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Date Posted: 09:27:56 05/02/02 Thu
Author: Jon Scott
Subject: Re: "GetDIB Failed" error with Envision 1.1 (Delphi 5)
In reply to: Jon Scott 's message, ""GetDIB Failed" error with Envision 1.1 (Delphi 5)" on 15:54:35 05/01/02 Wed


I've tested this defect against v2 Beta and it seems to be fixed. Thanks.

One question, how do I set the new ReadAheadFileName property? It seems to be used for the read ahead thread, but I can't seem to set it (it always goes back to blank).


>I've sent you an email to michel@intervalsoftware.com
>with a BMP attachment and steps for the infamous
>"GetDIB Failed" error. Basically, the problem goes
>like this... I need to clear the TImageScrollBox at
>various times in my program, but doing this sometimes
>causes the error when attempting to load the same
>bitmap again. However, this ONLY happens when
>clearing the image control. This can be reproduced
>(on some bitmaps) with just two lines of code:
>ImageScrollBox.LoadFromFile('C:\temp\somebmp.bmp', 1);
>Do this a few times and you'll get the error. I have
>yet to try v2 Beta. If you still have the problem in
>v2, what can I do to get around this problem?

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