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Hi, I have my settings to email me a report of the submission with the file uploads. When they are jpegs the images are included in the emailed pdf, but when they are pdfs they are not included in the emailed report. it is just a link to the pdf. is there a way to get the emailed report to include and image of the pdf, or append the pdf to the emailed pdf. i hope that makes sense.
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If I have the google Drive extension in place, will zip files uploaded on my jotform be sent to my google drive? I primarily will have zip files uploaded so getting those to my Drive are my primary concern.
When I upload a file (PDF or doc)through browse button to my website & hit submit button I get email with all the fields on my form,but I cannot open doc file. When I click on it it shows zip file which I save on my hard drive & try to open it, it shows only xml files but no doc file. How can I get orignal file uploaded through form in my email.
In some instances, there may be better alternative plugins to enable specific file types. For example, in our tutorial on how to enable SVGs in WordPress, we recommend the free Safe SVG plugin. This not only enables the SVG filetype in the WordPress media library, it also sanitizes them upon upload.
One way to fix the issue is to edit your wp-config.php file and add the ALLOW_UNFILTERED_UPLOADS code snippet to allow unfiltered uploads. Or, you can also use the free WP Extra File Types plugin to control allowed file types from your WordPress dashboard.
Graphicsfile formats differ in the way they represent image data (as pixelsor vectors), and support different compression techniques and Photoshopfeatures. To preserve all Photoshop features (layers, effects, masks,and so on), save a copy of your image in Photoshop format (PSD).
Manyfile formats use compression to reduce the file size of bitmap images. Lossless techniquescompress the file without removing image detail or color information; lossy techniquesremove detail. The following are commonly used compression techniques:
A family of lossless compression techniquesfor black-and-white images, supported by the PDF and PostScriptlanguage file formats. (CCITT is an abbreviation for the Frenchspelling of International Telegraph and Telekeyed Consultive Committee.)
Photoshop format (PSD) is the default file format and the only format, besides the Large Document Format (PSB), that supports all Photoshop features. Because of the tight integration between Adobe products, other Adobe applications, such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe GoLive, can directly import PSD files and preserve many Photoshop features. For more information, see Help for the specific Adobe applications.
When saving a PSD, you can set a preference to maximize file compatibility. This saves a composite version of a layered image in the file so it can be read by other applications, including previous versions of Photoshop. It also maintains the appearance of the document, just in case future versions of Photoshop change the behavior of some features. Including the composite also makes the image much faster to load and use in applications other than Photoshop, and may sometimes be required to make the image readable in other applications.
(Mac OS) You can use this format toopen an image in Photoshop 2.0 or to export an image to an applicationsupporting only Photoshop 2.0 files. Saving in Photoshop 2.0 formatflattens your image and discards layer information.
DesktopColor Separations (DCS) format is a version of the standard EPSformat that lets you save color separations of CMYK images. Youcan use DCS 2.0 format to export images containing spot channels.To print DCS files, you must use a PostScript printer.
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) language file format can contain both vector and bitmap graphics and is supported by virtually all graphics, illustration, and page-layout programs. EPS format is used to transfer PostScript artwork between applications. When you open an EPS file containing vector graphics, Photoshop rasterizes the image, converting the vector graphics to pixels.
EPS format supports Lab, CMYK, RGB, Indexed Color, Duotone, Grayscale, and Bitmap color modes, and does not support alpha channels. EPS does support clipping paths. Desktop Color Separations (DCS) format, a version of the standard EPS format, lets you save color separations of CMYK images. You use DCS 2.0 format to export images containing spot channels. To print EPS files, you must use a PostScript printer.
Photoshop uses the EPS TIFF and EPS PICT formats to let you open images saved in file formats that create previews but are not supported by Photoshop (such as QuarkXPress). You can edit and use an opened preview image just as any other low-resolution file. An EPS PICT preview is available only in Mac OS.
The Photoshop Raw format is a flexible file format for transferring images between applications and computer platforms. This format supports CMYK, RGB, and grayscale images with alpha channels, and multichannel and Lab images without alpha channels. Documents saved in the Photoshop Raw format can be of any pixel or file size, but they cannot contain layers.
The Header parameter specifies how many bytes of information appear in the file before actual image information begins. This value determines the number of zeroes inserted at the beginning of the file as placeholders. By default, there is no header (header size = 0). You can enter a header when you open the file in Raw format. You can also save the file without a header and then use a file-editing program, such as HEdit (Windows) or Norton Utilities (Mac OS), to replace the zeroes with header information.
You can save the image in an interleaved or non-interleaved format. If you choose interleaved, the color values (red, green, and blue, for example) are stored sequentially. Your choice depends on requirements of the application that will open the file.
The DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) format is commonly used for the transfer and storage of medical images, such as ultrasounds and scans. DICOM files contain both image data and headers, which store information about the patient and the medical image.
Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is the file format commonly used to display indexed-color graphics and images in HTML documents. GIF is an LZW-compressed format designed to minimize file size and electronic transfer time. GIF format preserves transparency in indexed-color images; however, it does not support alpha channels.
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format is commonly used to display photographs and other continuous-tone images in HTML documents. JPEG format supports CMYK, RGB, and Grayscale color modes, and does not support transparency. Unlike GIF format, JPEG retains all color information in an RGB image but compresses file size by selectively discarding data.
OpenEXR (EXR) is a file format used by the visual effects industry for HDR images. The film format has high color fidelity and a dynamic range suitable for use in motion picture production. Developed by Industrial Light and Magic, OpenEXR supports multiple lossless or lossy compression methods. An OpenEXR file supports transparency and works only with 32 bits/channel images; the file format stores the values as 16 bits/channel floating point.
Created when Preserve Photoshop Editing Capabilities is deselected inthe Save Adobe PDF dialog box, or by using another application suchas Adobe Acrobat or Illustrator. Standard PDF files can containmultiple pages and images.
PICTformat is used in Mac OS graphics and page-layout applicationsas an intermediary file format for transferring images between applications.PICT format supports RGB images with a single alpha channel andIndexed Color, Grayscale, and Bitmap mode images without alpha channels.
(Mac OS)A PICT resource is a PICT file but takes a name and resource IDnumber. The PICT Resource format supports RGB images with a singlealpha channel, and Indexed Color, Grayscale, and Bitmap mode imageswithout alpha channels.
ThePortable Bit Map (PBM) file format, also known as Portable BitmapLibrary and Portable Binary Map, supports monochrome bitmaps (1bit per pixel). The format can be used for lossless data transferbecause many applications support this format. You can even editor create such files within a simple text editor.
ScitexContinuous Tone (CT) format is used for high-end image processingon Scitex computers. Contact Creo to obtain utilities for transferringfiles saved in Scitex CT format to a Scitex system. Scitex CT formatsupports CMYK, RGB, and grayscale images and does not support alphachannels.
Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF, TIF) is used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms. TIFF is a flexible bitmap image format supported by virtually all paint, image-editing, and page-layout applications. Also, virtually all desktop scanners can produce TIFF images. TIFF documents have a maximum file size of 4 GB.
TIFF format supports CMYK, RGB, Lab, Indexed Color, and Grayscale images with alpha channels and Bitmap mode images without alpha channels. Photoshop can save layers in a TIFF file; however, if you open the file in another application, only the flattened image is visible. Photoshop can also save notes, transparency, and multiresolution pyramid data in TIFF format.
So what I ended up doing was I got the URL of the movie, and then the data of the movies URL using Data(contentsOf: movieURL) and then I saved the data to the file manager and used the URL of the file manger, instead of the URL of the movie to upload it to firebase. This worked for me. Hopefully that made sense.
Also if you don't want to save the URL in the file manager because movies take a lot of data, after you save it to firebase you can just delete it from file manager using FileManager.default.removeItem(atPath: "path of file") 041b061a72