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TQRImage Problem

Posted on 2000-03-20
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I'm trying to generate Reports with Quickreport 2.0 and Delphi 3.0. Because I want to print the content of a TTreeView I need a TQRLabel and a TQRImage Component. With the TQRLabel all is OK. But when I try to print the TQRImage I run into a problem:
In the Quickreport Preview all is perfect. If I print the same Quickreport the TQRImages are all blank.
Does anybody has an idea why that's so?

Thanks in advance
Dominik
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Question by:weyermann
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by:Epsylon
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Install the lastest updates. That's all I can recommend...
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by:SuperSy
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I have no clue, but am just curious.  

Have you tried "Send to back" on the TQRImage?
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by:weyermann
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SuperSy,

Ok, that was it. I don't know why in the hell this works, but it does.

Could you post your comment as an answer? Thanks for your help.

Regards
Dominik
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SuperSy earned 20 total points
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I found this FAQ in QuickReport's website <www.qusoft.com> and it said something about printing order --- things in the back are printed before things in the front. (Or was it the other way around?)  

Anyway, glad it worked!  ^_^

SuperSy
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