Tk::Thumbnail - Create a grid of shrunken images.
$thumb = $parent->Thumbnail(-option => value, ... );
Create a table of thumbnail images, having a default size of 32 x 32 pixels. Once we have a Photo of an image, shrink it by copying a subsample of the original to a blank Photo. Images smaller than the thumbnail dimensions are enlarged by zooiming.
Clicking on an image displays it full-size in a separate window with a "Get Info" button. The info window shows the image's width, height, path name, size and frame count.
For multi-frame GIFs the image is shown in a Tk:: MultiMediaControls window. This is a QuickTime-like controller widget, allowing you to play, pause, rewind, stop, fast-forward and fast-reverse the animation. The Space bar toggles play/pause. Left and right arrow keys step the animation frame by frame, either forward or reverse.
A list of file names and/or Photo widgets. Thumbnail creates temporarty Photo images from all the files, and destroys them when the Thumbnail is destroyed or when a new list of images is specified in a subsequent configure call. Already existing Photos are left untouched.
A boolean, set to TRUE if you want file names displayed under the thumbnail images.
The default font is fixed.
Pixel width of the thumbnails. Default is 32. The special value -1 means don't shrink images in the X direction.
Pixel height of the thumbnails. Default is 32. The special value -1 means don't shrink images in the Y direction.
A callback that's executed on a <Button-1> event over a thumbnail image. It's passed six arguments: the Label widget reference containing the thumbnail Photo image, the file name of the Photo, a boolean indicating whether or not the the Photo is valid, the Photo's pixel width and height, and a boolean indicating whether the image is a single frame (Tk::Photo) or has multiple frames (Tk::Animation).
A default callback is provided that simply displays the original image in a new Toplevel widget, along with a Get Info Button that opens another Toplevel containing information about the image. If the image has multiple frames, then QuickTime-like controller buttons are also presented to view the animation, and the left and right arrow keys single-step the animation frame-by-frame. The space bar toggles the play/pause button.
Number of Photos per row. The column count is computed if not specified.
For animated GIFs, a boolean specifying whether to blank the animation photo between movie frames. Default is 1.
Destroys all Frames and Labels, and deletes all the temporary Photo images, in preparation for re-populating the Thumbnail with new data.
$thumb = $mw->Thumbnail( -images => [ <images/*.ppm> ], -ilabels => 1 );
Copyright (C) 2001 - 2005, Steve Lidie. All rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
v 1.3 2005/05/15
Added -blank option to make some Tk::Animations look better. Added -columns option by email@example.com.
thumbnail, image, QuickTime, Apple, photo, animation