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  1. Hello, Do you have any idea to resize Vector graphic using some maths trick? It's example to create Vector image 10x10px and write A Local $a10x10 = [ _ 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1, _ 1,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,1,1, _ 1,1,0,0,1,1,0,0,1,1, _ 1,1,0,1,1,1,1,0,1,1, _ 1,1,0,1,1,1,1,0,1,1, _ 1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1, _ 1,1,0,1,1,1,1,0,1,1, _ 1,1,0,1,1,1,1,0,1,1, _ 1,0,0,0,1,1,0,0,0,1, _ 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1 _ ] Local $oVector = ObjCreate("WIA.Vector.1") If Not IsObj($oVector) Then ConsoleWrite("+++ Error " & @error & " durning create a Vector.object." & @CRLF) Exit EndIf Local $iBlue = 0xFF0000FF ; ARGB color Local $iWhite = 0xFFFFFFFF ; adding pixels to vector For $i = 0 To UBound($a10x10) - 1 Local $iPixel = $a10x10[$i] Local $iColor = $iBlue If $iPixel = 0 Then $iColor = $iWhite $oVector.Add($iColor) Next ; create a img 10x10 px Local $oImg = $oVector.ImageFile(10, 10) ; path to file Local $sPath = @ScriptDir & "\Vector.bmp" ; delete previous file if exits. FileDelete($sPath) ; save img to script direction. $oImg.SaveFile($sPath) ; show result, you have to use 800% size to see effects. ShellExecute("Vector.bmp")
  2. i used this code to take names for a text file called data and put the info of the image and it location from the data file into the gui interface but it only detect the lines with the info and it do not show the images . here is the code #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <AVIConstants.au3> #include <TreeViewConstants.au3> #include <GuiComboBox.au3> #include <GuiTab.au3> #include <file.au3> #include <array.au3> _Main() Func _Main() Local $idTab1 $Form1 = GUICreate("Form1", 500, 334, 240, 182) $Group1 = GUICtrlCreateGroup("Group1", 20, 12, 249, 314) $idButton6 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Info", 50, 270, 185, 49) GUICtrlCreateGroup("", -99, -99, 1, 1) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) Global $fileMPA = "C:\T-in\MPA\data.txt" FileOpen($fileMPA, 0)    Global $line1 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , 1) $imp = 0 $idTab1 = GUICtrlCreateTab(300, -3, 180, 330) GUICtrlCreateTabItem("imglist1") GUICtrlSetTip(-1, '#Region TAB1') GUICtrlSetTip(-1, '#Region LIST') Local $imglist1 = GUICtrlCreateList("", 307, 26, 164, 304) $cline =_FileCountLines($fileMPA)  While  $imp < $cline $line2 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , $imp + 2)  $imp = $imp + 7 if $line2 = ""  then     ExitLoop    else  GUICtrlSetData(-1, ""& $line2 &"", "")  endif WEnd GUICtrlCreateTabItem("imagelist2") GUICtrlSetTip(-1, '#Region TAB2') GUICtrlCreateTabItem("imagelist3") GUICtrlSetTip(-1, '#Region TAB3') While 1     $Msg = GUIGetMsg()     Select         Case $Msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE             Exit             Global $whatnow = GUICtrlRead($imglist1) Case $Msg = $idButton6             $imp2 = 0              While  $imp2 < 30 $line2 = FileReadLine($fileMPA ,$imp2 + 2) $line3 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , $imp2 + 3) $line7 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , 7)  $imp2 = $imp2 + 7 if $line2 = ""  then  ExitLoop             If GUICtrlRead($imglist1) = ""& $line2 &""  Then MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "img info" , $line3)                WEnd             EndSelect $imp2 = 0              While  $imp2 < 30 $line2 = FileReadLine($fileMPA ,$imp2 + 2) $line3 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , $imp2 + 3) $line7 = FileReadLine($fileMPA , 7)  $imp2 = $imp2 + 7     Select Case GUICtrlRead($imglist1) = ""& $line2 &"" if $line2 = "" then ExitLoop     $Pic1 = GUICtrlCreatePic(""& $line7 &"", 185, 28, 233, 230) If GUICtrlRead($imglist1) then  ExitLoop EndSelect WEnd     WEnd  EndFunc   ;==>_Main the data.txt file content is Hibiscus Hibiscus is a hardy perennial which grows in variety of colors, sizes and fragrances. Actually they are tropical flowers which require ample sunlight and moisture to grow well. These flowers start blooming in late spring and continuously bloom through July and August. C:\T-in\IMG\2.jpg Lilies There are different types of lily flowers which bloom in August including water lilies, tiger lilies and gold band lilies. Tiger lilies generate orange flowers having black spots. This lily blooms in delayed July and beginning of August. Gold band lily produce exotic white blooms. All varieties of lilies need enough space to grow and protection from summer sun. C:\T-in\IMG\1.jpg Turtlehead Growing in humid areas, turtleheads are small flowers which bloom from July to September. They mostly produce flowers of white and pink color. C:\T-in\IMG\3.jpg Hydrangea These are ever green bushes which produce flowers in different colors including white, purple, blue and pink. They are easy to grow bushes and can grow 3 to 10 feet tall. They require morning sun to grow but they should be protected from noon and afternoon sun. C:\T-in\IMG\4.jpg Dahlias August proves to be the peak blooming season for dahlias. Dahlias come in colors like white, orange, yellow, red and purple. They can tolerate all types of soil and require full sun to grow.
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