Drupal image support dilemma

So if you are new to Drupal and it's terminology you may look around and wonder "what are all these image support options for Drupal?" Have you started with one and switched to another as you define your use cases? I have. Well, following are three basic starting points for image support w/ Drupal that I see:

    Provide users a WYSIWYG editor with image support in Drupal

    So you want to know how to allow a client or staff member to edit HTML content via a WYSIWYG editor w/ integrated and easy to use image support? We do this with Wysiwyg API, IMCE & IMCE Wysiwyg API bridge modules. The IMCE Wysiwyg API bridge module is a support module to bridge between IMCE image upload/browsing capability and Wysiwyg editors, so have them both installed and working first. Following are my quick notes to provide Drupal users a WYSIWYG editor with image support:

    Wysiwyg API module in Drupal 5 & 6 = So many Wysiwyg editors!

    The WYSIWYG API module allows to users of your drupal site to use many different WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Web browser based editors for editing content. This module looks to be the up and coming WYSIWYG module and is over taking the other modules of this type. This module depends on third-party editor libraries, most often based on JavaScript. Follows are my quick and dirty set up notes:

    IMCE module for Image and File uploads

    The IMCE module for Image and File uploads, browsing and more in Drupal 5 & 6

    The IMCE module is an image/file uploader and browser that supports personal directories and quotas. IMCE can be used alone or integrated w/ WYSIWYG editors and other web applications (ie. FCKEditor, TinyMCE, WYMEditor, Whizzywig, BUEditor, & Wysiwyg API via the IMCE Wysiwyg API bridge module).

    Zen theme with Drupal

    Zen theme & sub themes for Drupal

    If you are building your own standards-compliant theme for Drupal, start with the Zen theme. Its an easy and clean theme with great documentation both included and available online. It has the support of a large community of developers and users. The Zen theme is meant to be a very flexible standards-compliant and semantically correct XHTML theme that can be easily modified through CSS and Drupal’s template system. I have found it works well alongside the CSS Injector module.

    Create a User managed SlideShow on Drupal 6 w/ the CCK, FileField, ImageField, ImageAPI, ImageCache & Thickbox modules.

    These are quick instructions to allow a specific user Role (ie: client/staff/designer) to manage a web based SlideShow using Drupal. This SlideShow setup can be used; either for a specific number of SlideShow nodes to be edited by the user, or a SlideShow content type to be managed by the user. This setup is tested on Drupal 6 w/ GD2 using the Content Construction Kit (CCK), FileField, ImageField, ImageAPI w/ ImageAPI GD2, ImageCache & Thickbox modules.

    How to setup a Samsung SCX-4500W for Printing and Scanning on a wireless network with OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7

    How to setup a Samsung SCX-4500W on a wireless network with OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7:

    1. First go to this page:
      http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/SCX-4500W
    2. then:
      http://www.samsung.com/us/support/downloads/SCX-4500W
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    Remove Mobile Me MobileMe icon & System Preferences pane Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

    Remove MobileMe icon from Menu Bar in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

    I don't use MobileMe, I don't want monthly charges nor do I want to store my data elsewhere. So needless to say I don't want a MobileMe icon on my finder bar, so I remove it. It's so easy, literally click and drag it off the menu bar:

    Key Startup Keys: Apple MacOS X Boot Key Combos

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    Here is a list of the key boot keys for Apple MacOS X. Wether you need to startup from CD to use a system disk or need to startup the bosses machine in firewire mode for a quick backup of intellectual property this is the handy list for you.

    Securely Erase files on OS X via the Finder and the Terminal

    Simple but secure deletion of files can be done on OS X via the Finder or the Terminal program:

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