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GFLAx is a practical, easy-to-use and ready-to-run component for working with GIF, PNG and TIFF graphic formats of Microsoft Windows. Supports all the major graphic formats (PNG, GIF, JPG, TIFF) and provides the following features:
-Native and portable support of several image formats
-Read & Write support of all image formats
-Bitmap manipulation: Fill, set and clear pixels, crop, resize, create mask
-Data compression: Deflate and Zlib compression
-Data decompression: Inflate and Zlib decompression
-GIF image compressing and decompressing (thanks to FLAC project)
-Extract EXIF, IPTC and other meta data
-Operations on groups of pixels, text, graphics and fonts
Thanks to the presence of several languages in GFL SDK: C++, Delphi and Visual Basic, the GFLAx component works with Delphi & Visual Basic. But it can also run as an ASP component (ActiveX) on Windows.
Regarding the specifics of the component (Interface, [Pascal/Delphi]…), a component is embedded in Delphi / Visual Basic. We therefore provide interfaces of XnView classes and a lot of actions/operations have been implemented.
GFLAx is a component that has been developed by GFL development team to be used in XnView 3.1 and higher. All features are supported.
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System Requirements:
– Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
– Minimum 500MHz CPU speed
– 1 MB free disk space
More information

The XnView Coauthoring API provides a number of methods for reducing the quantity of work required to write such operations as:
– Adding notes to any selected image.
– Adding comments to selected image or to selected text.
– Inserting footnotes, graphics and images.
– Setting the action (to create notes, comments and so on).
– Modifying the order of actions.
All the methods described above are of the asynchronous type. You must first be a Coauthor to use them.
The methods are used to quickly and efficiently create such useful tools as:
– Notes
– Comments
– Altered text information
– Footnotes and graphics
– Thumbnails (from images)


GFLax is a Light-weight ActiveX that help you to work with graphic formats and database easily. This component provides standard methods to work with graphic formats in any way you want. The library is developed for developers. It also provide many possibilities to integrate the API for other applications, (CRT, COM, Java, Visual Basic,.NET, and so on).
GFLax components provide interfaces to work with image formats and database :
– reading and writing
– camera and scanner interfaces
– database interfaeces (based on the OLE for database)
– EDM (can be used with DELPHI/VB or for sql server with OLEDB)
the configuration is quite simple: a folder with the GFLax folder must be configured in the “Add_on” menu under “Plugins” menu. The components must be referenced and registered in Delphi/VB. For more information about configuration, refer to the [dot]
Supported Graphic Formats:
The light version supports all the most used format (PNG, JPEG, WBMP, TIFF, etc) and the standard version supports more than 100 formats in reading and 40 in writing!
The light version can handle all graphic formats, but the standard version support reading and writing only Bitmap format (BMP). For other format, (bitmap, gif, png, jpeg, wbmp) you must use the standard version.
The standard version supports reading and writing bmp format (the light version doesn’t support writing bmp format).
You can find here a complete list of the formats the API supports
Standard API versions (includes many formats):
Installation on Windows:
– standard GFLax API version is 1.0 :

Copy GFLax library from the following website :

into your projects directory or any folder
Call ‘GFLAX_Library.reg_init(true)’ (this will validate your DLL)
Call ‘GFLAX_Library.reg_register_dll’ (this will register your DLL)
Call ‘GFLAX_Library.reg_register_classes’ (this will register classes, this is not mandatory)
Add a reference to the ‘g


You can use the library to store and display all your graphics. It is very well documented and very powerful. You can also manipulate your pictures, perform filtro, resize, rotation,..
Your data is stored in the “lives” database. You have to connect to your database and create a table in it, then, you can insert data in it. You can also update the database by directly writing your changes in it.
Some “Real Time” features :
A “Real Time” view of the pictures in your “lives” database is available. You can scroll from time to time to see your pictures without any delay. An updated view of the database is available too. (Unpublished features)
To support the wide range of formats, GFLAx contain a “VICTA” component which is the engine of GFL.
GFLAx Features:
Support for the most popular picture formats (PNG, JPEG, GIF,…)
More than 100 picture formats supported for reading and writing.
Many image manipulations are possible : mirror image, resize, rotation,…
‘Fast Search’ feature allowing you to find your pictures.
It can display your pictures in your “lives” database
Supporting non-linear reading & writing modes (hash table)
The two GFL libraries are installed on one of your machine. You can choose between one of them by adding two configuration options, “Compatible” and “Interleaved”.
Table View of a picture in your “lives” database.
You can insert a picture in your “lives” database using any context menu command.
Add a new “Real Time” window to display the updates of your pictures.
To filter, rotate, resize your pictures, you can use a form with many “GFLax” controls.
There is an active control on the form which shows the format and the size of your selected picture.
You can zoom and move your pictures with mouse or scroll.
You can perform a selection on your pictures.
You can export your pictures in RAW or BMP format.
You can create a new empty picture.
You can write new pictures to your “lives” database.
To create a new database, you should add a new entry (which is a table).
You can select the format of your picture using “Format View” controls.
You can save the picture in compressed or uncompressed format.
GFLax Description:

What’s New in the GFLAx?

The GFL Ax for ASP package is an ActiveX version of the library. It works on any platform that supports ActiveX controls like ASP, PHP, ASP.NET, Java, VB, etc…
GFL SDK is a free library (used by XnView) for developers who would like to support graphics image formats easily.
The library exists in 2 versions. The light version supports the most popular formats (PNG, JPEG,..), and the standard version supports more than 100 formats in reading and 40 in writing! You can also manipulate and filter your pictures. The windows version have interface for Delphi & Visual Basic.Update on community pharmacies: an Irish perspective.
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System Requirements For GFLAx:

OS: Windows 7/Vista/Windows 8
Processor: Intel 2.0 GHz (or better)
Memory: 512 MB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0
Graphics: OpenGL 3.3, Shader Model 4.0
Hard Drive: 2.5 GB available space
Processor: 2.4 GHz (or better)
Memory: 1 GB RAM