The FILETXTOPTIONS structure provides information on loading TXT files in LEADTOOLS.
typedef struct _FILETXTOPTIONS
} FILETXTOPTIONS, *pFILETXTOPTIONS;
Size of the structure. This must be set before passing this structure to the LEAD functions. Use sizeof(FILETXTOPTIONS) to calculate this value.
Flag that indicates whether to call the filter. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Call the filter.|
|FALSE||Do not call the filter.|
The font color.
The high light color. Highlight is the color used as background for the text paragraphs found in the file. If you do not want to show the highlight color, set its value to the same as
The font size in points.
Character string that contains the text font face name.
Indicates whether anti-aliasing should be used when drawing text. Possible values are:
|L_TEXT_ANTI_ALIASING_AUTO||Let LEADTOOLS pick when to use anti-aliasing (Default). In this case, anti-aliasing is enabled when loading at >= 8 bpp and disabled for < 8 bpp.|
|L_TEXT_ANTI_ALIASING_ON||Anti-aliasing is always on.|
|L_TEXT_ANTI_ALIASING_OFF||Anti-aliasing is always off.|
Flag that indicates whether to display the text as bold. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Displays the text as bold.|
|FALSE||Displays the text as not bold.|
Flag that indicates whether to display the text as italic. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Displays the text as italic.|
|FALSE||Displays the text as not italic.|
Flag that indicates whether to display the text underlined. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Displays the text underlined.|
|FALSE||Displays the text as not underlined.|
Flag that indicates whether to display the text with a strikethrough. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Displays the text with a strikethrough.|
|FALSE||Displays the text without a strikethrough.|
Flag that indicates whether long lines of text should be wrapped into several lines or truncated. Possible values are:
|TRUE||Split long text lines into several rows (default).|
|FALSE||Truncate long lines of text.|
The text encoding for files without a byte-order mark (BOM). See L_TEXT_ENCODING for possible values.
This setting is ignored when loading files containing a BOM.
You can check whether a file has a BOM by getting the file information and examining whether FILEINFO.Flags contains the FILEINFO_HAS_BOM flag.
The background color. Background is the color used to fill the result image before rending the text on top of it.
The length of the spaces used for the tab character. Default is 4.
This value is used to replace a tab character in a text.
If set to 0, the tab will not be replaced. The result will depend on the drawing engine used to render the text.
pFILETXTOPTIONS is a pointer to a FILETXTOPTIONS structure.
Text files have no physical width or height in pixels. You can use RASTERIZEDOCOPTIONS to control how the final document is rendered as a raster image. For more information, refer to RASTERIZEDOCOPTIONS.
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