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depends on how you upload it, when I upload from Chrome/Firefox/Safari/IE/Opera on my windows computer it allows you to "resize" and gives you that horrid white background, when I do it from my Android phone using the official app, it maintains transparency (for .png anyway), also with Plume for Android. Hope that helps!
I'm pretty sure it's just js. Unless they are doing Agile for their front-end and already went through another cycle. I remember looking at it when I was doing Wordpress stuff a couple of years back. Edit to answer question: No, I don't think you need the canvas element unless they have significantly changed their code-base in the last year.
snag.gy Snaggy does exactly that, is very easy to use and has a simple editor to crop and annotate the image. On modern browsers, it can paste the image directly from clipboard using HTML5, no plugins are required. On older browsers, a Java plugin is still needed. (FAQ)
Min.us I'm using Min.us's chrome extension (ff available), which does a pretty good job of this. They have a desktop application as well (cross platform) which allows you to take a screenshot and copy its url directly. If the screenshot pertains to a website (inside browser) I'd say go for the extension. Otherwise use the desktop application Also there's ...
ScreenShootMe does exactly what you want. You can: take any image from your clipboard click the "Paste" button and it will appear on the web app click "Save" and it will generate a URL that points to your image It will either create a random URL or you can create a custom name for your URL.
The Google Drive Drawings seem to be vectors. There is no "pixel count" for vector images. I find that select all and resize works well for shapes but less well if I have text (especially if different text boxes have different font sizes- then I have to change the font size for each box after the resize.
This satisfies part of what you asked for (focused on retro-style video game sprites): http://charas-project.net/ and specifically their charset editor. It isn't a pixel editor; it's a (large!) library of user-contributed sprite elements, and a web UI for combining them into a finished spritesheet. You can pick one of the user-contributed body types, one of ...
Google Docs Presentation only has a very limited set of image options ranging only to resizing, rotating, and moving. Any additional image manipulation must be done with other software. Many options are available in this area, from free to big dollars, such as Paint.NET and GIMP up to major programs such as Photoshop. Each of these editors have their own ...
Surprisingly Google Drive natively cannot rotate images. Some programs try to reorient the image when you open it, which explains your second paragraph. The guide you linked to refers to the Google Drive application Google Drawings. After installing it, you can create a Drawing document: in which you can rotate images:
Twitter just doesn't allow users to use transparent .png image anymore, since, maybe december 2012?. Nowadays they adapt this kinda thing where you can change zooms on the picture before uploading a new avatar. So i think using transparent background is useless for now. It'll always turn into white background anyway. Too bad, cause actually avatars always ...
pasteboard.co Pasteboard can paste images from the clipboard, via drag-and-drop, or capture from the webcam. The image can be cropped before uploading. It uses recent APIs from modern browsers, no plugins are required. The source-code is available on GitHub. The service returns a URL to the page containing the image. Image hotlinking is disabled, though. ...
Snipshot & Webresizer are basic online image editors that also provide an API to manage their service programmatically for your website. There is also a free jQuery plugin called jCrop that you can use to implement the image cropping functionality.
I started writing one for google app engine but then found an app which is already working great. Tried with one of the shopify images and returned results correctly. Here is an example returning an image in 35X35 If you don't trust the domain, the source code is available,too.
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