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klausdoege Posted - Oct 14 2019 : 08:09:32
Hi,
I have the following problem with curved text objects.
If I insert the object into the image with "Merge Objects",
the lowest part is cut off.
Normal text without a curve works fine.
How can I prevent this
Before inserting:

After insert:


Klaus
www.klausdoege.de
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klausdoege Posted - Oct 31 2019 : 06:47:23
Hi Nigel,
Great, now it's perfect again.
Thanks for the quick help.

Klaus
www.klausdoege.de

xequte Posted - Oct 30 2019 : 18:34:37
Hi Klaus

There will be a fix for this in 8.7.1. You can resolve it by defining:

{$DEFINE UseGDITextOut}

In ievect.pas

Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
klausdoege Posted - Oct 30 2019 : 14:06:26
Here is a supplement to all text objects.
For all texts with curves, the selection points are partly within the text. This is very bad usable.
Only the dots in normal vertical and horizontal text are OK.
This is the current image version.




Klaus
www.klausdoege.de
xequte Posted - Oct 14 2019 : 18:56:23
Hi Klaus

Yes, there looks to be a draw issue there. We'll investigate when we're next working on TImageEnVect.


Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com