1) Upload a picture file or paste a drawing on the right window of your screen and click “Apply to Text”. The picture is turned into a selection of big, clear, and simple ASCII text, on the screen that you can use to edit, format, or copy text anywhere on your email client.
2) Press the “Shift” key to see a complete list of Figlet fonts available.
3) Draw a line, circle, or rectangle and make more selections by pressing the “Control” key and clicking on a part of the image.
4) Choose one of the available fonts in the Figlet list and the font is automatically applied to the picture.
5) Create floating text by dragging the font window to the screen edge and then pressing “Control” and clicking outside the font window to the image.
6) Click on the image to use as a background image and use a different font to format the text.
7) With the “Shift” key down, select the font you want, press “Control” to change the selected font.
8) Press “Shift” and then click anywhere on the image to rotate the selected text to the right or left.
9) Select a font from the list or enter a font name to replace the current font.
10) Copy a selection of text to the clipboard and paste the text wherever you want it.
11) Draw your selection with a pencil tool, or use the circle/line tools to make freehand selections on the picture.
12) Click and drag with the mouse to scale the drawing up or down and use the “Control” key to constrain the scaling to a certain direction.
13) Copy and paste entire drawings with the mouse.
14) When you select a picture in a document, “Email Effects” will display a menu with many options to customize the picture.
15) With the “Control” key down, select a tool from the menu to format the selected text.
16) Drag the “Image” window around the screen to move the image to a new location on your screen.
17) Position the image on your screen and drag the “Image” window to resize it.
18) Click anywhere on the image to reset the image.
19) You can choose to specify a default font, use your current one or keep the system font.
20) You can specify a number of lines, a number of characters per line or an overall height for the text, and an
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￭ Subroutine which takes the name of a file as input and creates a compatible email effect for this picture or drawing.
￭ First parameter: NAME of the picture or drawing (can be any file type, e.g..bmp or.eps).
￭ Second parameter: Name of the effect (e.g. “ASCII Hello”)
￭ Third parameter: Creation of the effect name (e.g. “ASCII Hello”)
￭ Fourth parameter: Optional creation of the effect name (e.g. “ASCII Hello”)
￭ Fifth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Sixth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Seventh parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Eighth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Ninth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Optional Tenth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Optional Eleventh parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ Optional Twelfth parameter: Deprecated. Use with caution, since it will remove the default file.
￭ The optional number of following parameters which can be used to pass parameters to the macro. Parameters must be separated by commas, e.g. “artist,name,address”.
￭ Each parameter has an optional ID in which the client software can identify the parameter. The ID is followed by a dot, e.g. “Artist.Name.Address”.
￭ THIRD LAYOUT: To include a new letter for the fourth character position (e.g. “ABC”), one must enter in the macro “Third Layout:E”, which will assign to the position E the letter “A” for the next and fourth character.
￭ Parameters can also be specified with an ID, e.g. “Artist.Name.Address.E”.
￭ All parameters are optional, except the macro creator’s file.
￭ The macro can be used directly in any plain text email or with any plain text word processing program that supports MAPI
￭ Email Effects is designed to work with the standard ASCII fonts provided by Figlet.
￭ Email Effects can draw or erase lines, circles, rectangles, lines or freehand or an area of text.
￭ Email Effects can convert drawings or pictures into the proper Figlet ASCII Art format.
￭ In addition to simple ASCII art, Email Effects also generates longer text using freeform text mode.
￭ Most people prefer to draw on paper, but this application supports the import and export of your work to other applications (Eudora, Mailsmith, Entourage, Outlook Express, PowerMail, QuickMail and Windows Mail).
￭ Email Effects is extensively documented, with context-sensitive help, so you can learn how to use the application without consulting the documentation.
￭ Email Effects supports sending directly to a variety of email clients (Eudora, Entourage, PowerMail, QuickMail and Outlook Express).
￭ Email Effects has a plain text mode, so you can use it to make messages or send emails from any text-based software (Eudora, Entourage, PowerMail, QuickMail and Outlook Express).
￭ Email Effects supports a variety of recipient types, including regular emails, nicknames and userids.
￭ Email Effects supports multi-recipient emails.
￭ You can add any number of attachments to an email and export them separately.
￭ You can draw lines on a document and create multiple draft messages.
￭ Email Effects can be freely registered and has a price of $25,00 USD.
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I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s really great, you need to make an ASCII version of this. This needs to be
What’s New In Email Effects?
Email Effects is a set of tools that let you create ASCII pictures by drawing lines, freehand, by using a font, or by converting any picture or drawing you see in your email program. You can use any standard text editor, for example Word, Notepad or Notepad++, to draw your pictures.
Tips and tricks:
The “big text” menu (combo to change to this menu item) lets you create big text, where a selection in any of the other menus becomes a single character of text. For example you can choose Text: “, 5” to create a five-character text. You can also use the “plus or minus” sign (+/-) to create rotated or flipped text.
This project is available as a sub-folder in a collection that’s designed to be compatible with the Macromedia Flex SDK and Apache Flex Developer Studio.
This project is licensed under the LGPL, which is a free software license for software that can be licensed under the GPL, and that allows the free modification and redistribution of LGPL software.
You can also discuss and ask for help on the Email Effects mailing list or at the Email Effects Google Group.
Mac OS X:
This is a framework that makes it easy to make your application look native on OS X. It’s a thin layer on top of the Cocoa application framework that hides most of the differences between the system libraries on OS X and Windows.
For more information on the quickmail framework and how to integrate it into your own application, check out the QuickMail documentation.
Rails – Using a User’s Mail Address as the Email for a “New Record” / :create action
Is there a way to have the :create action of a model associate the new record to a user?
Using a user’s mail address would be a convenient way to avoid a conflict for having the same email address as another user, but my model is a “Person”, which is not tied to a specific user.
Sure, in your model add:
:primary_email => :email
That should set the email field for each new person created.
This is standard Rails functionality. The “default” :primary_email is :email and you can override that.
You could define a before_validation method that sets the email address for you. Something like:
self.email = user_mail
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