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  • RE: Memory and CPU spikes

    Please send us the image you are working with to support@atalasoft.com. We haven't had any problems with this at all. The CPU goes to 100% for a few seconds, then drops back down. ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: Memory and CPU spikes

    The important point is that DLLHost remains at 12Mb and does not continue to increase. This is acceptable for DLLHost when running ASP. As far as the 100% CPU spike, that means the image operation is taking full benefit of your CPU. Because image processing is CPU intensive, this is expected as well. ---------------------------- Bill ...
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: Memory and CPU spikes

    What version of ImgXASP are you using? There are no memory or resource leaks that we're aware of with the current version. What type of images are you processing? In what manner are you stressing ImgXASP? ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: Again Delphi problems

    Make sure you have the VB6 runtimes installed. They are available here: http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q192/4/61.ASP ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: Problem combining 2 images of different resolution

    Tony, The image resolution has nothing to do with how two images will be overlayed. You need to go purely by pixels. If you desire one image of the same pixel dimensions of another image to be scaled differently, you can use one of the many resize methods to change the relative size. For your second question, you'll need to use ImgX.Draw.Image ...
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: GIF and TIF license - not again!

    You can trap an error like this: [code] On Error Resume Next ImgX.Import.FromFile ''filename'' if err.number = ixeLZWNotActivated then ImgX.Import.FromPicture LoadPicture(''filename'') endif On Error Goto 0 [/code] ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: GIF and TIF license - not again!

    Yes. Microsoft paid millions to Unisys for that license, but it still doesn't give customers the license to use it for non-profit/non-commercial use. We have a Unisys license ourselves but are restricted from providing LZW functionality to our customers unless we have proof that our customer has an LZW license themselves. This license will ...
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: GIF and TIF license - not again!

    Actually, you are not licensed to display GIF images using the vb image control. http://www.microsoft.com/DEVONLY/Unisys.htm You can read any kind of TIF images with the exception of LZW encoded TIF's and yes, we do plan on removing this restriction when the patent expires as long as it's legal to do so. ---------------------------- Bill ...
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: Line break in DrawText

    In VB and ASP the equivalent to a /n is vbCrlf. Make sure you are drawing bound text and just append a vbCrLf to your string like this: text = ''This is two'' & vbCrLf & ''lined text'' ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003
  • RE: 6.3 requires .NET?

    Try downloading the installer again. That was fixed yesterday afternoon. ---------------------------- Bill Bither Atalasoft President/Senior Developer
    Posted to ImgX (Forum) by Bill Bither on May 15, 2003