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    small Canvas project

    Hi all , have a small HTML5 canvas project ..

    imagine a wireframe of a diamond .. see this image

    I want an image like that (I have better ones thats an example) on a canvas that I can draw over preferably with custom brushes, essentially to show where inclusions (flaws) are and their shape etc, this needs to be erasable so the user can make changes if they make a mistake but without affecting the wireframe below.

    thats about it ~ extras would be some type of zooming capability, I also need to be able to save a composite of the wireframe and drawn images though I am sure I can work that bit out myself.

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    happy to pay but need a quote first
    would rather use a regular from this forum
    pls don't give me yr skype details, reply here then can pm for more discussion

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    Hello

    Good day to you!!!

    We can help you in this project. Please skype: cisin.aaron so that we can have a chat about the same. I will give you the quote on skype.

    Thank You

    Aaron Lenon

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    Quote Originally Posted by firepages View Post
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    pls don't give me yr skype details, reply here then can pm for more discussion
    if you cant read the instructions
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    ...I want an image like that (I have better ones thats an example) on a canvas that I can draw over preferably with custom brushes, essentially to show where inclusions (flaws) are and their shape etc, this needs to be erasable so the user can make changes if they make a mistake but without affecting the wireframe below....
    Hi Firepages.
    Am just curious...

    Does that mean just to fill some specific polygonal areas with one/ different, chosen 'background' colors to bring contrast to the flaws?

    Or with a complex feature for the user to make arbitrary plots of the flaws, like this?

    If it's still open
    Hendra
    Last edited by hdewantara; 10-14-2013 at 08:45 AM.

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    Hi hdewantara ,
    yes the user needs to be able to mark out flaws as per the image you linked to, however a freehand draw is sufficient (with ability to erase) , user would need to be able to select different thickness brushes and a limited palette of colours, probably 5 or 6 is all is required.


    & yes the project is still open.
    resistance is...

    MVC is the current buzz in web application architectures. It comes from event-driven desktop application design and doesn't fit into web application design very well. But luckily nobody really knows what MVC means, so we can call our presentation layer separation mechanism MVC and move on. (Rasmus Lerdorf)


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