Attaching to events

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Gabhan
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Attaching to events

Post by Gabhan » Mon Jun 08 2009

I am using Visual Studio 2008 (c#) on Vista SP1 PC. When I drop a Amyuni.PDFCreator.PDFCreator object onto my Windows Forms app, and hook up the pdfCreator1_FireMouseDown event, it never fires. I have tried manually attaching the event, or using the IDE to create the event, but no code I put in the event ever fires.

What I am using the component to do, is read the text from a region of the PDF page highlighted by the user. To do this I need to capture the mouse events to know where the user is highlighting. I can then parse the text on the PDF to return the text in the highlighted region.

Unless anyone else has any ideas on how I can do this. The ActiveX version of the control seems to capture the mouse events, but I would prefer to use the .Net one.

Jose
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Re: Attaching to events

Post by Jose » Mon Jun 08 2009

Hello,

It seems that there was an issue that happens when the host application was/is built using VS 2008.

We have resolved this issue and we will be updating the DLLs on our website in the next few days.

Thanks
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Gabhan
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Re: Attaching to events

Post by Gabhan » Mon Jun 08 2009

Tested the new version and it worked perfectly for me.

Many thanks for the prompt response and updates.

Regards,

Gabhan O'Loughlin
Input Systems

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