GdPicture.NET Reference Guide
GdViewer Class Methods

GdPicture14.WPF Namespace : GdViewer Class

For a list of all members of this type, see GdViewer members.

Public Methods
 NameDescription
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new connected lines annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A connected lines annotation depicts a polyline consisting of several straight lines. This method uses the round cap style on both polyline ending points. Users end every individual line with a single click, and they finish the annotation with a double-click.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeConnectedLines. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationConnectedLines class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new ellipse annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

This annotation enables users to draw a filled and bordered ellipse or circle by adjusting its height and width continuously using the mouse.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeEllipse. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationEllipse class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Allows users to interactively add a new embedded image annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Allows users to interactively add a new freehand annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Allows users to interactively add a new freehand highlighter annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new freehand polygon annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A freehand polygon is an arbitrary closed shape which users paint by moving the mouse. Drawing a polygon starts with pressing the mouse button and it finishes with releasing the mouse button.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeFreeHandPolygon. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationFreehandPolygon class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodOverloaded.  (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new line annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A line annotation presents a single straight line with specified cap styles on its ending points.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeLine. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationLine class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new line arrow annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

This annotation depicts a straight line with an arrow on one of its ending points. Using this method you can specify if the arrowhead is painted when users start the line or when they finish it.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeLineArrow. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationLineArrow class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new link annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A link annotation depicts the defined text, that points to a link destination, that means to a web site or to a page in the current document.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeLink. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationLink class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new polygon annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

Users start drawing a polygon with a single line. Each single click adds a new polygon vertice. To finish the polygon they use a double-click.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypePolygon. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationPolygon class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new poly ruler annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A poly ruler annotation consists of several connected lines presenting its entire length. Users end every individual line with a single click, and they finish the annotation with a double-click.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypePolyRuler. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationPolyRuler class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new rectangle annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

This annotation enables users to draw a filled and bordered rectangle or square by adjusting its height and width continuously using the mouse.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeRectangle. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationRectangle class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new rectangle highlighter annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

This annotation enables users to highlight a required area by adjusting the height and the width of the rectangle highlighter continuously using the mouse.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeRectangleHighlighter. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationRectangleHighlighter class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAdds and highlights a new region on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control according to what you have specified. This method uses inches to define the position and the size of the region's rectangle.

The region is highlighted immediately using the specified color. At the same, it is added to the list of all highlighted regions related to the displayed document. You can find out the number of currently defined highlighted regions using the RegionCount method.

Please note that highlighted regions are also determined using both SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean) and SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean,Boolean) methods.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new rubber stamp annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

This annotation shows a stamp mark of the specified stamp within the area defined by the user.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeRubberStamp. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationRubberStamp class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new ruler annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A ruler annotation depicts a single drawn line showing its length.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeRuler. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationRuler class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new sticky note annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A sticky note annotation writes the specified text within the area defined by the user. You can prompt users to add their custom text using the DisplayTextEditBox method right after creating the annotation object.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeStickyNote. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationStickyNote class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
Public MethodAllows users to interactively add a new text annotation using the mouse on the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The annotation object is added following all the parameters you have specified and respecting the dimensions users will define using the mouse as well.

A text annotation writes the specified text within the rectangle area defined by the user. You can prompt users to add their custom text using the DisplayTextEditBox method right after creating the annotation object.

The type of the newly added annotation object is GdPictureAnnotationType.AnnotationTypeText. You can change the annotation properties directly using the GdPicture14.Annotations.AnnotationText class before or after the successful creation of the annotation object. Please refer to both the BeforeAnnotationAddedByUser and the AnnotationAddedByUser events for how to achieve this.

Be aware that the editing mode for annotations must be enabled using the SetAnnotationEditorMode method, otherwise this method will fail.

 
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Public MethodOverloaded. Burn, in other words flatten, the GdPicture/XMP annotations into the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodAsks the GdViewer control to ignore the latest request of an interactive annotation creation. In other words, the lastly added annotation is removed.

This method only works when the editing mode for annotations is enabled; otherwise, the method will fail.

 
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Public MethodMoves the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control within the viewer to set the rectangle of area selection, if any is defined, in the middle of the viewer. You can use the IsRect method to find out, if the rectangle of selection is currently specified.  
Public MethodClears the GdViewer control, in other words, erases the displayed document from the control. This method only cleans up the displayed area of the GdViewer control, it does not close the loaded document. It also clears the rectangle of area selection, if any is defined, using the ClearRect method internally. You can display the loaded document using the Redraw method again.  
Public MethodRemoves the rectangle of area selection, which is related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control, and deletes the corresponding rectangle's data, which are the location point and dimensions, as well. Removing means that no rectangle of selection is defined further, with the rectangle not drawn within the viewer anymore. You can find out, if this rectangle is currently defined and drawn, using the IsRect method.

As said, the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document, so its location point and dimensions are cleared when reloading documents within the viewer. On the other hand, the current values of the border size and the border color properties of the rectangle do not change when reloading documents or clearing the above-specified rectangle's data.

 
Public MethodClears the last text selection made by the user in the GdViewer control, that means both the latest selected text, as well as the selected text regions, are released.  
Public MethodOverloaded.  (Inherited from System.Windows.DependencyObject)
Public MethodCloses the currently displayed document and clears the GdViewer control.

The DocumentClosed event is raised at the end after the document has been successfully closed.

 
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Public MethodTranslates the coordinates of the point located in the document area of the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control (the document space), in inches, to the coordinates of the corresponding point located in the GdViewer control area (the viewer space), in pixels. That said, the point with the coordinates (DocumentLeft, DocumentTop) inside the currently displayed page of the document matches to the point with coordinates (ViewerLeft, ViewerTop) inside the GdViewer control area.  
Public MethodTranslates the coordinates of the point located in the document area of the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control (the document space), in pixels, to the coordinates of the corresponding point located in the GdViewer control area (the viewer space), in pixels. That said, the point with the coordinates (DocumentLeft, DocumentTop) inside the currently displayed page of the document matches to the point with coordinates (ViewerLeft, ViewerTop) inside the GdViewer control area.  
Public MethodTranslates the coordinates of the point located in the GdViewer control area (the viewer space), in pixels, to the coordinates of the corresponding point located in the displayed document (the document space), in inches. That said, the point with the coordinates (ViewerLeft, ViewerTop) inside the current page displayed in the viewer area matches to the point with coordinates (DocumentLeft, DocumentTop) inside the page with the same page number in the displayed document.  
Public MethodTranslates the coordinates of the point located in the GdViewer control area (the viewer space), in pixels, to the coordinates of the corresponding point located in the displayed document (the document space), in pixels. That said, the point with the coordinates (ViewerLeft, ViewerTop) inside the current page displayed in the viewer area matches to the point with coordinates (DocumentLeft, DocumentTop) inside the page with the same page number in the displayed document.  
Public MethodCopies the content of the specified region, related to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control, into the clipboard as an image. Please ensure, that specified coordinates and dimensions correspond to the actual document pages area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodCopies the content of the specified region, related to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control, into a GdPictureImage object. Please ensure, that specified coordinates and dimensions correspond to the actual document pages area of the currently displayed page.

The method creates a new GdPictureImage object of the required area on the displayed page. The resulting image is recognizable by its unique image identifier. Please note that you have to release the created image from the memory using the ReleaseGdPictureImage method.

 
Public MethodCopies the current page, that means the content of the whole page, of the document displayed in the GdViewer control into the clipboard as an image.  
Public MethodRemoves a required GdPicture/XMP annotation object specified by its index related to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public MethodDisplays the first page of the document currently loaded in the GdViewer control. You can use the CurrentPage property to determine the currently displayed page.

Be aware that the SaveAnnotationsToPage method is called internally before each page change.

 
Public MethodLoads an image data stored in a System.Windows.Media.Imaging.BitmapSource object and subsequently displays the image in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads a document from an array of bytes and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

All document formats currently supported by the toolkit are listed here.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads an image, which is currently stored in the clipboard, and then displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads an image from an instantiated Device Independent Bitmap (DIB) handle and then displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads a document from a file according to a file path you have specified and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

All document formats currently supported by the toolkit are listed here.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Loads a document from a file stored on a distant server using FTP transfer and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodLoads an image represented by the unique image identifier referring to an associated GdPictureImage object and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads a PDF document from the instantiated GdPicturePDF object and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads an image from an instantiated Microsoft® Windows® Graphics Device Interface (GDI) handle and then displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads an image of an icon from an instantiated Windows handle to icon and subsequently displays the image in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the image is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the image has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Loads a document from a file stored on a distant server using HTTP transfer and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodCancels the download process previously started using the DisplayFromFTP(String,String,String) or the DisplayFromFTP(String,String,String) methods.  
Public MethodLoads a document from a file, which data are stored within a specified memory area and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

All document formats currently supported by the toolkit are listed here.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodLoads an image data stored within a raw bitmap in memory area and subsequently displays the image in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Loads documents or images from a Stream object and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodLoads a document from a file, which data are stored within a string using Encoding 1252 and subsequently displays it in the GdViewer control. The document previously displayed in the control will automatically close.

All document formats currently supported by the toolkit are listed here.

The BeforeDocumentChange and the AfterDocumentChange events are raised just before and right after the document is displayed in the viewer. Both events are only raised if the document has been successfully loaded.

 
Public MethodDisplays the last page of the document currently loaded in the GdViewer control. You can use the CurrentPage property to determine the currently displayed page.

Be aware that the SaveAnnotationsToPage method is called internally before each page change.

 
Public MethodDisplays the next page, if any is available, of the document currently loaded in the GdViewer control. You can use the CurrentPage property to determine the currently displayed page.

Be aware that the SaveAnnotationsToPage method is called internally before each page change.

 
Public MethodChanges the displayed page to the specified one, if that is available, of the document currently loaded in the GdViewer control. The value of the CurrentPage property is changed to the specified page number as well.

Be aware that the SaveAnnotationsToPage method is called internally before each page change.

 
Public MethodDisplays the previous page, if any is available, of the document currently loaded in the GdViewer control. You can use the CurrentPage property to determine the currently displayed page.

Be aware that the SaveAnnotationsToPage method is called internally before each page change.

 
Public MethodPrompts the dialogue box to allow users to modify the annotation text. This method is only applicable to sticky note annotations and text annotations.

The method can be particularly useful if you want to let users add the new text (the annotation content) of the sticky note or text annotation right after they create it. Please refer to the attached example how it works.

 
Public MethodDisposes already used GdViewer object completely. All related resources used by this object are released.

Please note that this method implicitly calls the CloseDocument method.

 
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement)
Public MethodEnsures the visibility of a highlighted region within the current GdViewer control. The region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

To confirm the region visibility means that the control can change the current page or can scroll the content to ensure that the required region is fully visible.

 
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Public MethodReturns the number of all GdPicture/XMP annotation objects contained within the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public MethodReturns a required GdPicture/XMP annotation object specified by its index related to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public MethodGets the AnnotationManager object associated with the current GdViewer control object for direct use.

Using this object, you are allowed for example to handle annotations behind the associated GdViewer control.

 
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Public MethodReturns coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, of the document's visible area within the viewer. The resulting rectangle relates to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control and the coordinates correspond to the actual document pages area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodReturns coordinates and dimensions, in inches, of the document's visible area within the viewer. The resulting rectangle relates to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control and the coordinates correspond to the actual document pages area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodReturns the type of the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control.  
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Public MethodGets a maximum available position of the horizontal scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. That said, it is a maximum coordinate on the horizontal axis, which the horizontal scrollbar can reach on the displayed document according to the current control settings.  
Public MethodGets the current position of the horizontal scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. The resulting coordinate corresponds to the actual document area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodReturns the file path of the latest loaded or saved file using this GdViewer control. The stored value is not erased after closing the file. It is only overwritten with each new file loading or saving operation.

Be aware that the AddEmbeddedImageAnnotInteractive(String,Boolean,Color,Single,Single) method overwrites the last used path with its ImagePath parameter.

 
Public MethodReturns the error description of the last executed HTTP or FTP transfer operation with this GdViewer control, if that has failed specifically with one of the GdPictureStatus.Internet... errors.  
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Public MethodReturns coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, of the viewer area, which is covered by the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. Be aware that the resulting coordinate may be negative if the currently displayed page is shifted outside the viewer area.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Returns the whole text of the specified page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Returns the text, that is contained within a specific area of the page of the text-based document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodCreates a custom sized high quality (HQ) thumbnail of the specified page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The required page is converted to an image resource with the size and the background color you have specified, which is subsequently stored as an object of the type GdPictureImage. The created image is clearly recognizable by the returned unique image identifier and you can take advantages of the GdPicture14.GdPictureImaging or the GdViewer classes and their methods for further manipulation with the thumbnail.  
Public MethodGets data of the currently defined rectangle of area selection refering to the document pages area. This method gets the rectangle's coordinates and dimensions, in inches, which determine the rectangle of selection related to the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The resulting values correspond to the actual document pages area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. You can find out, if this rectangle is defined and drawn, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodGets data of the currently defined rectangle of area selection refering to the document pages area. This method gets the rectangle's coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, which determine the rectangle of selection related to the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The resulting values correspond to the actual document pages area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. You can find out, if this rectangle is defined and drawn, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodGets data of the currently defined rectangle of area selection refering to the displayed viewer area. This method gets the rectangle's coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, which determine the rectangle of selection related to the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The resulting values correspond to the actual viewer area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. You can find out, if this rectangle is defined and drawn, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodGets the border color of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the border color of each highlighted region using the SetRegionBorderColor method.

 
Public MethodGets the border width, in inches, of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the border width of each highlighted region using the SetRegionBorderWidth method.

 
Public MethodGets the fill color of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the fill color of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionColor method.

 
Public MethodGets the fill color of a highlighted region, when it is selected by the user. The region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this color of each highlighted region using the SetRegionColorSelection method.

 
Public MethodGets the fill mode of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

The fill mode is used to combine the region fill color and the displayed area of the image covered by this region when highlighting. You can define this parameter of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionFillMode method.

 
Public MethodGets the height of the highlighted region's rectangle, in inches, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the height of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionHeight method.

 
Public MethodGets the height of the highlighted region's rectangle, in pixels, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the height of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionHeight method.

 
Public MethodReturns the unique region identifier of a highlighted region specified by its sequence index related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You always have to apply this identifier when working with highlighted regions.

These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

 
Public MethodGets the horizontal (X) coordinate of the top left point, in inches, where the highlighted region's rectangle is located on the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionLeft method.

 
Public MethodGets the horizontal (X) coordinate of the top left point, in pixels, where the highlighted region's rectangle is located on the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionLeft method.

 
Public MethodGets the name of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the name of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionName method.

 
Public MethodGets the number of the page on which a highlighted region is drawn (placed). The region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can redefine the page of each highlighted region using the SetRegionPage method.

 
Public MethodGets the selection status of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

To select a region means that the region is visibly marked on the page with the thin red border, so its selection status is set to True/true. You can change the selection of each highlighted region using the SetRegionSelected method.

 
Public MethodGets the vertical (Y) coordinate of the top left point, in inches, where the highlighted region's rectangle is located on the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionTop method.

 
Public MethodGets the vertical (Y) coordinate of the top left point, in pixels, where the highlighted region's rectangle is located on the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionTop method.

 
Public MethodGets the width of the highlighted region's rectangle, in inches, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the width of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionWidth method.

 
Public MethodGets the width of the highlighted region's rectangle, in pixels, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the width of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method or directly using the SetRegionWidth method.

 
Public MethodReturns an index of the selected GdPicture/XMP annotation object within the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public MethodReturns the last text selected by the user. This text is stored until you call the ClearSelectedText method to release it.  
Public MethodReturns all rectangle areas, related to the current page, that represent the regions bounding the last text selected by the user. Each region is defined by its top left coordinates and by its width and height expressed in inches. These regions are stored until you call the ClearSelectedText method to release them.  
Public MethodReturns the status of the last executed operation with this GdViewer control.  
Public MethodSearches for an occurrence of a given text expression within the specified page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control according to the parameters you have specified. If the format of the displayed document is other than supported text-based formats, which currently are DOCX, TXT, RTF and PDF, this method will fail.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.DependencyObject)
Public MethodReturns the GdPicture source code version you are currently using. The format of the returned value is M.mrr, where 'M' describes the major version of the product, 'm' is the medium version and 'rr' is the release number of the current version.

Please find the version history page of the GdPicture.NET toolkit here.

 
Public MethodGets a maximum available position of the vertical scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. That said, it is a maximum coordinate on the vertical axis, which the vertical scrollbar can reach on the displayed document according to the current control settings.  
Public MethodGets the current position of the vertical scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. The resulting coordinate corresponds to the actual document area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodPlays a GIF animation referring to the file displayed in the GdViewer control in a loop.  
Public MethodStops the currently played GIF animation referring to the file displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public Method Hides the text modification dialog box from the control. Can be used with StickyNote and Text annotations only. If the annotation text modification dialog is not displayed, this method returns a GdPictureStatus.Aborted status.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
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Public MethodReturns the total number of IPTC tags embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control. These tags, also known as document's metadata, allows for additional information to be stored within a document.  
Public MethodReturns a unique IPTC tag ID (a proper IPTC tag name defined by the specification) of the required tag, that is embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodReturns a string representation of the current tag value of the required IPTC tag, that is embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.Media.Visual)
Public MethodIndicates, whether the specified point related to the current GdViewer control space, is contained within the bounding box of the annotation specified by its index. The coordinates of the required point, in pixels, relates to the current control space and the specified annotation relates to the currently displayed page of the document loaded in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.Media.Visual)
Public MethodDetects, if the rectangle of area selection is drawn within the viewer, which means this rectangle is defined. Please note that the rectangle of selection always relates to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control.

You can define the custom rectangle of selection using one of these methods: SetRectCoordinatesOnDocumentPixel , SetRectCoordinatesOnDocumentInch and SetRectCoordinatesOnViewerPixel.

You can use the CenterOnRect method to make the rectangle visible, if any is defined, or the ClearRect method to clear the rectangle's location point and dimensions.

 
Public MethodDetects, if the user is drawing the rectangle of area selection.

Please note that the rectangle of selection always relates to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You can find out, if this rectangle is currently defined and drawn within the viewer, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodDetects, if the user is moving the rectangle of area selection.

Please note that the rectangle of selection always relates to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You can find out, if this rectangle is currently defined and drawn within the viewer, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodDetects, if the user is resizing the rectangle of area selection.

Please note that the rectangle of selection always relates to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. You can find out, if this rectangle is currently defined and drawn within the viewer, using the IsRect method.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Loads the GdPicture/XMP annotations from a properly formatted file or stream and subsequently applies them to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement)
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Public MethodReturns the author of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the date and time, when the currently displayed PDF document was created, as it is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the creator of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the encryption algorithm which has been used to encrypt the currently displayed PDF document. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the keywords of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the metadata of the currently displayed PDF document, if any are stored in the PDF. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the date and time, when the currently displayed PDF document was most recently modified, as it is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the producer of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the subject of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the title of the currently displayed PDF document, if any is set in the document information dictionary. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public MethodReturns the version of the PDF specification to which the currently displayed PDF document conforms. If the document currently displayed in the viewer is not the PDF file, the method will fail.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.Media.Visual)
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Public MethodPrints the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control to the active printer allowing you to adjust the size of printed pages.

The BeforePrintPage and the AfterPrintPage events are raised just before and right after the single page is printed.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Invokes the standard Windows Print dialog box allowing you to print the displayed document by choosing additional settings.  
Public MethodReturns the name of the printer, that is currently selected as the active printer, means the printer, which is subsequently used when printing the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

It is mostly the default printer, if not set otherwise. Hovewer, you can use the PrintSetActivePrinter method to select your preferred printer for next print jobs without affecting any other installed printers.

 
Public MethodReturns the value of an image alignment setting of the active printer. This value determines how the image is aligned when printing.  
Public MethodReturns the printer collate setting of the active printer. This property determines, whether the printed document is collated.

True/true will print a complete copy of the document before the first page of the next copy is printed. False/false will print each page by the number of copies specified before printing the next page.

 
Public MethodReturns the printer color mode setting of the active printer. This property determines whether the output will print in color or in monochrome.  
Public MethodReturns the printer copies setting of the active printer, that means the number of copies to be printed.  
Public MethodReturns the printer document name setting of the active printer. You can use it to display during the next print process (for example, in a print status dialog box or printer queue) while printing the document.  
Public MethodReturns the error description of the last executed print operation, that has failed specifically with the GdPictureStatus.PrintingException error.  
Public MethodReturns the physical margins (x and y coordinates), that are part of the default page settings property of the active printer. Both margins are used as defaults for all pages to be printed.  
Public MethodReturns the printer orientation setting of the active printer. This property determines the page orientation when printing.  
Public MethodReturns the paper source, means the paper tray, from which the printer gets paper, used by the active printer. The value is determined through the PaperSource.Kind property of the default page settings.  
Public MethodReturns the height of the paper to be used by the active printer.  
Public MethodReturns the current paper size, means the type of the paper, to be used by the active printer. The value is determined through the PaperSize.Kind property of the default page settings.  
Public MethodReturns the width of the paper to be used by the active printer.  
Public MethodReturns the name of the printer according to the index you have specified.

You can use the PrintGetPrintersCount method to determine the number of all available printers. The printer index is simply an integer value from 1 to PrintGetPrintersCount.

 
Public MethodReturns the number of all available (installed) printers on the computer.  
Public MethodReturns the printer quality setting of the active printer. This setting matches the PrinterResolutionKind property included in the PrinterSettings.PrinterResolutions parameter of the active printer.  
Public MethodReturns the status of the last executed print operation with the current GdPicturePDF object.

If the returned status is specifically GdPictureStatus.PrintingException, you can use the PrintGetLastError method to find out more details.

 
Public MethodSets the printer, identified by its name, as the active printer, in other words makes it the currently selected printer, which is subsequently used when printing the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The specified printer is used to execute all next print jobs using the print methods of this class, if not set otherwise, without affecting any other installed printers.

You can use the PrintGetActivePrinter method to retrieve the currently selected printer, denoted as the active printer for print methods of this class. At the same this printer utilizes all by you altered printer settings without affecting the installed printers.

 
Public MethodSets up the value of an image alignment setting of the active printer. This value determines how the image is aligned when printing.  
Public MethodSets up the auto-rotation property of the active printer, that determines, if the pages are automatically rotated to fit on the output medium when printing.  
Public MethodSets up the printer collate setting of the active printer. This property determines, whether the printed document is collated.

Setting it to True/true will print a complete copy of the document before the first page of the next copy is printed. Setting it to False/false will print each page by the number of copies specified before printing the next page.

 
Public MethodSets up the printer color mode setting of the active printer. This property determines whether the output will print in color or in monochrome.  
Public MethodSets up the printer copies setting of the active printer, that means the number of copies to be printed.  
Public MethodSets up the printer document name setting of the active printer. You can use it to display during the next print process (for example, in a print status dialog box or printer queue) while printing the document.  
Public MethodSets up the required range of pages you want to print during the next print process using the active printer.  
Public MethodSets up the printer orientation setting of the active printer. This property determines the page orientation when printing.  
Public MethodSets up the required selection of pages you want to print during the next print process using the active printer.

The specified pages selection will not take into account if you will print using the PrintDialog(PrintSizeOption) method.

 
Public MethodSets up the paper source, means the paper tray, from which the printer gets paper, used by the active printer. The value matches up to the PaperSource.Kind property of the default paper settings.  
Public MethodEnables or disables the pre-rasterization parameter, that specifies, if the pages of the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control must be pre-rasterized before being printed using the active printer. Enabling the pre-rasterization can dramatically improve the performance with printer drivers non-optimized for vector graphics rendering.  
Public MethodSets up the printer quality setting of the active printer. This setting matches the PrinterResolutionKind property included in the PrinterSettings.PrinterResolutions parameter of the active printer.

If the required Quality parameter is identified within the set of PrinterSettings.PrinterResolutions property items of the active printer, then the currently defined active printer resolution is filled up with the specified resolution attributes provided by the corresponding printer resolution item.

 
Public MethodEnables or disables showing the progress indicator during the print process. The printing progress bar is displayed by default.  
Public MethodSets up the standard paper size, means the type of the paper, to be used by the active printer.  
Public MethodSets up a custom paper size to be used by the active printer.  
Public MethodPrompts the printer driver to show the printer settings dialog box of the active printer.  
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Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.DependencyObject)
Public MethodRedraws the displayed document within the GdViewer control, that means refresh the displayed area of the viewer to show the currently loaded document, if any is defined.  
Public MethodReturns the number of all highlighted regions related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define a highlighted region using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. Be aware that highlighted regions are also determined using both SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean) and SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean,Boolean) methods.

 
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Public MethodReleases a specified image and its corresponding image resource from memory.  
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Public MethodForces the viewer to reload all GdPicture/XMP annotations contained within the currently displayed page of the document loaded in the GdViewer control.

We recommend to only use this method if the currently displayed document has been edited by another object. Afterwards, you need to call the Redraw method to refresh the control for displaying all required changes.

 
Public MethodRemoves all highlighted regions related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define a highlighted region using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. Be aware that highlighted regions are also determined using both SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean) and SearchText(String,Int32,Boolean,Boolean) methods.

 
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
Public MethodRemoves the specified contextual menu item. The available menu items are listed below.

The context menu is only available if some document is displayed in the GdViewer control. Please note that the toolkit does not support adding custom menu items right now.

 
Public MethodRemoves a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.  
Public MethodRemoves a highlighted region specified by its name related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.  
Public MethodRotates clockwise by a specified angle all GdPicture/XMP annotations contained within the currently displayed page of the document loaded in the GdViewer control. The coordinate system of the current page is used to determine the rotation direction.

Be aware that annotations are always treated relative to the currently displayed page.

Please note that you need to call the Redraw method after the successful rotation to refresh the control for displaying all applied changes.

 
Public MethodRotates clockwise or flips the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The rotation angle can be set to 0, 90, 180 or 270 degrees clockwise and you are allowed to specify the axis used to flip the page.  
Public MethodRotates clockwise or flips the global view of this GdViewer control. The rotation angle can be set to 0, 90, 180 or 270 degrees clockwise and you are allowed to specify the axis used to flip the view.  
Public MethodForces the GdViewer control to save GdPicture/XMP annotations to the current page defined by the CurrentPage property, of the document displayed in the GdViewer control. Be aware that annotations are always treated relative to the currently displayed page.

This method only attaches rendered annotations to the current page while keeping them in the GdPicture/XMP format. You need to use the BurnAnnotationsToPage(Boolean) method to permanently include them into the page content.

Please note that this method is applied internally automatically on each page change.

 
Public MethodOverloaded. Saves the GdPicture/XMP annotation part of the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control in XML format to a file or to a stream.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Saves the GdPicture/XMP annotation part of all pages of the document displayed in the GdViewer control in XML format to a file or to a stream.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Saves the document displayed in the viewer to a file in JPEG format with full GdPicture XMP annotation suppport.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Saves the document displayed in the viewer to a file in PDF format with full GdPicture XMP annotation suppport.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Saves the document displayed in the viewer to a file in TIFF format with full GdPicture XMP annotation suppport.  
Public MethodOverloaded. Searches for an occurrence of a given text expression within the defined page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control according to the specified parameters and highlights the result or returns its coordinates.  
Public MethodSelects all text on the currently displayed page of the text-based document in the GdViewer control. Be aware that text selection is only enabled if the EnableTextSelection property is set to True/true.  
Public MethodSelects a required GdPicture/XMP annotation object specified by its index related to the current page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.

Be aware that this method only handles GdPicture/XMP annotations.

 
Public MethodTurns on or off the "editing mode" for the GdPicture/XMP annotation support, that means allows to edit or to lock available GdPicture/XMP annotations of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodOverloaded.  (Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement)
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.DependencyObject)
Public MethodSpecifies, if the FTP transfer mode used by DisplayFromFTP(String,String,String) method is Passive or not. The initial value is True/true.  
Public MethodSets the required position of the horizontal scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. In other words, the horizontal scrollbar moves to the newly specified coordinate on the horizontal axis. This coordinate relates to the actual document area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodChanges the packet size used for transfering data by the DisplayFromHTTP(String,String,Int32) and DisplayFromFTP(String,String,String) methods. The initial value is 4096.  
Public MethodChanges the caption of the specified contextual menu item. The available menu items are listed below.

The context menu is only available if some document is displayed in the GdViewer control. Please note that the toolkit does not support adding custom menu items right now.

 
Public MethodDetermines the rectangle of area selection refering to the document pages area. This method sets the specified coordinates and dimensions, in inches, to identify the rectangle of selection related to the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The specified rectangle is immediately drawn on the displayed page using the predefined parameters. Please ensure, that all given values correspond to the actual document pages area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. On the other hand, you can specify the border size of this rectangle using the RectBorderSize property and the border color of this rectangle using the RectBorderColor property to be applied permanently.

 
Public MethodDetermines the rectangle of area selection refering to the document pages area. This method sets the specified coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, to identify the rectangle of selection related to the the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The specified rectangle is immediately drawn on the displayed page using the predefined parameters. Please ensure, that all given values correspond to the actual document pages area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. On the other hand, you can specify the border size of this rectangle using the RectBorderSize property and the border color of this rectangle using the RectBorderColor property to be applied permanently.

 
Public MethodDetermines the rectangle of area selection refering to the displayed viewer area. This method sets the specified coordinates and dimensions, in pixels, to identify the rectangle of selection related to the document displayed in the GdViewer control. The specified rectangle is immediately drawn on the viewer area using the predefined parameters. Please ensure, that all given values correspond to the viewer area.

Be aware that the rectangle of selection always relates to the displayed document. On the other hand, you can specify the border size of this rectangle using the RectBorderSize property and the border color of this rectangle using the RectBorderColor property to be applied permanently.

 
Public MethodSets the border color of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can determine the border color of each highlighted region using the GetRegionBorderColor method.

 
Public MethodSets the border width, in inches, of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can determine the border width of the region's rectangle using the GetRegionBorderWidth method.

 
Public MethodSets the fill color of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the fill color of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine the fill color of each highlighted region using the GetRegionColor method.

Please note that you need to redraw the control using the Redraw method to immediately apply the newly defined color.

 
Public MethodSets the fill color of a highlighted region, when it is selected by the user. The region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can determine this fill color of each highlighted region using the GetRegionColorSelection method.

 
Public MethodSpecifies, if users can edit a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document. They are editable by default.  
Public MethodSets the fill mode of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

The foreground mix mode is used to combine the region fill color and the displayed area of the image covered by this region when highlighting. You can define this parameter of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine this parameter of each highlighted region using the GetRegionFillMode method.

 
Public MethodSets the height of the highlighted region's rectangle, in inches, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the height of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine the height of the region's rectangle using the GetRegionHeight method.

 
Public MethodSets the horizontal (X) coordinate of the top left point, in inches, where the highlighted region's rectangle is to be located on the displayed document. The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine this coordinate of the region's rectangle using the GetRegionLeft method.

 
Public MethodSets the name of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the name of each highlighted region when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine the name of each highlighted region using the GetRegionName method.

 
Public MethodSets the number of the page on which a highlighted region is to be drawn (placed). The region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can determine the page of each highlighted region using the GetRegionPage method.

 
Public MethodSets the selection status of a highlighted region specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

To select a region means that the region is visibly marked on the page with the thin red border, so its selection status is set to True/true. You can determine the selection of each highlighted region using the GetRegionSelected method.

 
Public MethodSets the vertical (Y) coordinate of the top left point, in inches, where the highlighted region's rectangle is to be located on the displayed document. The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define this coordinate of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine this coordinate of the region's rectangle using the GetRegionTop method.

 
Public MethodSets the width of the highlighted region's rectangle, in inches, related to the actual document (meaning the document pages area). The highlighted region is specified by its unique identifier related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. These regions, if present, determines the currently defined highlighted regions on the displayed document.

You can define the width of the region's rectangle when adding regions using the AddRegion(String,Double,Double,Double,Double,Color,RegionFillMode) method. You can determine the width of the region's rectangle using the GetRegionWidth method.

 
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement)
Public MethodSets the required position of both the horizontal and the vertical scrollbars in one step, in other words, both scrollbars move to the newly specified coordinates. The coordinates are expressed in pixels and they are related to the actual document area of the currently displayed page of the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodOverloaded.  (Inherited from System.Windows.DependencyObject)
Public MethodSets the required position of the vertical scrollbar, in pixels, related to the document currently displayed in the GdViewer control. In other words, the vertical scrollbar moves to the newly specified coordinate on the vertical axis. This coordinate relates to the actual document area of the currently displayed page.  
Public MethodReturns the total number of tags (EXIF, IPTC, Extra, Thumbnails & GPS, XML packet) embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control. These tags, also known as document's metadata, allows for additional information to be stored within a document.  
Public MethodReturns a unique tag ID (a proper tag name defined by the specification) of the required tag, that is embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodReturns a string representation of a unique predefined tag name of the required tag, that is embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public MethodReturns a string representation of the current tag value of the required tag, that is embedded within the document displayed in the GdViewer control.  
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.Controls.Control)
Public MethodOverloaded.  (Inherited from System.Windows.Media.Visual)
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Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
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Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.FrameworkElement)
Public Method (Inherited from System.Windows.UIElement)
Public MethodAdjusts the current zoom to the area covered by the specified rectangle on the current page of the document displayed in the viewer. The viewer control is subsequently refreshed to zoom on the defined area.  
Public MethodIncreases the current zoom level, it means zooms in on the viewer. You can use ZoomStep property to determine or to reset the currently used zoom step.

This method sets the ZoomMode property to ViewerZoomMode.ZoomModeCustom and refreshes the viewer as well.

 
Public MethodDecreases the current zoom level, it means zooms out on the viewer. You can use ZoomStep property to determine or to reset the currently used zoom step.

This method sets the ZoomMode property to ViewerZoomMode.ZoomModeCustom and refreshes the viewer as well.

 
Public MethodAdjusts the current zoom to the area covered by the specified rectangle of selection. You can use the IsRect method to determine if any rectangle of selection is defined.

The viewer control is subsequently refreshed to zoom on the defined rectangle.

 
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GdViewer Class
GdPicture14.WPF Namespace
GdViewer Constructor
Dispose Method