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Old May 12th, 2007, 01:26 AM
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Batch file command to display an image

Is there a command for .bat files to display an image- hopefully fullscreen? Also, is there a command to make the bat file not open as a window, but in fullscreen? Thank you much!

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Is there a command for .bat files to display an image- hopefully fullscreen? Also, is there a command to make the bat file not open as a window, but in fullscreen? Thank you much!

All you can have to do is type in the path of an image to display it. Unfortunately, I don't know how to run it inside command prompt. As for opening up dos full screen, you can do a start/max that will open a maximized view of dos in a new dos file.

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You need to launch some sort of image viewer. You can even do it with Internet Explorer.
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"C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\Iexplore.exe" -k "C:\Path\to\Image"
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Easy!!!

all blue text shall be replaced with your data, dont change
anything that is not blue or it will not work

first open notepad
type:

<img src="C:/Users/YourUsername"/My Pictures/YourPictureSource/>

then click file and then save as. save to desktop with the name Pic123.html
then open notepad again and type:

title HAXCOM /DOS
color a
@echo off
title HAXCOM /DOS
cls
start Pic123.html
echo There You Go!
pause

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Talking How to run in CMD or Command Prompt

In cmd or command prompt. assuming that you have done the HTML file i said before.blue text shall be replaced with your data


start C:/Users/YourUsername/Desktop/Pic123.html

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Old January 14th, 2013, 10:09 AM
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Other Browser

yeah you can run it in
Google Chrome, Internet Explorer , Mozilla Firefox , Netscape or Opera and Safari on Windows Mac and LinuX

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