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pierrotsc Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 11:29:28
I use imageenview.deselect to remove the grips from being shown in a selection but it looks like the grips are still showing.
Advice ?
I want to remove the selection by code and hide the selection grips.
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xequte Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 21:57:26

You can set Selectable to prevent layers from being selected (and drawing the selection grips):

You could alternatively set the Grip style to something less obvious:

Also, you can customize the box that is drawn on a selected layer:

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pierrotsc Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 14:03:08
Well it works on mine but i think i am really selecting the layer i found out. I am converting my code from imageenvect to imageenview and using layers instead of objects.
zerob Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 13:21:41
LayersDeselectAll doesn't remove the grips in my app... Are you sure this works? If it really works, what version do you use and what options did you set?
pierrotsc Posted - Jan 16 2019 : 11:39:59
got it..