ImageViewer.Object.SetMode Function
/pages/Ref/Api/Objects/Utility/ImageViewer/ImageViewer.Object.SetMode Method.xml
The .Object.SetMode() method sets the display mode of an image in an Xdialog {ImageViewer} control.
Addressing Types
/pages/Guides/Xbasic/Addressing Types.xml
There are four basic types of addressing available in Alpha Anywhere.
{dialog.object}.loadJavascriptFile Method
/pages/Ref/Client_Api/UX/{dialog.object} methods/{dialog.object}.loadJavascriptFile Method.xml
Loads an external JavaScript file.
Printing Images
/pages/Guides/Report/Printing Techniques/Printing Images.xml
The default Display Mode for image files on reports is "Absolute". This mode prints one picture pixel per printer pixel. The result will typically produce a print image smaller than you desire.
/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/UI Functions/Miscellaneous/UI_SHOW_IMAGE Function.xml
The UI_SHOW_IMAGE() function displays a pop-up dialog displaying a Windows Bitmap (.BMP) or JPEG (.JPG) image. If filename is null, A5 prompts. Stype is 'Best Fit', 'Absolute' or 'Stretch'
/pages/Ref/Desktop_Api/UI Functions/UI Get/UI_GET_TABLE Function.xml
Prompt for table and/or set. Display choices from current database. Type is "table","set" or "both".
{grid.object}.pageNavigate Method
/pages/Ref/Client_Api/Grid/{grid.object}.pageNavigate Method.xml
Navigates to the specified page.
UX Component
/pages/Client/Guide/Design/View/Grid/UX Component - Older Page.xml
This is an older UX Component page that gives a general overview of the builders categories, properties, and features. For a more current description of the UX builder visit the other UX Component page.
ImageViewer Control - Displaying Images on an Xdialog
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/ImageViewer Control - Displaying Images on an Xdialog.xml
The {ImageViewer} control - a control displays a .BMP, .GIF, .JPG, or .PNG image on an Xdialog.
Specifying Colors
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Specifying Colors.xml
Alpha Anywhere provides extremely fine control over colors when you set the properties of object on layouts, or when you specify a color in an Xdialog form.