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 ImageEnView1.Proc.AddInnerShadow or ImageEnView1.CurrentLayer.InnerGlow ?
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klausdoege

Germany
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Posted - Jul 31 2022 :  01:59:06  Show Profile  Reply
Hello,
what's the difference between

ImageEnView1.Proc.AddInnerShadow
and
ImageEnView1.CurrentLayer.InnerGlow.

In my tests, Innerglow was stronger than innershadow,
that's all I could see.
The parameters were the same.

Klaus
DigiFoto
www.klausdoege.de

xequte

7079 Posts

Posted - Jul 31 2022 :  17:54:43  Show Profile  Reply
Hi Klaus

The first is a method that modifies the image.

The second is a property that affects the drawing of the layer.

They should look the same, as the InnerGlow property is drawn using AddInnerShadow()


Nigel
Xequte Software
www.imageen.com
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klausdoege

Germany
372 Posts

Posted - Aug 01 2022 :  04:18:55  Show Profile  Reply
Hi Nigel,
the effect from ImageEnView1.Proc.AddInnerShadow is only weaker
if ImageEnView1.CurrentLayer.InnerGlow.enabled = true;
Otherwise both are the same.
But that's a good way to tone down AddInnerShadow's intensity a bit.
Thanks for your information

Klaus
DigiFoto
www.klausdoege.de
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