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Date Posted: 22:11:35 11/10/03 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: PCX error with Envision 2.01
In reply to: Richard Stearman 's message, "PCX error with Envision 2.01" on 01:53:39 11/08/03 Sat

Hello Richard,

The graphic formats you want to use need to be registered with the VCL.

Make sure you include and library path include, .\envision\trial\cb6.

By including the appropriate unit, the graphic format will be registered. For example, adding,

#pragma package(smart_init)

Add this line -> #pragma link "EnPcxGr"

#pragma resource "*.dfm"

will register the Pcx format.

Or, use

#pragma link "EnReg"

and all Envision formats will be registered with the VCL to be used in TImage.

Best regards,


>I'm using C++ Builder 6 and the evaluation version of
>Envision 2.01. I am trying to set the 'FileName'
>property of an ImageScrollBox prgramatically from text
>pulled from a database field. When I do this using a
>file with a JPG extension, it works fine. However, if
>I choose a file with a PCX file extension, I get a
>"unknown picture file extension (*.pcx)" exception. If
>I assign a hard-coded PCX at design-time, it works
>fine. Can anyone shed any light on this?

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