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WebCopy / phpBB and Jevents and calendars
« Last post by andrewedmondson on March 19, 2018, 09:32:38 AM »
I successfully used WebCopy for another website but am having problems with
WebCopy endlessly scans phpBB3 forum and Jevents calendar.
I could use the rules to exclude these folders but they are quite an important part to copy.
Is there any way around this? Perhaps excluding them then adding them later, stopping them when the current date is reached?
Color Palette Editor / Re: JASC (*.pal) palette - not limited by 256 colors
« Last post by Richard Moss on March 18, 2018, 04:59:17 PM »
Thanks for letting me know it works.

From your description sounds like template output is including the UTF-8 BOM - that's a bug, I don't want to be writing those unless truly required, so I'll get that logged and fixed for a future update.

Richard Moss

Edit: For reference, logged as #266 and should be in the next update to the software
Color Palette Editor / Re: JASC (*.pal) palette - not limited by 256 colors
« Last post by Muzzy on March 18, 2018, 04:11:34 PM »
Thanks a lot! That's what I need. At first, the resulting palette file was opened in an external program that I use without the colors in it. But when I opened it in a Notebook, I realized that the file was in UTF-8 format, and when I saved it in ANSI, everything became as it should.
Color Palette Editor / Re: JASC (*.pal) palette - not limited by 256 colors
« Last post by Richard Moss on March 18, 2018, 02:13:59 PM »

Welcome to the forums and thanks for the question. Currently it isn't possible to disable the maximum colour limit on palettes. However, as JASC palettes are a text format I can provide you with a much easier workaround than manually editing files.

A previous major update to the editor introduced the ability to create templates and you could use this to generate your own JASC file, bypassing the restrictions when using the normal "Save As" functionality.

To do this,

  • From the File menu, choose Templates
  • Click the Add button
  • Enter a name for your template
  • Set the Default Extension to be pal
  • Enter the code below into the Content field.
  • The live preview on the right will automatically render using the currently open template - use this to see if the output is correct
  • Click the OK button to add the template and close the editor
  • Click the OK button to save the changes to templates

This is the code to use to generate a JASC format palette

Code: [Select]
{%- for rgb in rgbcolors -%}
{{rgb.R}} {{rgb.G}} {{rgb.B}}
{%- endfor -%}

*jasc-template-export.png (19.28 kB . 755x496 - viewed 11 times)

Now, to export the currently open palette using the template

  • From the File menu, choose Templates
  • Select your template from the list and click the Run button
  • When prompted, enter the export filename and click Save

The template will be ran against the current palette and save its output to the specified file.

Hope this helps!

Richard Moss
Color Palette Editor / JASC (*.pal) palette - not limited by 256 colors
« Last post by Muzzy on March 18, 2018, 12:48:00 PM »
It's possible to add option to save JASC (*.pal) palette files without limitation of color numbers? Right now I need to save palette in GIMP format and then correct it in Notepad manually, to make the text format match JASC (*.pal). For colors number around 1500 - it's fine, but i need to make a palette with 32768 colors - and this would be a problem.
WebCopy / Re: Any way to 'scan' this?
« Last post by Richard Moss on March 15, 2018, 07:01:25 PM »

Did you delete your original reply to the message?

I've just done some testing and have the following observations

If I have source HTML of <img data-original="/assets/img/background5.png" src="/assets/img/background1.png" alt="Background" style="width:  100%;" />, then the expression //img/@data-original will pull out the background5.png. So far so good.

With the source HTML <input type="text" disabled="disabled" value="/assets/img/background6.png"> the expression //input[@type='text'][@disabled][@value] will pull out background6.png. It will also generate 404's for text and disabled as WebCopy will try and match any attribute in the expression to avoid making it even more complicated for the user. I hadn't noticed earlier as I'd only tested with expressions containing a single attribute. Something to fix, but I was able to pull out the image URL's that normally wouldn't be matched.

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Re: Files being scanned successfully but not being downloaded
« Last post by Richard Moss on March 15, 2018, 06:02:02 PM »

Welcome to the forums and thanks for the question.

Firstly, does anything appear in the Skipped tab? Your screenshot doesn't show any download issues in the small sample on view, but if it doesn't download a file for some reason it should appear in this tab.

Secondly, are you using the current build or the latest nightly? If it's the latest build then would you mind testing the nightly - I found a bug recently to do with relative URL's on redirects and while from your description it doesn't sound like it would be affected, it's worth a try.

If this doesn't work, if you find one of the redirect URL's in your links list and display the properties and send me the contents of the headers this may help to identify any issues.

From your screenshot it's looks like you're authenticating with your site so I assume from your message that you can't download files without being authenticated. If that isn't the case, if you are able to share the URL of one of the redirects (you can email me at and I can test myself. If you aren't able to share the URL then any headers or information you provide that would let me set up a test case would be welcome.

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Files being scanned successfully but not being downloaded
« Last post by xplorer on March 14, 2018, 12:28:24 PM »
I have included a screenshot of the app. I want it to follow the download redirects to the download (on the same server, HTTP server response 302), which it appears to be doing, however its not downloading the PDF files it points to even though the app thinks it has completed the request.

If i do the scan without changing any settings then the scan still fails. It has downloaded some of the PDF's that don't use the download script, so its not the PDF attachment that is the problem, but how its handling the redirect requests to the download script.

This is how the scripts are downloaded via the browser:

Click on download button
Forwards to file
302 redirect to download script
PDF is sent to browser

I've set it to follow all redirects with max depth set to 100, and I've normalized the URI's. Ive also set it to login to the site, which it is doing successfully, and have blocked the logout script from being accessed in any way. Ive also excluded any images, js, css etc. from being downloaded.

What am I doing wrong, or why arn't the PDFs being downloaded from the download script?

ImageBox / Re: Image annotations text on IMageBox
« Last post by abenchaaben on March 13, 2018, 01:12:05 PM »
Thank you,

I end up using the drawString feature and it work  :)
ImageBox / Re: Image annotations text on IMageBox
« Last post by Richard Moss on March 12, 2018, 06:40:23 PM »

Thanks for pointing out the issue with that topic; I recently had to rollback a bunch of stuff to get this forum upgraded to the latest version and it turns out that topic depended on a plugin I hadn't reinstalled. It should display correctly now.

Have you checked this topic? It describes how to use some of the native properties offered by the ImageBox control to render text. However if you want to display multiple labels you'll have to go outside the box a little, you can find a brief overview of options in this GitHub issue.

Hopefully any of the above resources will help, but if not please let me know!

Richard Mos
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