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Tiny Metadata Icons
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julzroguenine wrote in graphicsbyjulz
Follow the link below to download (as a .zip file) my metadata icons. If the link is inactive, send me an email and I'll re-upload them. Please comment if you take them.

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The easiest way to put these in your layout is to use kunzite1's mood icon to the left of the metadata tutorial for your specific layout. The tutorials can be found at s2layers and are for paid/perm accounts only. Then replace things as described here.

Rules. Comment. Credit. Enjoy.

Cheers!
~ Julz

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If you want your mood icon to the left of your metadata, replace your current Entry::print_metadata with this. Then replace this:
  var string tags_header         = "Current Tags"; # text for tags header,    "Current Tags"
  var string tags_joiner         = ":";            # text for tags joiner,    ":"
with this:
  var string tags_header         = """<img src=TAGS IMAGE>"""; # text for tags header,    "Current Tags"
  var string tags_joiner         = "";            # text for tags joiner,    ":"
This:
$text = $*text_meta_mood;
with this:
$text = """<img src=MOOD IMAGE>""";
This:
$text = $*text_meta_music;
with this:
$text = """<img src=MUSIC IMAGE>""";
And this:
$text = $*text_meta_location;
with this:
$text = """<img src=LOCATION IMAGE>""";


Otherwise, search your Entry::print_metadata for $*text_meta_mood, &*text_meta_music, and &*text_meta_location and replace them with urls (not sure where the tags are set in Flexible Squares, though...). Also, you might have to enclose the HTML with triple quotes (""" """;) to get it to compile correctly.

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