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Date Posted: 06:42:53 10/17/01 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Form Recognition
In reply to: Pavlos 's message, "Form Recognition" on 21:03:23 10/15/01 Mon

Hi Pavlos,

Yes, you can access the pixels that way, or using the RGB property of the TDibGraphic class.

You should have a help file, it is named, Envision.hlp

Best regards,


>Michel thanks for responding. I fixed the problem.
>I have to do Form Recognition.
>The forms will be scanned and then proccesed by a
>This moment i managed to access a cordination of pixels
> "ImageScrollBox.Graphic.Canvas.Pixels[L,T] = clBlack"
>Because i use the evaluation version i have not any
>help files.I am wondering if there is a predefined
>function for my request.

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