Lupercal LLC v. CitiBank, N.A.

Western District of Texas, txwd-6:2019-cv-00201

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EXHIBIT PC11 Attorney Docket No: ADMI.0010002 PATENT IN THE UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE In re application of Wood et al. Serial No.: 12/831,503 Examiner: Tadesse Hailu Confirmation No.: 2556 Art Unit: 2173 Filed: 7/7/2010 For: SYSTEM, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MEDIA SUBMISSION Commissioner for Patents Alexandria, VA 22313-14 50 AMENDMENT In response to the Official Action dated June 8, 2015, please amend the above- identified patent application in the following manner. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 2of2 IN THE CLAIMS: Please amend the claims as indicated. A complete set of the claims is included below, as well as the current status of each claim. This listing of claims will replace all prior versions, and listings, of claims in the application. 1-104. (Canceled) 105. (New) A non-transitory computer-readable medium having an image submission tool stored thereon for use on a user device, the image submission tool including: an image identifier section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to generate a first thumbnail of an initial image, to enable a user to replace the initial image with a replacement image, to generate a second thumbnail of the replacement image, to enable a user to enter text information as a caption for the replacement image, and to pre-process the replacement image to produce a pre-processed image, wherein the pre-processing by the image submission tool is controlled by one or more pre-processing parameters received from a device separate from the user device in a conversion of the replacement image as specified for use by a receiving party; a submission section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to enable a user to confirm a submission of the pre-processed image; and an image upload control section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to transmit the pre-processed image. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 3of3 106. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the image identifier section when executed causes the image submission tool to generate the first visual representation from a first image file. 107. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image has a compression level as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 108. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image is cropped in a manner specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 109. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image has a physical dimension as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 110. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image has a quality as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 111. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image has a file format as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 4 of 4 112. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the pre- processed image has an encoding as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 113. (New) The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 105, wherein the image upload control section when executed causes the image submission tool to transmit the text information. 114. (New) A computer implemented method performed by an image submission tool on a user device, comprising: causing the image submission tool to generate a first thumbnail of an initial image, to enable a user to replace the initial image with a replacement image, to generate a second thumbnail of the replacement image, to enable a user to enter text information as a caption for the replacement image, and to pre-process the replacement image to produce a pre- processed image, wherein the pre-processing by the image submission tool is controlled by one or more pre-processing parameters received from a device separate from the user device in a conversion of the replacement image as specified for use by a receiving party; causing the image submission tool to enable a user to confirm a submission of the pre-processed image; and causing the image submission tool to transmit the pre-processed image. 115. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the first visual representation is generated from a first image file. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 5of5 116. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image has a compression level as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 117. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image is cropped in a manner specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 118. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image has a physical dimension as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 119. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image has a quality as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 120. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image has a file format as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 121. (New) The method of claim 114, wherein the pre-processed image has an encoding as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 122. (New) The method of claim 114, further comprising causing the image submission tool to transmit the text information. 123. (New) A user device, comprising: a processor; Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 6of6 a transmitter; and a memory for storing an image submission tool for execution by the processor, the image submission tool including: an image identifier section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to generate a first thumbnail of an initial image, to enable a user to replace the initial image with a replacement image, to generate a second thumbnail of the replacement image, to enable a user to enter text information as a caption for the replacement image, and to pre-process the replacement image to produce a pre- processed image, wherein the pre-processing by the image submission tool is controlled by one or more pre-processing parameters received from a device separate from the user device in a conversion of the replacement image as specified for use by a receiving party; a submission section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to enable a user to confirm a submission of the pre-processed image; and an image upload control section that when executed, causes the image submission tool to transmit the pre-processed image using the transmitter. 124. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the first visual representation 1s generated from a first image file. 125. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image has a compression level as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 7of7 126. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image is cropped in a manner specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 127. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image has a physical dimension as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 128. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image has a quality as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 129. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image has a file format as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 130. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the pre-processed image has an encoding as specified by the one or more pre-processing parameters. 131. (New) The user device of claim 123, wherein the transmitter further transmits the text information. Appl. No.: 14/107,261 Inventor: Wood et al. Page 8of8 REMARKS Applicants respectfully assert that no new material is introduced as a result of the amendments herein. Applicants respectfully request consideration of the above-identified patent application in light of the remarks presented herein. Rejections The Examiner rejected claim 40-104 under various grounds. By the amendment above, claims 40-104 have been canceled. The rejections of those claims are therefore rendered moot. Applicants reserve the right to argue the merits of claims 40-104. New claims 105-128 are directed to various devices and methods, and have been added to accelerate the prosecution of the present application. Conclusion All of the stated grounds of rejection have been properly traversed, accommodated, or rendered moot. Applicants therefore respectfully request that the Examiner reconsider all presently outstanding rejections, and that they be withdrawn. The Examiner is invited to telephone the undersigned representative if an interview might be useful for any reason. Respectfully submitted, Dated: December 7, 2015 By: /duane s. kobayashi/ Duane S. Kobayashi Law Office of Duane S. Kobayashi Reg. No. 41122 P.O. Box 3207 Reston, VA 20195 Tel: 703-437-8000 Fax: 703-935-0276