Uploading to JPG file reg.

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M R Prajapati

16 Sep, 2010 06:49 PM

Sir:

Its a best experience to work with Goalscape.

I've created a map and I want to upload to JPG file . I tried with
online support but no results.

Pls do kindly guide me step by step to accomplish the said task.

Have a great day !!!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 16 Sep, 2010 08:12 PM

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    Hello there

    Thanks for your post – and for your positive feedback!

    I understand that you are using Goalscape Connect. Right now there is no Export facility in Goalscape Connect – we are working on exports to various formats.

    You can however download a snapshot of your online goalscape from Goalscape Connect using the 'down from the cloud' icon at the top left of the screen. You can then open the .gsp file in Goalscape Desktop – download the free trial here. Then use File > Export > Goalscape Image (as PNG file).

    Alternatively you can simply take a screenshot of the whole Browser screen using Alt + Prnt Scrn in Windows or cmd + Shift + 3, then crop the image in a graphics application.

    If I have misunderstood your question please post again.

    May you achieve great goals!

    Richard

  2. Richard Parslow closed this discussion on 16 Sep, 2010 08:12 PM.

  3. M R Prajapati re-opened this discussion on 16 Sep, 2010 08:38 PM

  4. 2 Posted by M R Prajapati on 16 Sep, 2010 08:38 PM

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    Dear Richard,

    Thnx for prompt response.

    I'll try accordingly and then revert to you
    with feedback at my earliest.

    Again, Goalscape is OUTSTANDING !!!

    Rgds,
    MRP

    On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 1:44 AM, Richard Parslow <
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    > wrote:

  5. Richard Parslow closed this discussion on 17 Sep, 2010 03:29 PM.

  6. M R Prajapati re-opened this discussion on 20 Sep, 2010 04:53 AM

  7. 3 Posted by M R Prajapati on 20 Sep, 2010 04:53 AM

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    Richard Sir:

    I tried since your receipt of last mail, but no results. You've understood
    my problem.

    As I've only basic computer knowledge, I hereby request you to guide me
    step-wise to get
    print-out in any-image-file e.g JPG.

    For your kind information I'm using Free-Goalspace Connect Previews and due
    to its limited features it seems there are no ikons in the menu that you
    mentioned.

    I'm ready to share with you Username & Password too.

    The earliest response is highly appreciable.

    Have a Nice Day !

    Rgds,
    MRP

    On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 1:44 AM, Richard Parslow <
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    > wrote:

  8. Support Staff 4 Posted by Richard Parslow on 20 Sep, 2010 10:23 AM

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    Hello again.

    As I mentioned, right now there is no Image export in Goalscape Connect so you cannot generate PNG (or JPG) image files (we are working on exports to various formats).

    If you want to export (and print) a PNG image file of your goalscape you can ONLY do so using our standalone product, Goalscape Desktop. You can use Goalscape Desktop on a 14-day free trial (if you want to use it beyond that time you will have to purchase it – a perpetual license costs €89).

    So the step-by-step process is:
    1. In Goalscape Connect, use the 'down-from-the-cloud' icon at the top left of the screen to download a snapshot of your goalscape as a .gsp file.
    (I have attached a screenshot to show you what this icon looks like – if it is NOT at the top left of your screen there is something seriously wrong, so please post a screenshot of your screen here – see step 10 below for instructions as to how to do so.)

    1. A Save window will appear: save the .gsp file somewhere on your hard drive (eg to your Desktop or My Documents folder).
    2. Download the free trial of Goalscape Desktop here
      (If you need to download Adobe AIR 2.0 separately, there is a link to it on the same page.)
    3. When the installation is complete the application will start and you will see the Welcome screen with options Try, Activate or Buy Now – click 'Try'.
    4. In Goalscape Desktop, use File > Open to open the .gsp file you downloaded from Goalscape Connect.
    5. Click File > Export > Goalscape Image (as PNG file).
    6. Save the PNG file somewhere on your hard drive.
    7. Open the PNG file with your default graphics application (eg MS Picture Manager in Windows or Preview on a Mac)
    8. You can print the image from your graphics application using its File > Print function.
    9. Alternatively you can simply take a screenshot of your whole Browser screen:
      a) In Windows, use Alt + Prnt Scrn to copy the image, then open MS Picture Manager and use Edit > Paste to paste your copied image. Then use File > Print in the graphics application to print it. If you want to use the image in another app (or post it here) you can use File > Save in the graphics application to save the image somewhere on your hard drive (eg to your Desktop or My Documents folder).
      b) On a Mac, use cmd + Shift + 3 to post the image to your Desktop as a PNG file, which you can open in Preview (or other default graphics app) by simply double-clicking it.
      c) If you want to print just the image of the goal map itself, you can crop the image of your whole browser screen (using the crop function in the graphics application) before printing it.

    Please note that there are 'infopoint' videos to explain all the major functions in Goalscape Connect. To access these, click the 'i' button at the top right of the screen to show where they all are: blue 'i' buttons will appear at various places on the screen; click the one next to the feature you want to investigate.

    There is also a full Goalscape Connect intro video – you can also access this from the link on the sign-in screen.

    All the best!

    Richard

  9. Richard Parslow closed this discussion on 20 Sep, 2010 10:23 AM.

  10. M R Prajapati re-opened this discussion on 20 Sep, 2010 02:18 PM

  11. 5 Posted by M R Prajapati on 20 Sep, 2010 02:18 PM

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    Richard Sir,

    Once again thnx for comprehensive reply.

    I'm following the steps shown by you and results are +ve.

    All said icons are available now.

    I'll definitely update you on full-success.

    Have a GoalScape Day !!!

    Rgds,
    MRP

    On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 3:55 PM, Richard Parslow <
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  12. Support Staff 6 Posted by Richard Parslow on 20 Sep, 2010 02:49 PM

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    That's great – thanks for letting me know. I am now marking this discussion 'resolved'.

    Enjoy the journey!

    Richard

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  15. 7 Posted by M R Prajapati on 20 Sep, 2010 03:17 PM

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    Richard Sir,

    OK.

    Rgds,
    MRP

    On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 8:21 PM, Richard Parslow <
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