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Date Posted: 06:40:18 01/07/03 Tue
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Annotations problem
In reply to: Zoran 's message, "Annotations problem" on 12:01:35 12/31/02 Tue

Hi Zoran,

The FControlResizer is only created when the annotation is being edited. For a quick workaround replace FControlResizer.BoxSize by the value 5. This property does not change values.

I will look into a more elegant solution.

Best regards,


>Hi Michel;
>1. fire up DemoD7.exe
>2. scan (or read) .tif image
>3. change mouse mode to annotations
>4. add line annotation
>5. change line position to Horizontal-Top
>5. save image as .tif
>6. re-open the image
>7. change mouse mode to annotations
>The line annotation doesn't show up, and it should at
>this point. If you now click at the area where the
>line is supposed to be, then it shows up.
>This happens only if line direction is Horizontal-Top,
>or Vertical-Right. For other 2 directions (Top-Left
>and Bottom-Left) everything works fine.
>Any thoughts?
>Also I am experiencing the same proglem as in the post
>below (message 'Invalid graphic format' when I try to
>load a glyph into the speed button).
>W2K, D7 Studio Ent, Envision 2.

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