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Date Posted: 07:14:55 07/24/00 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: TImage Canvas
In reply to: Steve Beaulieu 's message, "TImage Canvas" on 10:36:34 07/18/00 Tue

Hi Steve,

I apologies for the delay. I have been on vacation and was planning to continue working on

Envision, but I took the time off instead.

You should use the Canvas.Copy method to copy the image of any TGraphic derived class to

another canvas. For example, if you have a TImage and you would like to copy its contents to

a TImageScrollBox,

ImageScrollBox.Graphic.Canvas.Copy( 0, 0, Image.Picture.Graphic );

Best regards,


> My application draws on an image canvas. I want to
> Print this canvas but i cant seem to copy it to your
> TImageScrollBox. Can you help me
> thanks
> Stevo

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