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Date Posted: 20:05:56 07/15/00 Sat
Author: Rick Carter
Subject: Pan, Zoom Box, using TIF files?

I've just taken a look at the example program, both as an .exe, and in the IDE (Delphi 3 Pro). It looks like Envision has a lot of capability, but may not do what I need.

We're working with scanned TIF images of 24" x 36" scale drawings, and have a frequent need to print out just a portion of the drawing (say, an 8.5 x 11 sheet) at scale. So what I need is something to zoom an area that will fit on that sheet, and have the program print just what is displayed.

So far I can't see an easy way to do this in Envision. Am I missing something?

Can anyone suggest another Delphi library that might do what I need?

Finally, Michel, it looks like you have a good product with some good support, but I have a few gripes. You lose points for installing shortcuts without first asking me whether I wanted them, not including any uninstall program or instructions, and not spell checking your documents.

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