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Date Posted: 11:14:39 05/23/01 Wed
Author: Jack Stafford
Subject: Re: But!!!... Whew!!!
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: But!!!... Yipes!!!" on 06:33:58 05/09/01 Wed


OK, this is working now.. I'm not sure what fixed it as I am now registered and using the recompiled units, but I think it had to do with needing a refresh after loading the image. Thanks for your support.

Any chance of getting a progress event on the load from file and load from stream? Some files (not many but some) for some reason take longer to load (and its not file size) anyway just when you think its stalled out, they magically appear.

>Hi Jack,
>As far as I can tell, you should not need the source
>code to load other registered formats.
>There is definitely a problem with Delphi 3. This is
>the comment in the source code in
>TImageScrollBox.LoadFromStream, which is called by
>{ MB Nov 07, 1999. Under Delphi 3, when testing with
>Melander's TGifImage, an exception is raised,
>EFOpenError, unable to open file "...". With Delphi 4
>and 5, this works fine. I'm not sure if this is a
>problem TGifImage or the VCL
>itself. }
>I have not had any feedback of users using Delphi 3
>and registered graphic formats not from Envision. I am
>testing with Delphi 3.0, not 3.02, so this may have
>been fixed in Delphi 3.02.
>When you call
>ImageScrollBox.LoadFromFile('FileName.Gif') do you get
>an error message?
>Best regards,
>>I am using Delphi 3
>>Yes, I've tried loading a gif by using
>>TImageScrollBox.LoadFromFile with
>>GifImage included in a uses clause, but, I am using
>>the evaluation version of your envision. Do your DCU's
>>need to be recompiled with the gifImage included
>>before the TImageScrollBox will recognize the gifImage
>>graphics type?
>>I hope your not telling me this isn't going to work
>>with Delphi 3, I'm already waiting for my registration
>>key to be emailed.
>>>Hi Jack,
>>>Have you tried loading a gif by using
>>>TImageScrollBox.LoadFromFile('FileName.gif'), when
>>>GifImage is included in a uses clause? I have checked
>>>the code, and there is a comment that this does not
>>>work with Delphi 3. Are you using Delphi 3 by any
>>>Best regards,
>>>>But, I am using Anders Melander's TGifImage, Thats
>>>>I'm getting the gif Image in the tImage control,
>>>>everything else shows up in both the tImage and the
>>>>TIimageScrollBox but not the gif. OK, Im going to
>>>>register your EnImage package right now, then I'll
>>>>back this question.
>>>>>TImageScrollBox will display gif (but not animated)
>>>>>using Anders Melanders TGifImage. You simply need
>>>>>include the GifImage in a uses clause.
>>>>>You may also assign an image to a TImageScrollBox
>>>>>assign a graphic to the Graphic property.
>>>>>Best regards,
>>>>>>How can I display or copy an image from a Timage
>>>>>>one form to a TimageScrollBox on another form? The
>>>>>>Image in the Timage control is a gifImage which
>>>>>>timage control supports but the TimageScrollBox

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