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#1 Posted : Monday, March 10, 2008 12:07:54 PM(UTC)


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How do I keep the annotation property from popping up when a custom annotation is drawn?

Dim tex As New AnnAutomationObject
tex.Id = (mnuitem.Index + 1) * 1000
tex.Name = "Custom"
Dim texp As New AnnTextObject
texp.Pen = New AnnPen(My.Settings.annpencolor, New AnnLength(1, AnnUnit.Display))
texp.Brush = New AnnSolidBrush(My.Settings.annbrushcolor)
texp.TextColor = My.Settings.anntextcolor
texp.Font = New AnnFont(My.Settings.myfontfamilyname.FontFamily, New AnnLength(My.Settings.myfontfamilyname.Size, AnnUnit.Point), My.Settings.myfontfamilyname.Style)
texp.Text = mtext
tex.Object = texp
tex.DrawDesignerType = GetType(AnnTextDrawDesigner)
tex.EditDesignerType = GetType(AnnRectangleEditDesigner)
tex.RunDesignerType = GetType(AnnRunDesigner)
tex.DrawCursor = Cursors.Cross
tex.ContextMenu = AnnAutomationManager.CreateDefaultObjectContextMenu(tex.Id)
tex.UseRotateControlPoints = True
theManager.CurrentObjectId = tex.Id

I am using vb.net and leadtools


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#2 Posted : Wednesday, March 12, 2008 12:51:12 AM(UTC)

Qasem Lubani  

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You can try to achieve this by setting the ShowTextObjectsPropertiesDialogAfterDraw property.

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