I doubt you can save there an image and in case you cannot get the path and transmit it to the server as it would be a security breach.

    So no I think you are willing to do something which is not possible with the 2 tech you choose.

    Silverlight would not do it either BTW...
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    • #3
      Sorry was java!

      Hmm damn! Is there any other possible way of doing it?

      I know many other sites have avatars that automatically save to the users profile, could you recommend a lnaguage or way of doing this and i'll start reading up/looking for a programmer?

      Thankyou for the reply!
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      • #4
        looks like you are explaining it wrong I think .... mixing up local, with local storage and not server space

        Anyway a avatar thingy that could be usefull is gravatar for instance which would update a user avatar over 100s of websites, yet forced to use gravatar

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