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handwriting recognition

handwriting recognition

handwriting recognition

Hello to all,

after reading several 100 pages I still have the following problem :

A windows program will be used on android tablet via RDP.
I am thinking of adding handwriting support via MS INK control(?), so the user enters a textbox and a litte form pops up with handwriting / recognition feature.
(Form will also contain a "virtual keyboard" with only some chars, OSK is not useful here)

I found an old sampleprogram using the ink control, but did not manage to implement the recognition part.
The sampleform using "MSInkAut.InkOverlay" works on win1064bit, the sampleform with inkobj.dll does not.

Can anybody share a working sample of text recognition in VFP with MS-Control ?
Does anybody use an external Active-X (maybe commercial) with handwriting/recognition used in VFP ?

Thanks a lot


I also found some autohotkey scripts, they fail, too. with inkedit

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