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Date Posted: 18:14:38 01/24/02 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: How to resize a selection?
In reply to: Dmitri 's message, "How to resize a selection?" on 10:04:25 01/24/02 Thu

Hi Dmitri,

I am not sure I understand your question. You can only have one selection at a time. Are you trying to copy one selection into another selected region. One thing you can do is copy the selection to the clipboard, create a new graphic and assign it the contents of the clipboard. The you can paste the graphic to another selected region with TImageScrollBox.CopyGraphicIntoSelection. If you need to do some scaling, you can use the TResizeTransform.

Best regards,


>Hi Michel,
>I have a problem again.
>Here is it: I have a selection with a graphic. I can
>resize the rubberband (= selection), but how I can
>resize the graphic from the first selection to the
>size of the new selection (after resizing the
>rubberband)? The graphic should get smaller or larger,
>but with the original factor (graphic.width /
>How can I do it?
>With best regards,

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