"Process murals"?

Discussion in 'Graphics' started by AES, May 16, 2011.

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    I've been given a .jpg file that's essentially a panorama 42" long X 3"
    high and seems to be described as a "process_mural". In its original
    location it was on a web page having a URL of the form

    <http://www.xxxxxxx.com/process.aspx>

    On the web page it displayed at 3" high in a window about 7" wide, with
    a thin line across the bottom and a little dot serving as a position
    marker. It either auto-scrolled slowly across through the window or you
    could pause the scroll and drag the position marker with your mouse.

    I'd like to display and scroll it in this way from my laptop in a
    classroom situation. From previous experience I expect I can put it
    into a very wide PDF file, and then display and scroll it in Adobe
    Reader or Acrobat.

    But could anyone give me a little tutorial or pointers to what other
    kind of coding or HTML or other software may have been involved in
    displaying this on the web site? Is "process_mural" a term of art in
    Java or some other kind of coding?
     
    AES, May 16, 2011
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