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Digital Support Services (DSS)
Smathers Libraries
University of Florida
P.O Box 117003
Gainesville, FL 32611 USA

P: 352.273.2900
F: 352.392.6597
UFDC@uflib.ufl.edu

Celebrating 100 years of IFAS and the Smith-Lever Act

Visit the Florida Agriculture and Rural Life Collection for more.

The Haiti Sun

A collaborative project with the Duke University Archives, the DSS is scanning a run of the of the Haiti Sun from 1950-1962.

Ramón Figueroa Mexican & Cuban Film Poster Collection


Collection: Digital Library of the Caribbean

Drew Field Echoes

Description: Newspaper published at the Drew Field Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

Collection: Florida Digital Newspaper Library

Antique Maps, Historic Sanborn Maps, and Aerial Photography



Collection: Map & Imagery Library Digital Collections

Archie Carr and Sea Turtles

Description: Archie Carr attaching weather balloons to sea turtles.

Collection: University Archives Photograph Collection

Alfred Browning Parker

Description: Alfred Browning Parker, architectural drawings, from the University of Florida Architecture Archives

Collection: University of Florida Libraries Architecture Archives Collection

Digital Library Center Documentation : Image Higlighting

DRAFT PAGE FOR NOTES TOWARDS IMAGE HIGHLIGHTING

Options

  • Possible types are FillRectangle, DrawRectangle, FillEllipse and DrawEllipse. Whenever fill is used, opacity is applied.
  • Possible colors are blue, red, yellow, black, and white.
  • URL query string parameters are as follows:
    • file = filename for the primary file ( either JP2 on Aware server or JPEG with full URL )
      alt = alternate filename if the primary file fails.
      w = viewport width ( for JPEG2000 )
      h = viewport height ( for JPEG2000 )
      r = rotation ( for JPEG2000 )
      z = zoom ( for JPEG2000 ). Hightest number is furthest out.
      x = x-location of viewport ( if zoom is not all the way out )
      y = y-location of viewport ( if zoom is not all the way out )
      ax = x-location of added feature
      ay = y-location of added feature
      at = type of added feature
      aw = width of added feature
      ah = height of added feature
      ac = color of added feature

Notes

The imgserver will have to programmed to read the ALTO file for a page image ( with alto=xxx ) and perhaps the PRO file as well ( with pro=xxx ). And then to include the user's search as well.

Last modified: Saturday July 24 2010 lnt