Stores the window level default values.
L_INT LImageViewer::SetDefaultWindowLevelValues(nCellIndex, nSubCellIndex, nWidth, nCenter, uFlags)
A zero based index of the cell that contains the image to retrieve its default window level values.
A zero-based index into the image list attached to the cell. This image will have its default window level values stored. Pass -1 to apply this effect on all sub-cells. Pass -2 to apply this effect on the selected sub-cell.
Value that represents the window level width that will be set as a default value.
Value that represents the window level center that will be set as a default value.
Flags that determine whether to apply the feature on one or more cells. This value can only be used when the cell is attached to the LImageViewer through the function LImageViewer::InsertCell. Possible values are:
|CELL_APPLYTOTHIS||[0x00000000] Apply the feature to this cell only.|
|CELL_APPLYTOALL||[0x10000000] Apply the feature to all the cells in the Image Viewer.|
|CELL_APPLYTOSELECTED||[0x20000000] Apply the feature to the selected cells in the Image Viewer.|
|SUCCESS||The function was successful.|
|< 1||An error occurred. Refer to Return Codes.|
The default values can be set using either this function, or can be internally calculated when the images are first set in the control using either LImageViewerCell::SetCellBitmapList, or through LImageViewerCell::SetRequestedImage when the low memory usage feature is enabled (for more information, refer to LImageViewerCell::EnableCellLowMemoryUsage function).
This function will not set the current window level values, meaning that the user will not see a change in the image.
To set the current window level values call LImageViewerCell::SetActionProperties.
To get the current window level values call LImageViewerCell::GetActionProperties.
To set the default window level values use the LImageViewerCell::SetDefaultWindowLevelValues function.
To reset the window level values to the default values use the LImageViewerCell::ResetWindowLevelValues function.