ImageToViewerPoint Method


Converts a point in image coordinates to viewer coordinates.


public Point ImageToViewerPoint( 
   Point point, 
   bool accountForViewPerspective 
Point ImageToViewerPoint(  
   Point point, 
   bool accountForViewPerspective 
   Point^ ImageToViewerPoint( 
      Point^ point, 
      bool accountForViewPerspective 


The point in image coordinates.

true if  point is already in the image view-perspective. false if  point is in top-left coordinates.

Return Value

A System.Drawing.Point object containing the point coordinates.


This method converts a point from image (logical) to viewer (physical) coordinates. The viewer coordinates is what you are currently seeing on the screen. It contains the current scale and scroll values (as well as any padding if set). For example, when you use the RasterViewerInteractiveMode.UserRectangle, the value obtained from the RasterViewerRectangleEventArgs.Rectangle parameter to the InteractiveUserRectangle event is in physical coordinates. If you need to convert this value to image coordinates (for example, to use it as a region or to find the exact pixel coordinate of this rectangle in the image) then you should use the ViewerToImageRectangle method.

When  accountForViewPerspective is set to true, it is assumed that  point is already in the correct view perspective of the as the current image (RasterImage.ViewPerspective), therefore, no conversion to top-left (which what the physical coordinates are always in) is performed. If however this value is false, then this method will convert  point to top-left coordinates before converting it to physical coordinates.

To convert a point from viewer (physical) to image (logical) coordinates, use the ViewerToImagePoint method.

To convert a rectangle from image to viewer coordinates and back, use ImageToViewerRectangle and ViewerToImageRectangle.


using Leadtools.WinForms; 
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.ImageProcessing.Color; 
using Leadtools.Drawing; 
public void InteractiveUserRectangleExample(RasterImageViewer viewer) 
   // Set the interactive mode of the viewer to user-defined rectangle 
   viewer.InteractiveMode = RasterViewerInteractiveMode.UserRectangle; 
   // Subscribe to the InteractiveUserRectangle event to know when the user has finished drawing a new rectangle 
   viewer.InteractiveUserRectangle += new EventHandler<RasterViewerRectangleEventArgs>(viewer_InteractiveUserRectangle); 
private void viewer_InteractiveUserRectangle(object sender, RasterViewerRectangleEventArgs e) 
   // Check the status of the event 
   if (e.Status == RasterViewerInteractiveStatus.End && !e.Cancel) 
      // The user has finished drawing a new rectangle (and the operation has not been canceled) 
      // Get the rectangle and convert it to image coordinates (with view-perspective) 
      RasterImageViewer viewer = sender as RasterImageViewer; 
      Rectangle rect = e.Rectangle; 
      // The user rectangle might have negative width or height (if the user starts the drawing from 
      // bottom-left corner for example), check for that 
      if (rect.Left > rect.Right) 
         rect = Rectangle.FromLTRB(rect.Right, rect.Top, rect.Left, rect.Bottom); 
      if (rect.Top > rect.Bottom) 
         rect = Rectangle.FromLTRB(rect.Left, rect.Bottom, rect.Right, rect.Top); 
      // Account for the view perspective of the image 
      rect = viewer.ViewerToImageRectangle(rect, true); 
      // Set this as the region and invert the colors 
      RasterImage image = viewer.Image; 
      LeadRect ltRect = new LeadRect(rect.Left, rect.Top, rect.Width, rect.Height); 
      image.AddRectangleToRegion(null, ltRect, RasterRegionCombineMode.Set); 
      InvertCommand cmd = new InvertCommand(); 
      // Remove the region 


Target Platforms

See Also


RasterImageViewer Class

RasterImageViewer Members

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