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  • Re: How do I apply commands in client script?

    That works great for me. But when I just change:  <input type=''button'' value=''Rotate 90'' onclick=''Rotate(90);''> to: <input type=''image'' src=''./DynamicData/Content/Images/TurnRight.ico'' value=''Rotate 90'' onclick=''Rotate(90);'' /> It doesn't Why is that?
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by aroeder on January 5, 2009
  • KeepAlive for the DotImage WebImageViewer

    Recently, I posted an article describing a simple way to keep a session alive during long periods of inactivity. That works great if your web application doesn't rely on some other information on the server to maintain state. If you use DotImage in your web app, it maintains certain state information in the AtalaCache that needs to be updated ...
    Posted to Jake Opines (Weblog) by jacobl on December 31, 2008
  • CacheLifeTime and File Not Found

    I have a webImageViewer control in an ASPX page (which also has UpdatePanel and UpdateProgress controls). I have the CacheLifeTime setting in the web.config file setup like this: <add key=''AtalasoftWebControls_CacheLifeTime'' value=''20''/> 20 minutes is the same as the site timeout in IIS. The page displays an image (downloaded from an ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by AxeRose on August 4, 2008
  • WebImage Print Quality

    I use the WebImage control to view TIF images in my ASP.NET web app. To print these images, I have followed the directions from David Cilley's blog here. This opens the TIF image in a new IE window and prints. Unfortunately, the quality is not as good as if I printed from some other image application. These images are detailed engineering ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by AxeRose on July 21, 2008
  • A Note Regarding YUI and the WebImageViewer

    When developing two of my applications for 31 Apps in 31 Days (here and here), I discovered an issue with using YUI with our WebImageViewer. The script tag that references the YUI js files must be inside the main form element. If it is not, the DOM of the WebImageViewer gets distroyed and multiple painful errors ...
    Posted to Jake Opines (Weblog) by jacobl on July 21, 2008
  • Queuing up Your Remote Invokes

    The WebImageViewer is a very powerful web control that we offer to our customers. It does a lot of work for you behind the scenes to make the experience as application-like as possible. It even takes that a step further with the RemoteInvoke method and RemoteInvoked event by providing customers with the ability to make server-side function calls ...
    Posted to Jake Opines (Weblog) by jacobl on June 24, 2008
  • Full-Screening your WebImageViewer

    Last week, I posted 2 web apps (here and here) as part of our 31 Apps in 31 Days promotion. They both have one thing in common (outside of the fact that they're online): being full screen WebImageViewers. There are a few hoops that you need to hop through to make it happen, and this article will walk you through it. 1. Create a new Web Site ...
    Posted to Jake Opines (Weblog) by jacobl on May 27, 2008
  • Re: Web Image Viewer to utilize the full height and width of monitor

    The main problem with percentage based height, especially in IE, is that every single parent element all the way up to the root html node must have a defined height in order for this to work.  This includes the html, body, form, and any master page placeholder tags between the form and the object you want to size with ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by David Cilley on April 11, 2008
  • Re: Brightness and Contrast setting when displaying JPEG images using the WebImageViewer.

    Elaine, Thanks for your response. This is good news; I will explore and then report back to the Forum. Bjarne Winkler.  
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by Bjarne on April 8, 2008
  • Brightness and Contrast setting when displaying JPEG images using the WebImageViewer.

    Is there a way that I can set brightness and contrast using the WebImageViewer.  I have looked at the ApplyCommand, but it does not jump out what the command is.  I have tried searching both on-line help and the PDF document for developers and the two words Brightness and Contrast seems missing. Any help or guidance is ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Imaging Discussion (Forum) by Bjarne on April 8, 2008