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+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
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+<article link="graphics-resources.html">
+ <title>Taking a look at SWT Images</title>
+ <date>September 10th, 2003</date>
+ <category>rcp</category>
+ <category>swt</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Joe Winchester</name>
+ <company>IBM</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ SWT's Image class can be used to display images in a GUI. The
+ most common source of images is to load from a standard file
+ format such as GIF, JPEG, PNG, or BMP. Some controls, including
+ Buttons and TreeItems, are able to display an Image directly
+ through the setImage(Image) method, but any control's paint
+ event allows images to be drawn through the callback's graphic
+ context. SWT's ImageData class represents the raw data making up
+ an SWT Image and determines the color for each pixel coordinate.
+ This article shows the correct uses of ImageData and Image,
+ shows how to load images from files, and how to achieve graphic
+ effects such as transparency, alpha blending, animation,
+ scaling, and custom cursors.
+ </description>

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