[Tip] adding screenshots to your code
Maybe not a tip, but more like the obvious. But it's pretty easy to add screenshots to your code via a link. Yeah, it's obvious, but I don't remember seeing anyone doing it except in the forum.
The below is just supposed to be dead simple. Just prints a link to the console, in this case a Dropbox link. If you click the link it the console it's automatically opened up in a panel.
But it could be helpful for people to understand your code. Just an idea.
_link = 'https://www.dropbox.com/s/vm96a9yngt10zx3/File%2010-08-2016%2C%2015%2034%2035.jpeg?dl=0' print(_link)
At the end of the link it says
dl=0if you change it to
dl=1then just the image is displayed, not the dropbox website. This makes it easier to zoom into the screenshot. :)
@JosephBywater , yeah. I didn't test it, but I figured as much. I was trying to be as simple as can be. Just saying can annotate your code with some pics as links.
But you taught me a great time saver. To post a pic here. I normally replace dl=0 with raw=True. From your example I can see just need to replace the dl=0 with dl=1. So much easier to do that for the forum. Thanks
@JosephBywater you can also replace
dland remove the parameters altogether