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Capturing And Displaying Multi-Language And Locale Images

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235713D
Publication Date: 2014-Mar-21
Document File: 2 page(s) / 22K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for capturing and displaying multi-language and locale images. The method and system enables a browser to automatically capture an image for a selected locale and rendering a page with corresponding images.

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Capturing And Displaying Multi -

Disclosed is a method and system for capturing and displaying multi-language and locale images. The method and system utilizes a custom browser plugin to build a file of a specific type using a new file extension. The file may be an index of various possibilities in which a browser renders a piece of a page based on multiple different locales. The disclosed method and system may also be utilized in an environment

which enables locale rendering. Here, the environment is a host of the file and the environment includes a support for reading the file.

The method and system disclosed herein implements the custom browser plugin or a native option in the browser that enables a function of automatically capturing an image for a selected locale. The method and system enables the browser to render the page and capture the image for each locale selected by a user. The method and system enables the user to select a section of a screen of which the user intends to capture the image. Thereafter, the browser renders the page automatically in each locale and captures images of the section selected by the user. The browser then collects captured images and creates a collection of the images with associated locale tags. The browser may make intelligent decisions based on anchor points or characteristics of the page in order to adjust the selected area as necessary for different locales.

The browser automatically determines the section where a next image should be captured for a next locale based on an anchor positioned by the user in the page.

Alternatively, a location in the browser is specified either by a user input or based on any other relevant information such as, but not limited to, a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) element tag name and any other identifying information. Therefore, once a file containing the collection of images with the associated locale tags is added to one of the documents and the host of the image, the host determines the locale of the browser and displays a corresponding image.

The user my initially select the function in the browser to automatically capture the image for the selected locale and then select display locales. Thereafter, a new file type including relevant images and associated locales is downloaded. Thereafter, the new file type is added to one of the document and the host and the image is displayed accurately according to the...