I haven't caught what you say yet. My VP doesn't even
work on the emulator.
I use some code like:
VisualPresenter vp = new VisualPresenter();
But when I display on the screen (the screen
background is color A, say),
the background outside the image is still not color A
(i.e not transparent).
I want the background around the image is A as well
| ------- |
| | AA | |
| ------- |
Let the outer rectangular is the screen. The small
rectangular is the box contains the image (the vp). AA
is the image (which is transparent).
Then the inner box don't have the same background with
rectangular. (I can't use setbackground as the outer
box may have the
background, which is a image, not a specific int
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Pollard" <jasonpollard_at_yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 1:04 AM
Subject: (keitai-l) Re: Draw a TRANSPARENT image using
Visual Prensenter in
> I think the behavior of the VisualPresenter depends
on the device
> implementation, and there's no spec on it. So it
may work OK on the
> work OK on one device, but looks strange on another.
[ excessive quoting removed by moderator ]
Received on Wed Mar 24 11:22:06 2004