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#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 28, 2009 4:23:49 AM(UTC)

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Hi Basel.
Your exemple and my application worked fine.
I was triggering "WindowLevel action type" on "MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left" fired on Load_Form event. This way, Double-Click event doesn't work.
I disabled that code on Form_Load event and worked fine.

Thanks for you help!

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#2 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2009 3:51:59 AM(UTC)

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I'm using Leadtools 16.0 licensed version working with VB.NET 2008.
I use MedicalViewer component to show only 2 images (2 cells) and I want to use double_click event to "expand" the selected cell/image,
showing only 1 cell (that selected one). Double-clicking again, returns the original viewer (2 cells).
I know that when I have a medicalviewer action like WindowLevel, fired by left mouse button, the Double_click event doesn't work.

I would like to use both functionalities (windowlevel action and double_clik event to alternate image viewer). I know that
Leadtools VBMedicalViewerDemo project has this behaviour and works fine (but I can't understand why).

#3 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2009 6:25:53 AM(UTC)


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