Windows 64 program for testing

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Alan Hadley
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Windows 64 program for testing

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I am currently developing a program which acts as a front end for Image Magick and several other image processing packages, OCV, VTK, POV etc. The result has about a thousand functions that you can combine to do many image related tasks. This is, and will be free software. I am wondering if there is anyone who could try the current version of the program, it is for Windows 64 bit, I have tried it on Windows 7 and 10 with Intel processors and would like to know if it works on other systems, and generally what you think of the program. This is not the release version and uses Image Magick version 7. You do not need to install any of the applications separately the appropriate .dll and .exe files are included in the .zip that you can download from http://micropics.org.uk/Czimps_web/Czimps.htm.

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Re: Windows 64 program for testing

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Sounds interesting. I'll take a look (Windows 8.1 64-bit, Intel).
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Re: Windows 64 program for testing

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Coo.

It immediately answered my first two questions: How to pronounce Czimps, and how to make the text large enough to read. Sadly, the Help screen text doesn't enlarge.

Loading my first image failed because:

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ASCII value for tag "ImageDescription" contains null byte in value; value incorrectly truncated during reading due to implementation limitations. `
TIFFFetchNormalTag' @ warning/tiff.c/TIFFWarnings/857.
In IM, this is merely a warning, but Czimps wouldn't read the image.

The interface is ... unusual. I've figured out how to blur etc. I'll continue later.
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Re: Windows 64 program for testing

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Thanks for your quick response, the font size should change in the Help window as well, I have found why it did not and fixed it. I was treating IM warnings as errors! I have now made warnings create a string with the warning text, i.e. no dialog to close if it happens in a long run. An updated exe is on the same web link.

Akan

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