There is a lot of information on Twitter, but by making your account private, deleting your account, or deleting your tweets, there is a possibility that your tweets will be easily obscured. there is. A Twitter version of Web Gyotaku service that seems to be useful in such cases is "Tweet image", which allows you to save tweets in image format. Tweet Imagehttps://tweet-image.glitch.me/
It's easy to use, first select the tweets you want to keep in image format. This time, I decided to visualize Masahiro Tanaka's tweet announcing his return to the Tohoku Rakuten Eagles.
Copy the URL of the tweet and paste it in the text box at the top of "Tweet image".
"WIDTH" allows you to specify the width of the image tweet in pixels, which is 1000 pixels in the initial state. "PADDING" is the padding, and the higher the number, the greater the distance from the edges of the generated image to the text, images, and other content in the Tweet. The initial value of PADDING is "25".
"THEME" is an option to change the background color of the tweet.In the initial state, white "Light" is selected, but you can also select "Dark" which can change the background to navy blue. Possible. "HIDE CARD" is an option to specify whether to display images and media attached to tweets together, and in the initial state it is "False (display)", so "True (not display)" can also be changed to ``HIDE THREAD'' is an option to specify whether to display or hide the thread linked to the tweet.In the initial state, it is ``True (not display)'', and it can be changed to ``False (display)''. is also possible.
Once all options have been specified, click the "TWEET URL" text box and press the enter key. After a while, the tweet will appear under the option settings as below.
Once you are satisfied with the generated image, you can save it by clicking the "SAVE" button in the bottom right corner.
So the imaged tweet is below. The number of likes and retweets will be the timing of the image conversion. In the image below, "PADDING" is "25" and "THEME" is "Light".
You can also create an image of a conversation held on Twitter in a thread format. For example, one game developer told SpaceX founder Elon Musk, "You and SpaceX are making a game about colonizing Mars. If you think this idea is cool, your Please allow me to use your name and company logo", and Mr. Musk replied, "We probably won't sue you if you use our name or logo." Since the exchange that returned the answer was left on Twitter, I tried to save this conversation as it is. In the image below, "PADDING" is changed to "50" and "THEME" is changed to "Dark".
Tweet Image allows you to save precious tweets you found on Twitter in the form of images. You can save it in a format. The source code of the Tweet image is published on GitHub. GitHub - ozgrozer/tweet-image: Tweet imagehttps://github.com/ozgrozer/tweet-imageCopy the title and URL of this article
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