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Capture Images from memory with Clipboard Function

Capture Images from memory with Clipboard Function

Capture Images from memory with Clipboard Function

(OP)
Hi,
I am creating an application which depends on the contents of clipboard. Text is captured OK but images (such as Print Screen)doesnt.

Any suggestions will highly appreciated

Iam using Clarion 6.3
 

RE: Capture Images from memory with Clipboard Function

Hi!

Check out www.clarionfreeimage.com - it's a class to use the FreeImage library. It has a clipboard class and an example of it's usage to copy the Image in the Clipboard to a BLOB is shown below ::

CODE

cb  SaClipboardClass

  code
 
  if cb.OpenClipboard(myWindow)
     if cb.GetClipboard(myfile.myblob, SA_CF_DIB)
        !the DIB on the clipboard is now in the BLOB
        !add the record.
     end
     cb.CloseClipboard()
  end

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