actually, if you as much as create image maps, and replcae the
wanta s possible.
Of course, images on themselves do not perform any action - actions
are all performed by the viewer program. Few programas will be more
feature-rich than a browser anyway.
Just beware the "image map" thing is an arcane html constrcut from
the 90's - I am not sure it even works in a modern html5 borwser, but
work just fine.
On 20 June 2016 at 13:55, Pat David <patda...@gmail.com> wrote:
> No - this is not a function of any image formats usually without the
> intervention of some further software. Images don't normally do this (and
> probably shouldn't on their own, imo).
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 11:50 AM DavidWW <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>> I want to add hotspots to my drawing where I can hover the mouse over an
>> and while it is there some additional information will pop up nearby. I
>> found information about creating image maps with Gimp but it has all been
>> creating hyperlinks that jump to a website when one clicks on part of the
>> picture. There has been nothing about how to just get information to pop
>> up on
>> the screen when a mapped portion of the picture is clicked.
>> Is there any way to info (text box) to display on the image when I hold or
>> the mouse on a relevant portion of the picture??
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