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klausdoege Posted - Dec 16 2018 : 15:46:50
Hello,
It is possible in the component TImageEnLayerMView
not to display a certain layer.
Although she is seen in the picture?
I need this for work with a special layer.

Klaus
www.klausdoege.de
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xequte Posted - Feb 22 2019 : 14:57:17
Hi Klaus

This will be possible in 8.3.0 (ready later today, if all goes to plan) using the OnIncludeLayer event.


// Exclude masks from view
function TMyForm.IELayerMView1IncludeLayer(Sender: TObject; LayerIndex: integer; Layer: TIELayer; var Include: Boolean);
begin
  if Layer.IsMask = False then
    Include := False;
end;


Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
xequte Posted - Dec 17 2018 : 05:41:42
Hi Klaus

It is not possible at this time, though I may add this as a feature.

You can do it manually by using a TImageEnMView, calling AssignLayers and then removing the unwanted layer (whenever the layers change).

See the example code at:

https://www.imageen.com/help/ImageEn/TImageEnMView.AssignLayers.html



Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com