acjgenius at earthlink.net
Wed Oct 30 21:29:30 EST 2002
Well... First you are doing things the absolute slowest way possible for
the pixmaps.. gaah! it was like moving through muck.. anyway. after
turning off the pixmaps I saw what you meant I think. However the
problem is not one I am completely certain how to take care of.. since I
can't find it! What you might do however with your code is use TextRect
instead of TextOut.. and just turn off the clipping flag until its fixed
in the LCL. I think that the problem must be in ExtSelectRgn somewhere
but I am in the dark as to what or where.(yet..)
On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 20:48, Jesus Reyes wrote:
> Ok, here is the code I'm working at, it is a grid in a
> very preeliminar state but I only want to show the
> TextRect problem, to see it do the following.
> 1). Select Cell col=2, row=1 ( Cell[2,1] )
> 2). Press F2
> 3). Write "This is a long string of text"
> 4). Press ENTER
> -the text should span thru 2 more cells
> 5). Select Cell[3,1]
> 6). Press F2 and Write "HERE" an then ENTER
> The Text at Cell[2,1] Should be clipped, but it
> doesn't (at least in my box).
> Now, Toggle the checkbox to test a substitute of
> TextRect. (you should navigate on the grid so it gets
> Jesus Reyes A.
> --- andrew johnson <acjgenius at earthlink.net> escribió:
> > On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 01:13
> > "Jesus Reyes" wrote:
> > > By the way, TextRect has problems when
> > TextStyle.Clipped=true I think
> > > because it does not restore the clip region.
> > I haven't done extensive testing but I just looked
> > at the code, and before
> > the clipping is set we back up the DC with SaveDC,
> > and when we are done we
> > restore it with RestoreDC so if there IS a problem
> > it is not in DrawText.
> > Could you please elaborate on what the problem
> > actually is?
> > Andrew
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