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#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 7, 2006 8:36:46 AM(UTC)


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I'm using Leadtools v14.5, annotation COM object & dotNet classes. I've added the following:

m_TheAnn1.OnAnnCreate += new LTANNLib._LEADRasterAnnotationEvents_OnAnnCreateEventHandler(OnAnnCreate1);

I'm using:

m_TheAnn1.AnnCreate((short)LTANNLib.AnnObjectType.ANN_OBJECT_STAMP, true, true);

1. I noticed that when I use code to create annotation object like that, event OnAnnCreate1() does not fire. Shouldn't it?

2. Is there anyway to make it fire every time AnnCreate() is calls?


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#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 8, 2006 12:40:36 AM(UTC)


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I get the same thing.   I will have to work on it further to see if it is a bug or not.  I will post back soon.

#3 Posted : Sunday, November 12, 2006 5:56:06 AM(UTC)


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I was unable to solve this, so I reported it to development with this ref#: 5180AMN.  I will post back when I hear back from development.

#4 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2007 1:06:25 AM(UTC)
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I am writing to update you with the status of incident number 5180AMN. Our engineers checked this issue and founds the following:
You can't do this in the Form_Load event.  The window handle for the RasterView control (to which the annotations are attached) is not fully setup at that point.  You can move your code to Form_Activate or any other event that gets fired after the window/form are completely created."

Maen Badwan
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