LImageViewerCell::GetCellTag

#include "ltwrappr.h".

L_INT LImageViewerCell::GetCellTag(uRow, uAlign, pTagInfo, uFlags)

Retrieves the cell tag information.

Parameters

L_UINT uRow

The number of rows to count before reaching the Sub-cell tag to be retrieved.

L_UINT uAlign

Value that specifies the origin point from which to count the rows specified in the uRow parameter. For example, if uAlign is DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMLEFT and uRow is 4, the application will count 4 rows from the bottom and place the tag on that location. Possible values are:

Value Meaning
DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPLEFT [0x0000] Start counting rows from the top of the cell. The tag will be left justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_LEFTCENTER [0x0001] Place the tag in the center, based on the height of the cell The tag will be left-justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMLEFT [0x0002] Start counting rows from the bottom of the cell. The tag will be left justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPCENTER [0x0003] Place the tag in the center, based on the width of the cell. The tag will be top-justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMCENTER [0x0004] Place the tag in the center, based on the width of the cell. The tag will be bottom-justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_TOPRIGHT [0x0005] Start counting rows from the top of the cell. The tag will be right justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_RIGHTCENTER [0x0006] Place the tag in the center, based on the height of the cell. The tag will be right-justified.
DISPWIN_ALIGN_BOTTOMRIGHT [0x0007] Start counting rows from the bottom of the cell. The tag will be right justified.

DISPCELLTAGINFO * pTagInfo

Pointer to a DISPCELLTAGINFO structure that provides information about the tag specified using the uRow and uAlign parameters.

L_UINT uFlags

Reserved for future use. Pass 0.

Returns

Value Meaning
SUCCESS The function was successful.
< 1 An error occurred. Refer to Return Codes.

Comments

If you are planning to retrieve the text, be sure to allocate enough space to hold the tag text.

This function retrieves the Cell tag. The cell tag is the tag that appears on all the frames in the cell. You can create a cell tag using the LImageViewerCell::SetCellTag function.

To create a tag that appears only on the desired frame, use the LImageViewerCell::SetSubCellTag function.

Required DLLs and Libraries

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