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Image Edit and Image Annotation control - Imaging for Windows,

Image Edit and Image Annotation control - Imaging for Windows,

Image Edit and Image Annotation control - Imaging for Windows,

(OP)
Hi, everybody.

I,m working with Image Annotation control linked to an Image Edit control that displays an image.

I select an item  from an image combo (below) that asigns a color to a long variable named "lcolor",
I want to change the color of an annotation palette control, to allow end user make annotations
on the image with the color selected. I don´t need to use the Draw method. End user will draw.

Why the annotation line color doesn´t change?. What´s wrong?


Thanks in advance.

Private Sub ImageCombo1_Click()
     Select Case ImageCombo1.SelectedItem.Index
        Case 1 '
            lColor = vbRed
        Case 2  '
            lColor = vbBlack
        Case 3 '
            lColor = &H808080
        Case 4 '
            lColor = vbYellow
        Case 5 '
            lColor = &H8080&
        Case 6 '
            lColor = &H80FFFF
        Case 7 '
            lColor = vbGreen
        Case 8 '
            lColor = &HFF00FF
        Case 9 '
            lColor = &H80FF&
        Case 10 '
            lColor = vbBlue
    End Select

    ImgEdit1.AnnotationLineColor = lColor
    ImgEdit1.ShowAnnotationToolPalette
    
End Sub

xabalb@cantv.net

RE: Image Edit and Image Annotation control - Imaging for Windows,

Um, wouldn't this be better posted in the vb forum? (Although I'll have a look in MSDN later for you and see if I can spot anything)

=)

Petitpal.

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