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    Upload Image to Server/Web?!

    Is there a Way to Upload Images from active picture?!

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    Bump. Any idea if this Feature will be possible?

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    I don't think it's possible now, but it would be a nice feature to add. Could allow us to build games that let players upload screenshots of their gameplay or similar.
    Of course sharing photos too.

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    mh, I think you need a extension for this. My Idea: the image-file convert to a base64 string and send it with the get-object.

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    Converting to base64 would double it's filesize. Not very handy for mobile 3G connections.
    This most likely needs an extension to do. Maybe you can have someone do a file upload extension?

    It would be a handy feature to add to the Get object (add a file as post data).

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    This is something that should also be a part of the regular exe runtime as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanMonk View Post
    This is something that should also be a part of the regular exe runtime as well.
    You can use the FTP object to upload files if that's what you were referring to.

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    Game_Master, no that isn't a good idea.
    FTP sends passwords and usernames in plaintext.

    I could easily obtain your FTP password if you were to use this method of uploading files. Heck even if they were encrypted/hashed they could be cracked/brute-forced in relatively short time.
    Security my friend, security.

    Currently the best way of uploading files to a server would be to use Lacewing, but that requires the server to be setup a certain way.

    I think the get object could benefit from being able upload files using POST. At least for smaller files such as images.

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    also interested...... this would be super awesome.
    +1

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    Definitely interested in this. Someone make it happen!

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