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#1 Posted : Friday, October 7, 2005 10:15:06 PM(UTC)

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I am using LEADTOOLS V14 Raster Imaging Pro C++ Class library to display DICOM images.
I use LBitmapWindow Class for the display of the images.

Now I need to give annotation tools for the images. I also need to
store the annotated values in memory. I got an information that the
annotated values will be stored in a file (not sure which format) and that file can be loaded. Is that possible.

For annotation is that ok if I change my window data type from LBitmapWindow to LAnnotationWindow.


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#2 Posted : Tuesday, October 11, 2005 1:53:16 AM(UTC)
Maen Hasan

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Please read the following (the following description is from the Classlib help file):

"The LAnnotationWindow class is
derived from the LBitmapWindow class.  You can consider this class
as a full windowed control that is capable of displaying bitmaps with
annotations.  LAnnotationWindow extends LBitmapWindow by adding
functionality for displaying Annotations through an automated interface with an easy to use Annotation toolbar."

"The LAnnotationWindow class
implements annotations by turning on automated features. Using command
notification messages, the LAnnotationWindow object can be used in a
manner similar to standard Windows controls for dialogs.  By
overriding the virtual functions provided by LAnnotationWindow and the
base class LBitmapWindow, you can use LAnnotationWindow objects as a
regular window, which handles most messages for you. For more
information on the two ways in which LAnnotationWindow objects can be used, refer to LAnnotationWindow:Window vs Control."

So it's OK to change from LBitmapWindow to use LAnnotationWindow.

Also, you can save your annotations to memory by using the LAnnContainer::SaveMemory function.

Maen Badwan
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