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A photoshop-like BEVEL EFFECT in VB

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Submitted on: 2/5/2015 8:40:00 PM
By: grigri (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 25 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This program takes a bitmap image and applies a bevel effect to it, adding hilights and shadows to make it appear 3-D. The direction and elevation of the light can be changed, as can the size of the bevel. Includes a "debug" mode which shows the process step-by-step (see screenshot) Some of the calculations have been converted to integer calculations for speed. Others still use floating-point, this is one future optimization that I might do.

 
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10/19/2017 7:35:07 PMDario

Hello. Your code is very nice. I have one question. When I run the program on a computer with Windows XP everything is perfect, but when I run it on a Windows 8 computer after the final image has displayed Visual Basic crashes and everything "disappear". I tried to check and it seems to me that the "problem" lies in the Copymemory statement.
Do you have any advice?
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