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How can I get both the original and cropped image? #42

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relaxsus opened this Issue Mar 6, 2018 · 8 comments

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@relaxsus This is not possible at the moment but this should be pretty straightforward to implement.
I will let you know when this is available :)

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s4cha commented Mar 7, 2018

@relaxsus This is not possible at the moment but this should be pretty straightforward to implement.
I will let you know when this is available :)

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@relaxsus, Thinking about it, I am quite curious. If the user cropped their picture, why exactly do you need the original ? I am genuinely curious about the use case :)

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s4cha commented Mar 9, 2018

@relaxsus, Thinking about it, I am quite curious. If the user cropped their picture, why exactly do you need the original ? I am genuinely curious about the use case :)

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Good question. I don't either understand why it could be needed. Only to safe the original into the album, but there is already such a functional.

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NikKovIos commented Mar 10, 2018

Good question. I don't either understand why it could be needed. Only to safe the original into the album, but there is already such a functional.

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@relaxsus Could you give us a bit more info about the use case?
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s4cha commented Apr 16, 2018

@relaxsus Could you give us a bit more info about the use case?
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Customer requirements. Send to the server two pictures (original and cropped). I solved this question.

relaxsus commented Apr 21, 2018

Customer requirements. Send to the server two pictures (original and cropped). I solved this question.

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@relaxsus How did you solved it?

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NikKovIos commented Apr 26, 2018

@relaxsus How did you solved it?

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3.0.0 now has originalImage: UIImage & modifiedImage: UIImage? which should solve your use case. The originalImage takes into account the crop made in the Library though.
Closing this for now, feel free to reopen :)

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s4cha commented May 25, 2018

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3.0.0 now has originalImage: UIImage & modifiedImage: UIImage? which should solve your use case. The originalImage takes into account the crop made in the Library though.
Closing this for now, feel free to reopen :)

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