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Date Posted: 07:19:32 08/12/05 Fri
Author: Tom Boser
Subject: Re: Annotations
In reply to: EdHrx 's message, "Annotations" on 11:47:50 07/18/05 Mon

There is an ansistring for the annotations. One way is to insert the appropriate text into that string and turn on annotations and you will see it. It's pretty easy to figure out how each annotation get's stored in the annotation ansistring. I have also hacked the headers and code and made some things public (I use C++) to get direct access to some methods. That's a pain though because every new version of Envision I have to go back and make those changes too.


>Is there any way of programatically creating / alter /
>change properties an annotation. without using the
>context popup menu

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