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Date Posted: 20:02:41 05/26/03 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Saving change to multipage tiffs
In reply to: Ricardo Gomez 's message, "Saving change to multipage tiffs" on 10:59:30 05/26/03 Mon

Hi Ricardo,

Yes, Envision can only append to a multipage file. So if you need to modify an image within a file you need to:

- Create a temporary file
- Save the images with the modified image
- Rename the temporary file to the original

Best regards,


>I'm writing a fax viewer utility, and I have to deal
>with multipage tiff images that are generated for my
>fax server.
>Some times, a page arrives inverted or with any other
>problems, so my app, allows the user to make
>modifications on a specific page. The envision lib,
>allwos me to save to disk the changes made to that
>specific page or I have to save all the file again ?
>If I have to save all the file, I need to create a new
>temporal file and the rename it or I can save al the
>image over the original tiff file ?
>Thanks a lot

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