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The Imaging Source has become a Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP)


The Imaging Source has become a Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP)

The Imaging Source, manufacturer of the software component TX Text Control, today announces participation in the Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program.

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Service Pack 2 for TX Text Control 14.0 released


Service Pack 2 for TX Text Control 14.0 released

Recently, we released service pack 2 for TX Text Control 14.0.

Please take a look at the updated known issues list

New tutorial videos released


New tutorial videos released

We have just released two new tutorial videos, which show how TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms) and TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms can be easily integrated into an ASP.NET web application and Windows Forms application.

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Latest Samples
New sample: Implementing a 'paste special' dialog box


New sample: Implementing a 'paste special' dialog box

This sample shows how to build a 'paste special' dialog, which allows the user to choose the format that should be used to insert the clipboard text into TX Text Control.

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Latest Blog Entries
Online Survey: Do you need to import Adobe PDF documents?


Online Survey: Do you need to import Adobe PDF documents?

Our R&D team is currently gathering some information for future developments and products. One very interesting field is the import of Adobe PDF documents. To help our engineers, we would like to ask you about your thoughts and your experiences. We would greatly appreciate it if you could help us by completing the following survey. It takes you less than 2 minutes.

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Implementing client-side events using the BrowserTextControl


Implementing client-side events using the BrowserTextControl

When building a browser-based word processing application using TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms), the BrowserTextControl is wrapped in a Windows Control Library. This blog entry shows how to implement client-side events that can be triggered by Javascript.

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MS Word compatible mail merge using TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms)


MS Word compatible mail merge using TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms)

With version 14.0 of TX Text Control Server for ASP.NET (incl. Windows Forms), we introduced a complete new namespace: TXTextControl.DocumentServer. This namespace contains best practices for specific and typical server-side document service applications.

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Is the current input position currently visible?


Is the current input position currently visible?

A user wanted to know whether the current input position is in the visible area of the TextControl instance on the form. Generally, this task is quite easy. You simply need to compare the current input position and the scroll position with the height of the control itself. The same, also, for the horizontal position.

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