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godonholiday says

Does anyone know of any scripts or tutorials on how to recreate facebooks profile image uploader.

Basically, you upload an image – fine You are then given an area / window that you reposition (not resize) the image into Once you save, the parts of the image outside the window are just cut off.

Any ideas? Thanks

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HigherGroundStudio says

Most likely this will be at least two scripts.

jQuery File Upload says that they are compatible with client-side image resizing. Use a file uploader then have it call a image resizer.

swfupload has Client-Side Image Resizing (JPG & PNG ) with it too.

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Deltac0 says

I don’t know the script, but I’ll help a little. It’s called cropping. Try to search for “javascript image crop” or something on Google.

I found this blog on Google, there is few examples.

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godonholiday says

thanks for the help

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