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Drawing trackers And Getting the Selections in your PictureBox.

, 19 Apr 2005
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This is a class to help you handle the selections in the PictureBox.

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Introduction

In VC++, we have a class CRectTracker which helps to draw the trackers and also there is function a DrawFocusRect() with which tracker behavior can be achieved. In C#, I did not find any kind of such functionality (if there is, then I am unaware at the moment.). So I decided to make program which draws box with tracker and allows manipulation with the box with the help of trackers. This is a class to help you handle the selections in the PictureBox.

Reference

Drawing trackers, moving and resizing the objects using double buffering.

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virdust2003

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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralMy vote of 5 Pinmembermanoj kumar choubey28-Apr-13 0:13 
Questionget index of selected rectanle PinmemberdakshikaJ14-May-12 22:01 
GeneralpictureBox sizeMode Pinmemberilintx17-Aug-09 7:39 
GeneralRe: pictureBox sizeMode PinmemberMaxxi868-Sep-09 0:06 
GeneralRe: pictureBox sizeMode Pinmemberilintx8-Sep-09 8:53 
QuestionHow do I get info on selected section PinmemberbuyValu26-Aug-08 10:03 
Generalthe Class ControlPain PinmemberBenoit Morneau29-Apr-05 5:20 
QuestionDo I know you? PinmemberJoel Holdsworth19-Apr-05 9:26 
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