ImageGlue 7 is a new version completely independent of the old. You can have both versions installed at the same time. When you want to take advantage of the new features simply reference the new name. For example in place of,

Set mycanv = Server.CreateObject("ImageGlue6.Canvas")

simply use,

Set mycanv = Server.CreateObject("ImageGlue7.Canvas")

x64 and Operation in 64-bit Processes    

By default ImageGlue registers for x86 and x64 COM deployment. This is typically what is needed for interoperability with Classic ASP installations.

If you need to manually register ImageGlue then you can do so using the 'register.bat' scripts which can be found in the ImageGlue application folder.



Preferences for ImageGlue 6 and ImageGlue 7 are completely separate to allow you to have both installed at the same time.


Common Issues    

It is quite common to find that on newer installations ImageGlue may not have access to its log files. The most obvious way this will manifest is in the fact that the IGSettings image preview pane will fail to update or will display a blank image. Use Process Monitor to establish to what location access is being denied and you will be able to resolve this issue.

It is similarly common to discover that ImageGlue may not have write access for the Event Log. This means that it cannot log information about, for example, a failure to be able to write to a log file. While access to the Event Log is not crucial, the kinds of information that ImageGlue provides often help in troubleshooting configuration issues.