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#1 Pawel_pl

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 09:16 PM

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My problem: How can I make it more useful?? :rant:
It means: How can I make: menu, zoom, virtuall scrolls (=you don't see them, because you can rewind the page(window) by the keyboard), etc. :banghead:

The 1.cpa file is there: :blink:
http://pw071.w.interia.pl/1.rar

If you have some idea, you'll write to me. If you want, I will send you the code. :rolleyes:

Who can help me??
I am beginner in C++ (I know only Pascal language well B) ).

(sorry for my English) :lol:

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Posted 04 March 2006 - 12:22 PM

I don't understand.... :huh: What do you want to do? A picture viewer? So send me the code at kilburn AT capsteam.org I'll try to help you. ;)
To add virtual scroll to you window you should just add the flag WSM_AUTOSCROLL|WSM_CONTINUOUS to the window with the SetScrollMode function. To add a menu, you should read the SDK Programming Guide, everything is explained. ;) The zoom is a bit more complicated, but not so.

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Posted 04 March 2006 - 02:45 PM

Yes, I want to do for example picture viewer or 'book in classapd'.

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Posted 09 March 2006 - 04:37 AM

My problem: How can I make it more useful?? :rant:
It means: How can I make: menu, zoom, virtuall scrolls (=you don't see them, because you can rewind the page(window) by the keyboard), etc. :banghead:

There already is a picture viewer (actually it's a picture editor) that can view a really big picture and scroll...
http://www.classpad....hp?id=128&cat=3

A basic version that includes the source in on cpsdk.com. You could use it as-is, or you can updated the source to be just a viewer.

http://www.cpsdk.com...wtopic.php?t=94

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Posted 09 March 2006 - 09:31 AM

You could easily implement a simple viewer for those pictures in Lua btw :D

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Posted 09 March 2006 - 08:17 PM

I am not interested in something like Bitmap Editor.
I would like to scan a few page from book, and then I would like to copy them into Classpad as separately pages with viewer (I can not do viewer, and keyboard scrolls - I don't want to have visible scrolls - I don't know where should I put correct code and how should it looks)
When you use *.msc files, you have only 0,5 MB space. When you write the program in C++ you could have 5 MB free space.
For example: I did copy of my book to physics: I fit 130 A5 pages into classpad. All pages are in good quality, but navigation is uncomfortable. :arrow:



How can I do something like this with BitmapEditor or Lua?? :newline:
How can I save *.mcs file in 5MB memory?? :newline:
BitmapEditor and Lua are not useful for me, I think.
How can I make *.mcs files with big pictures on computer?? :newline:

It's all Greek to me. :banghead:


Can somebody help me??

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 03:28 AM

Some kind of "PDF" viewer?. Could be useful, mostly for cheat on school.

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 05:41 PM

Let's see, you want to fit 5M of images and you don't want to scroll with the keyboard? I can't imagine how would do this. :blink:

I would think that a scanned page would be difficult to read on the ClassPad. It has only black and white so it can't anti-alias the fonts. I would think the point-size of the font would have to be too big and you would have to scroll too much.

Why not use OCR to convert it to text. CPLua has a very nice small font so you could fit a lot of text on the screen and it would be very readable.

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 08:47 PM

'Let's see, you want to fit 5M of images and you don't want to scroll with the keyboard?'

I WANT TO SCROLL ONLY WITH KEYBOARD. I DON'T WANT SROLL WITH PEN. Do you understand me? (Is it my bad English fault?) :unsure:

OCR: What can it do with formula?? I will have to write all formulas personally. It could be uncomfortable.

How can I copy the text from computer to CPlua. How can I make files with text format for CPLua on computer?? Notepad will be ok?? I don't know where can I find informations like this??

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 09:00 PM

'Let's see, you want to fit 5M of images and you don't want to scroll with the keyboard?'

I WANT TO SCROLL ONLY WITH KEYBOARD. I DON'T WANT SROLL WITH PEN. Do you understand me? (Is it my bad English fault?) :unsure:

Now I understand. :D BitEdit will scroll with the keys of you are in Pan mode (the mode with the hand). If you know how to program C++ you can use the source code on CPSDK.com and update it so the only mode is pan mode. This will make it a bitmap viewer that is always in scroll mode.

You could even convert all your bitmaps to C++ source code and build them into the add-in. This is a way to fit more bitmaps in since MCS only has 512K and Flash has 4M. ;)

OCR: What can it do with formula?? I will have to write all formulas personally. It could be uncomfortable.

Yeah, that would be a problem. Most OCR software will not handle equations.




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