Atalasoft widens camera RAW support
DotImage 9.0b release adds save and print methods to SilverlightImageViewer and extends RAW camera support.
Adding AJAX annotations to a scanned document.
Atalasoft DotImage Document Imaging is an advanced document imaging imaging toolkit that can add advanced image viewing, editing, printing, scanning, and annotating support to an application. DotImage Document Imaging includes an imaging class library, a Windows Forms control library, an ASP.NET Server-Side Image Viewer, DotTwain for advanced TWAIN scanning, and DotAnnotate for advanced annotations. Full documentation is integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio. DotImage includes Silverlight controls and enhanced AJAX support such as drag-and-drop Web thumbnails.
The following editions are available:
The following add-ons and codecs are available to extend DotImage functionality:
Updates in 9.0b
- DotImage Photo is now free
- Added a MouseUp and MouseDown event to WPF Controls
- Added support to run the Silverlight viewer out-of-browser.
- Made OMR detect lines and crosses better.
- Added a Save method to the SilverlightImageViewer.
- Added a Print method to the SilverlightImageViewer to simplify printing.
- Updated the RAW codec to support more cameras
- Detect licensing errors better in Silverlight and give better error messages.
- Fixed a bug with serializing SilverlightInkAnnotation.
- Fixed a bug in the WebAnnotationViewer that would cause all properties of a LayerAnnotation to revert back to defaults.
- Fixed a bug where WebViewerControl.RegisterScriptInclude throws FileNotFound when an optional assembly wasn't found.
- Fixed a bug in the WebAnnotationViewer that would show all layers on the last page, when annotations were added inside a RemoteInvoke.
- Fixed a bug with saving a Silverlight PdfMarkupAnnotation highlighter.
- Fixed an issue with DotTwain locking up some TWAIN 2.x drivers that issue callbacks from a separate thread.
- Support the Web Viewing Suite license in Silverlight.
- Fixed a bug that would cause an error in IE when zooming in on multiple text annotations.
- Fixed the XMPFormatter to deserialize arrays in annotations.
- Added support for printing Silverlight annotations.
- Fixed a bug with deserializing a Silverlight PdfMarkupAnnotation highlighter.
- Twain ActiveX Control updated to resolve installation issues on some machines. However, users currently experiencing the "repeating install" bug need to manually uninstall.
- Fixed a bug with the Silverlight image processing requests creating an invalid query if a query is already used to access the hosting web page.
- Fixed a bug that didn't allow AnnotationChanging to fire while an annotation was changing in the WebThumbnailViewer.
- Fixed a bug with SilverlightInkAnnotation not serializing correctly if it had not been visible.
- Added AnnotationRequested event for the WebAnnotationViewer.
- Fixed a bug with the Silverlight CompositePrintPageLayout calculations.
- Fixed an issue with the AtalasoftSilverlightExceptionEventArgs.ToString method returning duplicate information.
- Reduced the number of server requests when opening an image in the SilverlightImageViewer.
- Added support for multi-clicking of the Silverlight selection mouse tool.
- Fixed a bug with the ThumbnailView preventing small change Scroll events.
- Fixed a bug that was preventing custom annotations from using protected serialization constructors.
Established in 2000, Atalasoft is a provider of a high-performance, standards-compliant .NET Framework imaging libraries targeted towards authors of document processing and management systems and photographic imaging. The company offers unparalleled ease of integration through CLR compliant objects, logically laid-out object hierarchies, rock-solid implementation, and first-rate support. Atalasoft's components have been used to quickly add imaging functionality to applications thus saving money and reducing development time.Atalasoft’s customers include fortune 500 companies, medical imaging corporations, aerospace engineering, software development firms, and web developers from all over the world.