Insert images from gallery and other sources.
Image import is available on the latest version of Papyrus (0.5.1) on Google Play and soon on Samsung Apps!
Please add option to catch screen smart select. It is so hard to import an image to squid!
I use the screen with multiwindow, watch a pptx or pdf on one hand and write in squid.
Cannot pass slides to squid, drag and drop does not work!
Tried using smart select by clicking spen and tracing the image I want, but the options to share do not contain squid, this should be a matter of listing squid to listen to this event!
I am for two weeks trig to find a way and this is so hard!
need to save to sd card, then import,
This is so slow...... I use this in classroom and this is just not good enough.
can't you tweek this abit?
Tried also adding from oneDrive, but permission denied, cannot access google drive, only dropbox, and this needs internet connection that is not always available.
I don't use import for whole pdf because each page takes the whole screen and not place left to write! so i have to add each image as the class flows, but this is so slow not practical!
if pdf import placed the image on a squid note page, that is infinite, then it would have been the best, there would have been space to write on.
Add Photographs to notes
I want to capture a portion of a webpage using note 3 (.scc file). I import the scrapbook, then I take notes.
Timothy Hui commented
The ability to move and edit size of pictures once they have been inserted would be something extremely helpful.
I'd like to see this. I'm using a Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 and take screenshots, which I immediatly would like to share into my current Papyrus document.
Right now I need to save it to the device and select it from the image menu -> Gallery. I'd like the ability to paste images from the clipboard or being able to simply have the Papyrus App under the "Share"-option of Android.
"unable to add image" samsung s4...why? it worked before..
jeroen voogd commented
On my desktop I exported the image to pdf (using Gimp) and on my mobile device imported the pdf in papyrus. It works, but full image resolution in papyrus would have been better.
How can I import an image from Dropbox into Papyrus. Can anyone help please.
Aurir Jr commented
Agreed with tomxsharp.
I am using visio diagrams exported as .png to brainstorm some ideas on papyrus, but the image import tool is really disappointing without full-resolution.
I guess its not that hard to improve.
I have to echo the previous comments, this feature isn't really complete without full-resolution images.
Option for full resolution image is essential for group photos where faces are already small and are unrecognizable at low resolutions. It's also important when adding notes to scanned receipts or notes. If large images could cause instability, speed or memory issues, just warn them and let users decide if they choose large image files.
Ben Hollingsworth commented
I agree with Kenneth. Downsizing the image when importing is unacceptable. If I want to markup an image (especially one that contains text), I want it at full resolution.
Worked fine for 2 days, but now I get an'unable to add image' error.
This is for camera images, on a nexus 10.
Also, I haven't found a way to set the default page size and grid.
About the image import, it's good but the only thing bothering me is that it imports at a lower resolution. It would be better if there was an option to import at full resolution.
How can i put an image in my note?
How can I delete the images I have inserted? It cat be erased or moved etc... Perhaps the ability to move the image would be helpful?
The inserted image is very pixelated (even when exported in pdf). Its resampled to a very small size. This makes using it for annotating designs and websites pointless. Is this going to be addressed?
Martijn Coppoolse commented
Thank you very much for this, I really like it!
There seems to be one problem, though (probably the same as reported by Pedro Casagrande de Campos):
After importing an image (a PNG image, with a resolution of 192 dpi — my Galaxy Note 10.1’s native resolution), I get to choose a crop outline. That’s fine, but I want to use the entire picture. That’s fine too, there’s a button specially for that! But then I tick the checkmark button to indicate that I’ve finished, and suddenly the inserted image is much smaller than in the crop preview. Worse, if I resize it to its original size, it looks pixelated, as if it was resized based on the smaller bitmap.
The weird thing is, if I select the image, and tick the 'crop' button again, the ORIGINAL image is displayed in all its (unresized) glory! So apparently the pixel information is still there, it’s just not being used to display the image in the note...
Could this please be fixed?
I’d like to be able to import images that are larger than one screen, and I’d like to be able to read the text that was on the image as well...
(Or should I add this as a separate feedback item?)
Sybil de Clark commented
Great! That was one of the features I really hoped to see added!