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    Thank you for the latest version 4.5.30, it works without aforementioned problems for me.

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    Working great, i don't have to change the shortcuts anymore !!
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    v4.5.30 has been working well but today I suddenly can't open it anymore. A re-install didn't solve the problem.
    I am getting two Error messages:

    1) Error 339 (Le composant 'COMDLG32.OCX' ou une de ses dépendances n'est pas correctement enregistré: un fichier est absent ou incorrect) in procedure Form_Initialize of Feuille frmMain at line: 10

    2) Error 339 (Le composant 'COMDLG32.OCX' ou une de ses dépendances n'est pas correctement enregistré: un fichier est absent ou incorrect) in procedure Main of Module Demarrage, at linr: 340
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    Hi Mappperoni
    Have you changed anything in your system? (new program install or Windows updates...)

    Have you verified if you have COMDLG32.OCX in your systemfolder?
    What is your OS? W8.1?

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    I have W8.1 x64 with the last updates from tuesday.
    No new programs I think.
    COMDLG32.OCX is present in the Windows\SysWOW64 folder.
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    Ok
    Maybe, for an unknown reason it is no longer registered....? (maybe a problem with this Patch Tuesday?)
    Please, try this version (the unique change is the registering of COMDLG32.OCX: I had forgotten to register this ocx in previous versions.... so if your COMDLG32.OCX is no longer registered, re-installing the previous versions of TYPViewer will not fix it...)
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    Thanks sherco40, your solution works like a charm!
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    New Greek language file:

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    I am new to TYPviewer and modification of TYP files so I am probably missing something. I used a program IMG2Typ and I got the following Polygons identified in a TXT file as the draw order
    [_drawOrder]
    Type=0x0100,2
    Type=0x0400,2
    Type=0x0500,2
    Type=0x0700,2
    Type=0x0A00,2
    Type=0x0B00,2
    Type=0x0C00,2
    Type=0x0E00,2
    Type=0x1300,2
    Type=0x1800,2
    Type=0x1900,2
    Type=0x1A00,2
    Type=0x2000,1
    Type=0x3C00,1
    Type=0x4600,1
    Type=0x4B00,0
    Type=0x4C00,2
    Type=0x4D00,2
    Type=0x4E00,2
    Type=0x5100,2
    [End]
    These types make sense to me. But when I open up the test file in TYPviewer I get the following:
    [_drawOrder]
    Type=0xb0000,0
    Type=0x000,1
    Type=0x60000,1
    Type=0xc0000,1
    Type=0x10000,2
    Type=0x10000,2
    Type=0x30000,2
    Type=0x40000,2
    Type=0x50000,2
    Type=0x70000,2
    Type=0x80000,2
    Type=0x90000,2
    Type=0xa0000,2
    Type=0xa0000,2
    Type=0xb0000,2
    Type=0xc0000,2
    Type=0xc0000,2
    Type=0xd0000,2
    Type=0xe0000,2
    Type=0xe0000,2
    [End]
    I don't understand what is going on here, some even appear to be the same same polygon type.
    Thanks for any help or clarification you can provide.

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    Hi mullerh

    The polygons with a type less than 0x100 do not have a subtype, so they are often coded 0x4B for example (only 2 digits because it is less than 0x100).
    The polygones with a type equal or more than 0x100 have a subtype so they are often coded 10f04 for example (5 digits).

    So in TYPViewer, the 2 forms are accepted: 0x4B or 0x04B00 (i.e. the form without subtype and so there are only 2 digits and the form with subtype and so with 5 digits)
    But IMG2typ uses another convention : 0x4B00 i.e. 4 digits and TYPViewer does not correctly interpret this...

    In a first time , you can add a "0" after the "0x" in your txt file in order to have 5 digits: the draworder will be correctly interpreted by TYPViewer.

    Then I'll take a look in the code to see if it is possible to make TYPViewer compatible with the 4 digits notation.

    Edit: you can try this new version :
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    Last edited by sherco40; 28th August 2015 at 23:53.

 

 
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