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    Get a png from internet and draw it on canvas.

    Hello.

    I'm newby in pyS60 environment.

    I want to get a png from a url using urllib and draw it on canvas
    without save it as file first. Is posible?

    Is any disk unit a ramdisk? to do the save file steep a lot without burn the flash.

    Tanks. and sorry for my bad English.

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    Re: Get a png from internet and draw it on canvas.

    I believe that its not possible to do it without save .
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    Re: Get a png from internet and draw it on canvas.

    Is D: drive a ramdisk?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Get a png from internet and draw it on canvas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skarabeus
    Is D: drive a ramdisk?

    Thanks.
    Yes you are right ! No Rich you are wrong D: is ramdrive (temporary memory )
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    Re: Get a png from internet and draw it on canvas.

    I didnt say that D is not ram or that you cant save there. I mean that you proboably cant download an image and display it on canvas without saving it first.
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