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  • Starting the image editor
  • Displaying an existing image
  • Creating an image (or an icon)
  • Saving an image via the image editor
  • Saving a modified image
  • Saving a new image or icon
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Overview
WINDEV, WEBDEV and WINDEV Mobile propose an integrated image editor.
A ribbon and a pane are used to access the main editor features.
Remark: This help page explains how to start the image editor. See Image editor: Features for more details about the available features.
Starting the image editor
The image editor can be opened:
  • to display an existing image or icon,
  • to create a new image or a new icon.

Displaying an existing image

To display an existing image, you can:
  • use the "Images" pane found in the editor of WINDEV, WEBDEV and WINDEV Mobile. This pane lists the images found in the directory of current project (or in the _WEB directory for a WEBDEV project). You can also open an image located on the disk. See The "Images" pane for more details.
  • use the popup menu of control displaying the image:
    • Open the popup menu of the control (e.g., Image or Button control).
    • Select the option "Edit image".
  • use the control description window: In the "General" tab, expand Menu icon on the right of the image path and select "Edit image" .
The selected image is displayed in the image editor and it can be modified.

Creating an image (or an icon)

To create an image in the image editor, you can:
  • use the "Images" pane found in the editor of WINDEV, WEBDEV and WINDEV Mobile. See The "Images" pane for more details.
  • use the window for creating a new element:
    1. Click New among the quick access buttons.
    2. In the window that appears, click "Workshop" then "Image".
    3. A window used to define the image to create is displayed. You can create:
      • a blank image or an image based on an image found in the image catalog.
        Creating an image
      • a blank icon or an icon based on an icon found in the image catalog.
        Creating an icon
    4. Validate. If necessary, choose the base image and its characteristics in the image catalog.
    5. A new image appears in the image editor.
Saving an image via the image editor

Saving a modified image

An image modified in the image editor can be saved via the Save icon found in the ribbon.
Several cases may occur:
  • If the image contains no layer (simple image directly modified or flattened image), the image is automatically saved in its initial format with the same name. Therefore, the existing image is directly modified (and updated in your windows, reports, ... that use this image).
  • If the image contains at least one layer, the image can be saved in different formats:
    Backup window
    • Image in PNG format only. The layers will be lost.
    • Image in PNG and WDPIC format. The name of the WDPIC image file is in the following format: initialimagename.initialextension.wdpic. The image in WDPIC format contains the description of all layers and the description of all modifications performed on the initial image. The initial image is not modified. When loading an image in the image editor, if this image has an equivalent in WDPIC format, the .wdpic file is automatically loaded in the image editor.
    • Image in WDPIC format only.
      In this case, the initial image is not modified.
      The image in WDPIC format can be associated with the different elements of your projects, like any other image format.
Remark: Once the format is selected, the other modifications are saved in the same format.

Saving a new image or icon

If the image editor allowed you to create an image or an icon, you can save it by clicking Save in the ribbon. The project element save window appears and proposes to save:
  • the image in "wdpic" format by default.
  • the icon in "ico" format by default.
To modify the backup format of image, click the selection button "..." and modify the backup format. The available formats are: WDPIC, TIF, ICO, PNG, JPEG, BMP and GIF.
Remark: Once the format is selected, the other modifications are saved in the same format.
Minimum version required
  • Version 22
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