IT-LIST Digest 2Topics covered in this issue include:  1) File Importing	by Robert Apodaca   2) problem on first running Image Tool	by jeriksen@teleport.com (Jeff Eriksen)  3) Re: File Importing	by ben   4) Re: problem on first running Image Tool	by boan@quanta.vfo.dec.com (Tim QUANTA::BOAN DTN 439-5460)  5) Bug	by "Henrik Kaker, SZ - Metal Ravne"   6) RE: Bug	by Don Wilcox   7) 	by berquin@fymu.ucl.ac.be (Anne Berquin)  8) Installation on windows nt ver 3.5	by "Phillips, John (IMS) (*)"   9) Re: Installation on windows nt ver 3.5	by DWH  10) Re: Installation on windows nt ver 3.5	by DWH  11) density scans	by "_ _ _ _ _ MARK W. LUND _ _ _ _ _"  12) RE: density scans	by Don Matthys ----------------------------------------------------------------------Date: Mon, 27 Nov 1995 14:36:25 -0600From: Robert Apodaca To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: File ImportingMessage-ID: <199511272036.OAA02844@mgr.dynetics.com>Has anyone modified or developed a filter or plug-in that allows flexibleimporting of binary files like NIH Image does?  Specific options wanted are:        Width        Height        Offset (or Header)        Bits per pixel        Signed or Unsigned        Byte SwappingIf anyone has, please contact me before I reinvent the wheel.  Thanks!*****************************************************************Robert Apodaca                               Dynetics, Inc.Systems Engineer                             1051 Enterprise WaySystems Analysis & Engineering Dept.         Huntsville, AL(205) 922-9230, x293                               35806-2800fax   922-9029                   ********************************                   * email:  apodaca@dynetics.com *                   ********************************------------------------------Date: Mon, 27 Nov 1995 21:18:51 -0800From: jeriksen@teleport.com (Jeff Eriksen)To: IT-LIST@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: problem on first running Image ToolMessage-ID: <199511280518.VAA27947@desiree.teleport.com>I installed Image Tool on a dual-boot Win311/WinNT-WS system under WinNT.When I tried to execute it, I got the following:IT.EXE: entry point not foundThe proc. entry poitn PropertySheetA could not be located in the DLL libraryCOMCTL32.dll(click OK)the application failed to init properlyI am runnning WinNT Workstation 3.50 (Build 807)the file COMCTL32.dll is in c:\windows\system32, 58,544 bytes, 9/4/94Do I need a more recent version of WinNT of this DLL?Thanks for your help, anyone.Jeff Eriksen                             *   K. Jeffrey Eriksen, Ph.D.Scientific Systems Engineer              *   ScientistEEG Dept, T340                           *   Principal InvestigatorLegacy Good Samaritan Hospital           *   Electrical Geodesics1015 NW 22nd Ave                         *   1811 Garden Ave, Suite 104Portland, OR 97210                       *   Eugene, OR  97401(503) 229-7886 voice, 237-5568 pager     +   (503) 687-7962 voice(503) 790-1272 fax                       +   (503) 687-7963 faxJEriksen@teleport.com                    *   JEriksen@egi.com;http://www.egi.com/~egi/------------------------------Date: Tue, 28 Nov 1995 09:48:27 -0500 (EST)From: ben To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.edu, dlc@occiput.lsrc.duke.eduSubject: Re: File ImportingMessage-ID: I had mailed the list earlier and found out that it was not able to what you have just asked.  Yeah, I even stuck in the little phrase "...like NIH Image does" to see if it would motivate anyone.  On Mon, 27 Nov 1995, Robert Apodaca wrote:> Has anyone modified or developed a filter or plug-in that allows flexible> importing of binary files like NIH Image does?  Specific options wanted are:> >         Width>         Height>         Offset (or Header)>         Bits per pixel>         Signed or Unsigned>         Byte Swapping> > If anyone has, please contact me before I reinvent the wheel.  Thanks!> *****************************************************************> > Robert Apodaca                               Dynetics, Inc.> Systems Engineer                             1051 Enterprise Way> Systems Analysis & Engineering Dept.         Huntsville, AL> (205) 922-9230, x293                               35806-2800> fax   922-9029>                    ********************************>                    * email:  apodaca@dynetics.com *>                    ********************************> > ------------------------------Date: Tue, 28 Nov 1995 14:10:03 -0500From: boan@quanta.vfo.dec.com (Tim QUANTA::BOAN DTN 439-5460)To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: problem on first running Image ToolMessage-ID: <95112814100351@quanta.vfo.dec.com>ImageTool requires WinNT V3.51 (build 1057)or Windows 95. The dual boot systemshould pose no problem (that's what I'm running).------------------------------Date: Wed, 29 Nov 1995 09:26:35 +0000 (GMT)From: "Henrik Kaker, SZ - Metal Ravne" To: IT-LIST@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: BugMessage-ID: <01HY7L7LEZVM000210@arnes.si>Dear All,Could me someone explain the following:When I exit IT without closing images, the Win95 reports two errors:1. This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down.   If the probelm persists, conatact the program vendor.   Details:   IT caused an invalid page fault in module IT.EXE at 0137:004229dc   Registers:   EAX=00000000  CS=0137  EIP=004229dc  EFLGS=00010202   EBX=00985ce0  SS=013f  ESP=0096e7f8  EBP=  0096e834   ECX=0044063d  DS=013f  ESI=0096eafc  FS=   1917   EDX=00000000  ES=013f  EDI=00000003  GS=   0000   Bytes at CS:EIP:   8b 80 a2 12 00 00 50 c8 6c 61 62 00 83 c4 08 a1   stack dump:   00985f78  00985ce0  00985ce0  00985ce0  00000000   0096e848  00447fd8  00454d18  0096e7fc  00000000   00960000  0062130e  00000036  00982814  00985ce0   0096e86c2. IT caused an exception C0000026H in module KERNEL32.DLL at 0137:bffb8910   Registers:   EAX=00000000  CS=0137  EIP=bffb8910  EFLGS=00000202   EBX=00000000  SS=013f  ESP=0096e5f8  EBP  =0096e608   ECX=0096e644  DS=013f  ESI=0096e534  FS   =1917   EDX=0096e700  ES=013f  EDI=81515ec0  GS   =0000   Bytes at CS:EIP:   5d 5f 5e 5b 8b e5 5d c3 8b 4c 24 04 f7 41 04 06   Stuck dump:   0096e608  bffb8b98  00000000  0096ff68  0096e62c   bffb8a1b  0096ff68  0096e62c  0096e700  0096e71c   0096ff68  0096e700  0096e71c  0096e650  bff7663c   0096e700But when I close all images before exit IT program then everything is OK.P.S. Where may I get Source Manager for TWAIN interface.With best regards,Henrik KakerE-mail: Henrik.Kaker@guest.arnes.sihttp://www2.arnes.si/guest/sgszmera1/index.html------------------------------Date: Wed, 29 Nov 1995 14:51:32 -0700From: Don Wilcox To: "'it-list@sparky.uthscsa.edu'" Subject: RE: BugMessage-ID: <01BABE6A.419F9C20@slip14.xroads.com>------ =_NextPart_000_01BABE6A.41B06500Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableWhen I exit IT without closing images, the Win95 reports two errors:1. This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut =down.   If the probelm persists, conatact the program vendor.2. IT caused an exception C0000026H in module KERNEL32.DLL at =0137:bffb8910But when I close all images before exit IT program then everything is =OK.This is a known problem in IT.  It has been fixed in the version =currently under development, which should be available in the next =couple of weeks.P.S. Where may I get Source Manager for TWAIN interface.It can be obtained via anonymous ftp from:	caere.comin the directory pub/twain.  Be sure to get the version for Win95 or NT, =as appropriate.Thank you for your interest in ImageTool.Don------------------------------Date: Mon, 4 Dec 1995 17:20:36 +0100From: berquin@fymu.ucl.ac.be (Anne Berquin)To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduMessage-ID: <9512041620.AA20117@lewsun.md.ucl.ac.be>Dear Sirs,Could you tell me if the Software Development Kit of IT is Downladable?If yes, where is the SDK?Many thanks in advance,Thank you for your interestGillart JacquesAnne BerquinUniversite Catholique de Louvain, Dept PhysiologyUCL 5540, B-1200 Brussels.Phone 32-2-764.55.28 - Fax. 32-2-764.55.80------------------------------Date: Fri, 08 Dec 95 14:26:00 ESTFrom: "Phillips, John (IMS) (*)" To: itlist Subject: Installation on windows nt ver 3.5Message-ID: <30C8918B@coursmtp.nrc.ca>The installation program instructed me to expand dll.zip in the subdirectory \windows\system32 while the readme file said to expand dll.zip in \winnt35\system32.My windows nt does not have the latter directory and attempting to launce the application gives the error message; "the procedure entry point Propertysheeta could not be located in the dll comctl32.dll."some help please?Thank you in advance.------------------------------Date: Fri, 8 Dec 1995 17:56:26 -0500From: DWH To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: Installation on windows nt ver 3.5Message-ID: <199512082256.RAA26314@orichalc.acsu.buffalo.edu>At 03:04 PM 12/8/95 +0600, you wrote:>>The installation program instructed me to expand dll.zip in the subdirectory >\windows\system32 while the readme file said to expand dll.zip in >\winnt35\system32.>>My windows nt does not have the latter directory and attempting to launce >the application gives the error message; "the procedure entry point >Propertysheeta could not be located in the dll comctl32.dll.">>some help please?>>Thank you in advance.>I am really sorry, but I cannot help you.  How did you get my email address?I am not mad, just curious.  I have never worked in Windows NT and amwondering how it was that you emailed me for help.  I hope you were able tofind help elsewhere.  Sorry.------------------------------Date: Fri, 8 Dec 1995 18:05:49 -0500From: DWH To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: Installation on windows nt ver 3.5Message-ID: <199512082305.SAA27082@orichalc.acsu.buffalo.edu>Please disregard my last email. :)  I forgot about me being on this list anddid not even think to look.I have a question though.  I want to get the array data from graphics filein an array format.  In IT you can select individual pixels and obain datapertanent to that pixel but it does not seem to have a way to create a filegiving the pixel value at each location within the graphic image.  Doesanyone now of a way to create an array of pixel values from a graphic image?I want to get the x and y values of a surface, but to use the feature in ITmeans that I have to manually choose each pixel and that would take hoursper image.  If anyone can help me out, I would very grateful.dwh------------------------------Date: Mon, 18 Dec 1995 15:37 MSTFrom: "_ _ _ _ _ MARK W. LUND _ _ _ _ _" To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: density scansMessage-ID: I have some b&W files that are stored as 24 bit color files.  Ican't get IT to do a density scan or translate them to B&W.  Whatam I doing wrong?regardsmark------------------------------Date: Tue, 19 Dec 1995 10:16:27 -0600From: Don Matthys To: "'it-list@sparky.uthscsa.edu'" Subject: RE: density scansMessage-ID: <01BACDFB.106EEB60@don.sci.mu.edu>----------From: 	_ _ _ _ _ MARK W. LUND _ _ _ _ _[SMTP:LUNDM@PHYSC2.BYU.EDU]Sent: 	Monday, December 18, 1995 10:47 AMTo: 	matthysd@VMS.CSD.MU.EDUSubject: 	density scansI have some b&W files that are stored as 24 bit color files.  Ican't get IT to do a density scan or translate them to B&W.  Whatam I doing wrong?regardsmarkMark,	I have just a beginner with IT and am only starting to use it;  I don't yet have the experience to help you.   Sorry.Don------------------------------End of IT-LIST Digest 2***********************