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Visual basic drawing a X based component locations

Posted on 2002-07-17
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How can a make an X appear over a image/picture box control with the on click event. I want to use the line function to make a X over the image Box. I am thinking about using the. height .width  .left and .top variables of the image box witch seems to work fine wen the image/picture box is at the center of the page but when It is of to the side the X is distorted.Is this possible or is there a better way?
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Arrummzen
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PictureBox.AutoRedraw = True
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Me.AutoRedraw = True
    Picture1.AutoRedraw = True
   
    Picture1.Line (0, 0)-(Picture1.ScaleWidth, Picture1.ScaleHeight), vbRed
    Picture1.Line (Picture1.ScaleWidth, 0)-(0, Picture1.ScaleHeight), vbBlue

    Me.Line (Image1.Left, Image1.Top)-(Image1.Width + Image1.Left, Image1.Top + Image1.Height), vbYellow
    Me.Line (Image1.Left, Image1.Top + Image1.Height)-(Image1.Width + Image1.Left, Image1.Top), vbGreen
End Sub
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Arrummzen
i see you are new here
so please read the tips about comments and answers at the bottom of this page
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by:pierrecampe
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Hi Tiger
still up at this hour in the morning ?
over here it is 4 in the morning (belgium)
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by:Arrummzen
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Thank you very much. I have tried for over a week to figure this one out. Good Work.
Sincerely,
Arrummzen
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