Honestly i thought i was funny when i explained the acronym mentioned below, but in all honesty i didnt realize this project should be called ggldrv and not dcs,,,, ooops.
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it stands for Goo G Le Docs Cuzthat Swhereidecidetohostmyimagesfromnowon
okay okay so i talked briefly about my image hosting strategy in yesterdays daily log, but it was long and laborious so i needed to find a way to automate it. the solution? thisssss, so it took a few trys of different things and by no means is this a great solution, but ehhhhh it works for me sorry im no pro
So the steps for what I did:
- Open the google drive and select the folder
- Run this python program:
import pyautogui, sys, time from pynput.mouse import Button, Controller mouse = Controller() pyautogui.moveTo(1800, 370) mouse.press(Button.left) pyautogui.moveTo(428, 680, 2) for x in range(1,5): mouse.scroll(0, -50) pyautogui.moveTo(440, 680, 1) time.sleep(2) pyautogui.moveTo(428, 680, 1) mouse.release(Button.left)
what this program does is selects all the imgs in the folder so i can grab the links, but i still needed to do magic trick to get the links into useable for html, as they are both a big blob of text and full of wrong info, here's the code to sort it out
stroodle = input('paste here: ') stroodletoodle = stroodle.replace('/view?usp=sharing,%20https://drive.google.com/file/d/', '"style="width: 664px;"/>\n《img src="https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=') print('《img src=https:/drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=' +stroodletoodle +'"style="width: 664px;"/》')
and then the outputted stuff from that goes right into code! works for me. thats this simple inneficient program that helps me upload images for my website.
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