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Date Posted: 20:27:35 09/17/03 Wed
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Crop Question
In reply to: Mike Haiss 's message, "Crop Question" on 14:58:37 09/17/03 Wed

Hi Mike,

You should use the mmSelect mouse mode instead of mmQuickSelect.

Then when a selection is active you can use,

(ImageScrollBox.MouseHandler as TRubberbandMouseHander).GetSelection(Rect);

This will give you the coordinates of the selected rectangle.

Best regards,


>I want to crop a tiff image loaded in an
>ImageScrollBox using the mmQuickSelect mouse mode to
>select the area.
>Is there an easy way to calculate the number of pixels
>the Select box/rubberband is from the edge of the
>Using C++ Builder 5

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