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Date Posted: 23:07:44 05/06/00 Sat
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: How do I paste a smaller image into a larger one?
In reply to: Chiqui Abello 's message, "How do I paste a smaller image into a larger one?" on 18:11:01 05/04/00 Thu

Hi Chiqui,

I do not have any "canned" code to do this but there are two options. The first and the simplest, is to use the
TDibGraphic.Canvas.Draw method. For example,

LargeGraphic.Canvas.Draw( X, Y, SmallGraphic );

If you are using TIFF files, LargeGraphic would be a TTiffGraphic class.

The other option, is to copy the pixels yourself with the TDibGraphic.RGB property.

Best regards,


> I've not used Delphi's graphics routines before and
> have instead relied on third party products like your
> own to get the job done. How do I paste a small
> rectangular image into a larger .Tif file? Do you have
> any canned code that shows this?

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