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Getting dimensions of bmp for dbimage or image components?

Posted on 1998-06-12
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When loading a bmp into a dbimage component how do I get the component to see if the Bmp is too big to show within the dbimage and put stretch on automaticaly and if the bmp is smaller than the size of the dbimage then stretch is off?
Any help please would be appreciated.
Mike Ross
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Load the Image and compare dbImage1.Width with dbImage1.Picture.Graphic.Width, and the same with height. Then set the stretch property if needed.

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bosism@netvision.net.il
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I have got it to work with all forms. Thanks
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