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Bassam Abdul-Baki 10-Dec-23 8:49am View    
Not for me it doesn't. However, I am using FireFox and IE (or Edge in IE mode).

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="Test.xsl"?>
<Elements>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token1</Token>
		<Values>1,2</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token2</Token>
		<Values>4,5</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token1</Token>
		<Values>7,8</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token1</Token>
		<Values>9,10</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token2</Token>
		<Values>3,4</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token3</Token>
		<Values>2,3</Values>
	</Element>
	<Element>
		<Token>Token2</Token>
		<Values>11,12</Values>
	</Element>
</Elements>


1,2;7,8;9,10|4,5;3,4;11,12|2,3|
Bassam Abdul-Baki 13-Dec-16 6:48am View    
Emulating web navigation is probably not the way, but AutoIt[^] should do it.

I've also used KiXtart[^] and AutoHotkey[^].
Bassam Abdul-Baki 11-Sep-13 17:36pm View    
I'm curious, is this part of something you're building or only interested in the end result? ImageMagick can do all this for you (I think).
Bassam Abdul-Baki 11-Sep-13 13:18pm View    
I noticed that. The only things I noticed different where the missing optional DSE parameter (i.e., Opacity) and you were using a Stream instead of a FileStream.

Also, is it possible that these have to be done in reverse order (i.e., Start with the transparent image and overlay (or print) source image.)?

P.S. - No idea what I'm talking about here. :D
Bassam Abdul-Baki 5-Aug-13 12:49pm View    
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Not quite there yet. Add a hundred rows so that you have more than a page full and scroll to the bottom to right-click. The context menu is always at the top page.