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I have some variable-length text (artist and title from MP3) to draw with Prospeed. How can I figure out the dimensions of the text or otherwise center the text on a drawing surface?

Edit: Looks like this is possible using the _WinAPI_GetTextExtentPoint32 function as in this thread: Measure String Length

Edited by mlowery

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found another public link at http://www.jacdelad.bplaced.de/frabbing/ProSpeed_dll.zip

Ver.: 3.0


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hi,

Does someone can open the prospeed.dll this day ?

Compiled example work well, but with source, i got an error :

$S_DLL = DllOpen(@ScriptDir & "ProSpeed.dll")

return me "-1"

thanks

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Is the dll in the same folder as the script? If the file isn't there, then you will need to find a copy and place it in there. There's a in the post above.

yes dll is in the same folder, and i give a try to forced path with no success too ( @Scriptdir & "prospeed.dll" ) an ( "c:prospeed.dll")

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What OS and what bitness (x86 or x64)? Also which dll are you using and does it match the OS version you're using it on? Have you tried moving the file out of the C: root to another less protected area of the drive?


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Have you tried:

$S_DLL = DllOpen("ProSpeed.dll")

:think: ?

yes this is the syntax use in example file...

I use Win 7 x64.... compiled example work so i can assume the library is x64 compatible :think:

edit : and yes i moved script and dll in different folder to check, with no success

Edited by pinkfoyd

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yes this is the syntax use in example file...

I use Win 7 x64.... compiled example work so i can assume the library is x64 compatible :think:

edit : and yes i moved script and dll in different folder to check, with no success

make sure you have the right prospeed.dll and udf together

there are different versions 2.8 and 3.0

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Hello guys and sorry for a noob question, using Prospeed and CompareBytes is possible to make a sort of image comparison ( in memory ) and get the difference of the two images in percentage? If is possible i'm glad if someone post an example. Many thanks

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