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Post by magick » 2006-04-17T07:15:16-07:00

Our standard response is to download the latest ImageMagick release and build and execute one of the ImageMagick Magick++ demos typically found in c:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.2.7-Q16\Magick++_Demos. Try the button workspace. Build and run. It should work. Now use this workspace as a template for your own project.

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Post by magick » 2006-04-17T07:22:10-07:00

Did you build ImageMagick yourself or are you using the pre-built ImageMagick self-installing binaries? The binaries we distribute are built with VisualStudio .Net 2003. We suspect that their may be some imcompatibilities between .Net 2006 and VS6. To fix the problem, compile the ImageMagick source distribution yourself with VS6, install, and try your Magick++ workspace again.

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