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Clearing prior image OpenPictureDialog1before execute

Posted on 2001-07-13
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Hi All,
I want to clear the OpenPictureDialog preview panel before each execute so that it opens
with a blank as if it was the first time. In the nomal operation the last selection is on the preview.
Any help and an example would be appreciated.

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by:Jaymol
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Just a guess, but try this...

  With TOpenPictureDialog.Create(nil) do begin
    FileName:='';
    Execute;
    Free;
  end;

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by:Mohammed Nasman
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Hello

  Clear the file name before you call the execute method

  OpenPictureDialog1.FileName :='';
  if OpenPictureDialog1.Execute then
 ......

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Mohammed Nasman
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Hello

  Clear the file name before you call the execute method

  OpenPictureDialog1.FileName :='';
  if OpenPictureDialog1.Execute then
 ......

Best regards
Mohammed Nasman
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by:delphi3
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Mohammed,
What you have suggested does not work. The prior picture is still there when going to load the next picture.
Can you think of another possibility?

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by:Mohammed Nasman
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delphi3, I tested my code and it's work fine

can you plz, post ur code that show the OpenPictureBox, and which event you use?


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by:delphi3
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Mohammed,
My apologies for not testing your answer as written. It does indeed work fine.
I thank you very much.

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