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#1 Posted : Friday, August 18, 2006 4:34:09 AM(UTC)
David Laabs

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I use the C++ Class Library of the Raster Imaging Pro 14.5.

I searched for a CommonBitmapOpenDialog and a CommonBitmapPreviewDialog. I found out that there was a LDialog Class in previous Versions of the Raster Imaging Library and that is has been removed. Is there a pendant in the current version?

The Open-Dialog shoud have folder navigation (like the normal Windows FileOpenDialog) and a standard filter für all supported image file formats. A Preview of the Image would be great here.

The Preview-Dialog should have the possibility to zoom in and out and to scroll the bitmap shown.


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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 22, 2006 9:39:15 PM(UTC)

Qasem Lubani  

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Yes, we have a new set of replacement classes for the LDialog class, which include the "LDialogFile" class for more advanced functionality. This functionality includes Image File Dialogs; such as DoModalOpen, DoModalSave and DoModalGetDirectory.

You can call the LDialogFile::DoModalOpen to display the LEAD open dialog box, that  has folder navigation, a standard filter for all supported image file formats and an image preview.

For more information please refer to "LEADTOOLS Common Dialogs Class Library Help File Version 14.5"

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