11-19-2012 11:13 PM
I am trying to erase an image but i couldn't . Now I have to erase an image , Can anyone knows how to Erase an Image . Please give me suggestions.
Thanks & Regards,
11-20-2012 12:14 AM
Scroll to that image and just press the delete button placed on the right hand side and if confirmation is set on then u will be asked a confirmation message after which your photo will get deleted
11-20-2012 02:24 AM
You are going to need to give us some more detailed information about what you are trying to do exactly so that we can assist you.
Is it an image in your app or on the file browser? How are you doing it at the moment? Did you get any errors when you try to "erase" the image, etc.
11-20-2012 02:57 AM
I am trying to erase an image which exists in my application and when we touch on the image then touched part get erased but I couldn't do that one.
I drew a transparent rectangle on the image but image was not erased how to erase that touched part of the Image.
Thanks & Regards ,
11-20-2012 03:03 AM
If the image is added to your application/screen as a field, you could override the touch event to delete the field that you're selecting.
Have a look at the following link:
11-21-2012 05:25 AM
I think you could have explained this problem better at the start.
Just to confirm, you have a background behind you image and you wish to make the part of the image that is touched transparent, so that the background can be seen through it?
Assuming this is a correct statement of your problem, there are in fact a number of steps in this processing that you could be having problems with:
a) detect touch event
b) determining where on your visible image this touch event actually is
c) determining where on the actual image Bitmap, this is relates too
d) converting this portion of the actual Bitmap to be transparent
e) Displaying the changed Bitmap when you have made it transparent
f) Determining how much of the Bitmap to make transparent.
So which step are you having problems with?
Please don't say all of it. You can't be having problems with the later steps if you have not completed the earlier steps.