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#1 Posted : Monday, September 14, 2009 3:40:32 AM(UTC)

Hemant  
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Hello ,

I am using Leadtools Raster Imaging Pro 15.0 in VS 2005 and c# is the implementation language.

I want to pre define a rectangle on LEADRasterViewer and user must be able to move this rectangle withing the viewer using the mouse.
Upon press of a button the image must be cropped to pre-defined rectangle.
How to implement it? Please provide me some code snippet to implement this.

Thanks and Regards
Hemant BK


 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, September 15, 2009 2:44:07 AM(UTC)

Adam Boulad  
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Hemant,
You can do this by creating an annotation object which can be moved by mouse, and when needed obtain the object's coordinates for the cropping process.

If you don't own a toolkit with Annotations support (Document Imaging or above), you can draw the rectangle you need on the RasterImageViewer control itself and handle the mouse events to move it around. You will also need to perform coordinate conversion from the controls client area to the displayed bitmap before you do cropping.

 
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