The WissKI IIP Image module implements the IIPImage server system for web-based streamed viewing and zooming of high-resolution images. You can add IIIF-Images from different sources, which makes it a good tool for comparative image analysis.
- Colorbox with all its dependencies has to be installed like described in the chapter Colorbox installation.
- IIPImage Server needs to be installed and running at a accessable iip-image-server-uri as described in chapter IIP Image Server.
- IIPMooViewer Library can be downloaded via the link and must be saved and unziped in root-dir /libraries/iipmooviewer, so that the path ../libraries/iipmooviewer/iipmooviewer-2.0-min.js exists.
- An Entity with at least one image field.
If you're using WissKI inside the virtual Lubuntu image, or installed WissKI with the IIP-Image option via the default server setup respectively via the docker setup, you already have Colorbox and all dependencies installed and you can skip these part.
Go to Manage Extend and check WissKI IIP Image View Click Install.
Go to Manage Configuration Pathbuilders and in the row of your wisski-entity with an image field, click Edit. Unfold the Options menu of the Image path by clicking the caret and select Configure Field. Set the Type of formatter for field to WissKI IIP Image Viewer. Save.
Follow the path to WissKI Navigate, select your wisski-entity and then a wisski-individual with the newly configured WissKI IIP Image Viewer and click on the image. The IIP Image Viewer should open and you can zoom and drag scroll with your mouse.