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Date Posted: 11:58:58 12/17/01 Mon
Author: Marcel
Subject: Re: EMF to TIF
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: EMF to TIF" on 22:04:44 12/08/01 Sat

>Hi Marcel,
>I am not sure what is going on here. Your code looks
>fine. The first thing I would try is load your emf
>file in the Demo.EXE program, and then to Save As to a
>tif file and see if this works. This will let us know
>if Envision is having problems handling your file.
>Let me know.
>Best regards,
>>Currently avluating enVision. Great work...
>>With something like :
>> PTifGraphic: TTiffGraphic;
>> PTifGraphic := TtiffGraphic.create;
>> try
>> pTifGraphic.Assign( Image1.Picture.Graphic );
>> pTifGraphic.savetoFile( 'c:\temp\image.tif' );
>> finally
>> pTifGraphic.Free;
>> end;
>>I always have a BLACK background. Image1 contains an
>>emf image. Do I have a way to set a background color ?

As long as I understand anything...
You demo program displays correctly EMF images with a white background.
With the explorer window, the EMF appears with a black background but displays correctly with Imaging (for example).
I was looking for :
pTifGraphic.OverwriteFileBackground := True;
pTifGraphic.BackgroundColor := MakeRgb(255, 255, 255);
for TIFF, no ?

Thanks for your answer.

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