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Soumik Basu
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Hello,
In my project I have a form and in that form I put Image and then the fields to be filled according to the image,on placing the cursor on the field a transparent rectangle should be drawn at the particular field in the image.
Please help me ASAP as I am approaching the deadline and its a very important requirement from client.
 
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It would really be helpful if you explained in more detail what the problem is.

Is your application a web application written in Java, or is it a Swing desktop application? So the image is a TIFF image? What is it exactly that you are having trouble with; loading the image, displaying the image, drawing on the image, keyboard and/or mouse interaction, etc.?
 
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my application is a J2EE application.I have written the code in JSP,Java Script,AJAX.
My application is a data entry application.In this application the tiff image is shown first and below the image there is a form to be field by the data entry operators.There are fields in the form to be field by watching the image.My task is to map/draw transparent rectangles in the image in the corresponding field names as in the form.For example if my form got first name,last name and when i bring the mouse on the first name field then the location in the image where the first name is written should get that transparent rectangle.
I hope my query is clear now,and any help would be heartily obliged.
 
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Do not crosspost your question to multiple forums.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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