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Date Posted: 10:49:21 04/23/03 Wed
Author: Mitch
Subject: Re: Demo Limitations?
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Demo Limitations?" on 20:31:28 04/22/03 Tue

>Hi Mitch,
>There is not limitation as such.
>Your sample code looks ok, but I don't see any
>interaction with the TImageScrollBox. You can use,
>ImageScrollBox.LoadFromFile(SaveDlg.FileName, 1);
>after the sharpen. Or you can use the Graphic property.

When I display within your TImageScrollBox everything looks good but I want to display these in our own CAD'like viewer, based on TImage, and there I can't see any difference. I've also loaded them into Paintshop Pro and can't see the difference between the original and the new sharpened image.

I've also noticed that I can't use ImageScrollBox.Graphic.Canvas.ClipRect to grab the screen image. Is there anotehyr way?


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