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Date Posted: 07:51:25 11/11/03 Tue
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: How to print a current view ?
In reply to: JK 's message, "How to print a current view ?" on 10:44:33 11/10/03 Mon

Hi JK,

You will need to combine a few things to do this. TImageScrollBox has a property call ImageRect which will give the coordinates of the TImage on the TImageScrollBox.

You will also need the position of the scroll bars, ImageScrollBox.HorzScrollBar, VertScrollBar.Position to deterimine the offset in the displayed graphic.

Then you can use the TCropTransform to extract the current view on the ImageScrollBox.DisplayedGraphic.

Best regards,


> Hi All,
> I want to print the current display after zoom in,
>zoom out
> and zoom pan. How can i do this ?
> Regards,JK

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