|This property is provided by the legacy OCR plugin. In version 12.60, the plugin was replaced with the new Optical Character Recognition plugin powered by Google Cloud Vision API. To learn more, see Optical Character Recognition.
The legacy OCR plugin was removed from TestComplete in version 12.60. If you need to use objects, methods, and properties provided by the legacy plugin with this version of TestComplete, please contact our Customer Care team. The legacy OCR plugin was restored in TestComplete version 14.0. To use the objects, methods, and properties with this or later TestComplete version, you need to install and enable the plugin manually.
OCROptions.Fonts property lets you get a
FontCollection object to configure a custom collection of fonts and their attributes to be used during character recognition. To learn more about the role of fonts for character recognition in TestComplete, see Optical Character Recognition.
|OCROptionsObj||An expression, variable or parameter that specifies a reference to an OCROptions object|
The property is applied to the following object:
The following example obtains information on the font that is currently used in Windows Notepad and adds the font to the font collection to be used during the character recognition. After that, it recognizes the text written in Windows Notepad and posts it to the test log.
def OCROptionsSample(): # Obtains the Notepad window notepad = Sys.Process("notepad") Window = notepad.Window("Notepad", "*").Window("Edit") # Captures an image of the Notepad window Rect = Window.Picture() Log.Picture(Rect, "Region with the text to be recognized") # Creates an OCR object OCRObj = OCR.CreateObject(Rect) # Calls the Font dialog and obtains the font currently used in Notepad notepad.Window("Notepad", "*").MainMenu.Click("Format|Font...") FWindow = notepad.Window("*", "Font") FontName = FWindow.Window("ComboBox", "", 1).wText FontSize = aqConvert.VarToInt(FWindow.Window("ComboBox", "", 3).wText) Log.Message("The " + FontName + " " + aqConvert.IntToStr(FontSize) + " font is used") FWindow.Window("Button", "OK").ClickButton() # Creates an OCROptions object OCROptions = OCRObj.CreateOptions() # Adds the font to the font collection to be used for the recognition NewFont = OCROptions.Fonts.Add() NewFont.Name = FontName NewFont.Sizes.Add(FontSize) # Recognizes the text and posts it to the test log Log.Message("Recognized characters:", OCRObj.GetText(OCROptions))