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Date Posted: 07:43:09 08/01/03 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Saving a zoom postition
In reply to: Rick 's message, "Saving a zoom postition" on 19:42:19 07/30/03 Wed

Hi Rick,

I have not tried this. Your approach looks sound, I assume the ZoomPercent should work fine. It it the scroll bar positions that don't update? This is just a guess, but try calling ImageScrollBox.Invalidate after changing the scroll bar positions.

Best regards,


>I have an ImageScrollBox with a working QuickSelect
>method. When the user selects a zoom area, I need to
>save that "zoom area" so that I can return to the
>exact same position on that image the next time it is
>displayed. For example, if I zoom into a date at the
>bottom right of the image on the next load of this
>image I should see the date centered in the scroll
>box. I am currently saving
>ImageScrollBox.HorzScrollBar.Position, and
>ImageScrollBox.VertScrollBar properties but it doesn't
>quite work. Is there anything else I should be

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