@thesmartone what is that program used to make the full pictures? Do you guys use autodraw or what? lol im lost

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@thesmartone what is that program used to make the full pictures? Do you guys use autodraw or what? lol im lost

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'Tis actually a console script. Just open the 'Draw' window, right-click outside the drawing space but on the Draw window, click the 'Console' tab on the popup window and paste this: $.getScript('http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/555abc50e4b0a00c802fe4dd-rational-1432123567213-draw.js') then press Enter.
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aww.. you should've ask for a cookie in return before revealing it xDD
LOL
dont see the console option
tbh, i have no idea what you said, but bravo lol
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Ctrl+shift+J then enter that thingy
or press "f12"
It's magic.
I always did it the hard way. xD
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i am lost........
I made a video of how to do it. Let me find it x'D
|dw:1434423686344:dw| No, it's called AESTHETICS
Here you go: https://youtu.be/Y3lo-Zhq3s0
@Compassionate come learn this sorcery
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http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/555abc50e4b0a00c802fe4dd-rational-1432123567213-draw.js It's a lot of coding x'D
or for me actually x'D
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LOL Nnesha
So do you have to copy the picture then press the image thing
Actually you press the Image button first and then paste the link to a picture in a little popup window that will appear.
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o_o
Which one do you enter
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did it work? o.o
@TheSmartOne I dunno. It comes up as a blank white thingy to me. Must not have enough vaporwave. e.e
Might take a while to load, happens when you post gifs too :/
That's odd. My gifs load perfectly. :l
What is the full source code you enter?
Incoming gibberish.
function checkForDialog(){var t=$("#drawing-dialog");t.length>0&&0===$("#drawing-dialog .toolbar #image_button").length&&modifyDrawingDialog(t)}function insert_image(){var t=prompt("Please enter the url of image","http://theinspirationgrid.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/motion-david-szakaly-01.gif");if(t){var e=$("#drawing-dialog .canvas").data().whiteboard.canvas;e.image(t,0,0,500,300),image_object.src=t,drawing_id=$("#drawing-dialog .canvas").data().whiteboard.id}}function parseDrawingData(){return JSON.parse("{"+$("#drawing-data").val()+"}")}function deriveDrawingData(t){var e=[];for(x in t)e.push(),e.push('"'+x+'": '+JSON.stringify(t[x]));return e.join(",")}function modifyDrawingData(){var t=parseDrawingData();"undefined"!=typeof t[drawing_id]&&(t[drawing_id].shapes.push(image_object),$("#drawing-data").val(deriveDrawingData(t)))}function modifyDrawingDialog(t){$("
LaTeX interfered. o-o
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Uh, TSO, what are you entering in the video
$.getScript(' http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/555abc50e4b0a00c802fe4dd-rational-1432123567213-draw.js') Make sure to remove all the extra spaces that come since OpenStudy's glitch with links
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Even I'm lost... geez all that code for that one image to show up .
Here is the way ganeshie taught me how to get it, very easily: http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/556e7c0ae4b02626b393b4ef-rational-1433951006795-draw_image_direct_public.crx save this as a file, and then drag it to your extensions place which can be found by the following: menu tab -> more tool -> extensions, hope that helps! :)
make sure it's saved as a .crx file
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|dw:1434435818560:dw| LIke this?
:)))
|dw:1434439939274:dw| YAY IT WORKED!
Can someone make a VDO on this? Dummies guide to ... whatever this is called
rofl mira :3
\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Miracrown Can someone make a VDO on this? Dummies guide to ... whatever this is called \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) \(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @TheSmartOne I made a video of how to do it. Let me find it x'D \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) \(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @TheSmartOne Here you go: https://youtu.be/Y3lo-Zhq3s0 \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
Thank you neeshh!
-_- it's nnesha ?? :P
Medals for everyone :))

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