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vrf Picture object

Question asked by VRFuser on Apr 24, 2008
John
 
A little trick I use is to embed my logos in to the VEE program and write them to disk as the first this the program does.
 
This way they are always available and always the right ones.
 
Peter
 

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From: KINZIE, JOHN [mailto:JOHN_KINZIE@appsig.com]
Sent: 23 April 2008 23:15
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Picture object



Hello vrf,

 

I have a program that gets moved back-and-forth between a network drive and a non-networked C drive (for off-site testing).  Everything works fine, except for a Picture object.  The Picture object is loaded programmatically with one of several test setups based on a test the user chooses.  I use an initialization file customized to the program location to tell the program where to look for the pictures.

 

Whenever the program is saved, the filename of the last picture displayed is saved in the Picture object.  The path is saved together with the filename.  Now when the program is moved from the network to the C drive, the path is no longer valid.

 

When the User Object containing the Picture is accessed (either by opening the window in development or running the program), Vee throws a caution window.  After the caution window, the program runs OK when the pictures are found programmatically from the appropriate folder specified in the initialization file.

 

So, how can I fix the Picture object?  Or is there a way to suppress the Caution messages?  Failing that, is there any other way to display a picture (jpg or bmp) file?

 

John Kinzie

john_kinzie@appsig.com

Applied Signal Technology, Inc.

214.547.4720

Fax 214.547.4770

 

 


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