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I'm using this code to make a simple speech bubble generator, and so far its working fine. However, if you choose 'save image' in firefox, it will save the blank image without the added text. It saves properly in ie, so i dont know exactly whats wrong.

[code]if (isset($_GET['mode'])){
if ($_GET['mode'] == "img") {
header ("Content-type: image/jpeg");
header('Content-transfer-encoding: binary');
putenv('GDFONTPATH=' . realpath('.'));
$image = $_POST['image'];
if ($image == "shout") {
$img_handle = @ImageCreateFromJPEG ("domotalk.jpg");
}
else{
$img_handle = @ImageCreateFromJPEG ("domonews.jpg");
}
$txt_color = ImageColorAllocate ($img_handle, 0, 0, 0);
$text = $_POST['usertxt'];
if ($image == "shout") {
$newtext = wordwrap($text, 17, "\n", 1);
}
else {
$newtext = wordwrap($text, 20, "\n", 1);
}
$font = 'arial';
if ($image == "shout") {
ImageTTFText ($img_handle, 14, 0, 207, 62, $txt_color, $font,"$newtext");
}
else {
ImageTTFText ($img_handle, 14, 0, 280, 75, $txt_color, $font,"$newtext");
}
ImageJPEG ($img_handle,'',95);
}
} [/code]

I'm assuming that it's got something to do with the headers.
Any ideas?

EDIT:
It seems it doesn;t work with IE anymore. hmm

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[code]<?
if (isset($_GET['mode'])){
if ($_GET['mode'] == "img") {
header ("Content-type: image/jpeg");
header('Content-transfer-encoding: binary');
putenv('GDFONTPATH=' . realpath('.'));
$image = $_POST['image'];
$text = $_POST['usertxt'];
$txt_color = ImageColorAllocate($img_handle, 0, 0, 0);
$font = 'arial';
$img_handle = @ImageCreateFromJPEG((($image == "shout")? "domotalk":"domonews").".jpg");
if ($image == "shout") {
$newtext = wordwrap($text, 17, "\n", 1);
ImageTTFText($img_handle, 14, 0, 207, 62, $txt_color, $font, $newtext);
}
else{
$newtext = wordwrap($text, 20, "\n", 1);
ImageTTFText($img_handle, 14, 0, 280, 75, $txt_color, $font, $newtext);
}
ImageJPEG ($img_handle,NULL,95);
}
}
?>[/code]

only problem I can see is $font is being set to 'arial' and 'arial' is not a font file.. the font parameter for imagettftext is a FONT FILENAME

yes I know this post is over 2 yrs old.. whatever.. I'm bored

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