MWSnap, along with some other public domain software, may be used to send helicorder images to a web server. Here are the steps necessary to
- Create the directory c:\amasend
- Down load the following files into this directory:
Shortcut to Sendloop.com.pif
- Run MWSnap.exe (double click on it) and set it up as follows:
Tools/Hotkeys (Ctrl F1 is the only active hotkey):
Tools/Settings/Auto-saving (change test.gif to the "code for your station".gif):
Tools/Settings/General (do not confirm files overwriting):
Tools/Settings/Snapping (Do not restore MWSnap after snapping):
Apply and exit MWSnap. These setting will be saved.
- Right click on Shortcut to Sendloop.com and select Properties.
In the Cmd line: change "test" to the code for your station.
(Just the code, not code.gif).
Click on OK to save this change.
- Now, to start the program working, follow these steps:
--Double click on MWSnap.exe. Once it's running, minimize it.
--Double click on Shortcut to Sendloop.com
(A DOS window will open and if everything goes OK will look
- Mimimize the DOS window and start AmaSeis (if it's not running already)
and make sure the AmaSeis window is visible on the screen.
- Check that your images are getting sent by looking at the file:
http://jclahr.com/science/psn/as1/heli/test.gif (change test to the code
for your station).
- Once it's working, let John Lahr know so that the image can be added to
the AS1 image page.
- Note: to kill the DOS programs, click on the X at the upper right.
Then click End Now in the Windows popup window, and click on the X again and
the program will stop running.
- Let me know if you run into any problems!