Re: How do you maintain image maps?

kevinh@eit.COM (Kevin 'Kev' Hughes)
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 1994 20:01:37 --100
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Subject: Re:  How do you maintain image maps?
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> From: (David Koblas)
> I recently got around to reading the NCSA "document" on how to setup
> clickable image maps.  Now the big question is how many people use
> this method (XPaint & XV) for creation maintinace of your image maps, or
> what do you use?
> What features in a tool would you like to see to make this task easier?

	I used to use XV to get the coordinates, but now I'm finding
that HyperMapEdit, a Macintosh HyperCard stack, is much easier, since
it automatically generates the imagemap config file for you!
	I don't have the URL, but email
for details.
	I would certainly like to see an X program that allows you to
create the shapes over an image, showing a transparent overlay of each
shape to easily show any overlapping areas. I'd like it to be able to
reload the shapes from a config file and have the points editable, too!

	-- Kevin

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