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I am making a system for medical ophtalmologists. I want to give them, the possibility of having a form, that has an image of an eye on it, and on this image, adding drawings dynamically and moving them. I am working with c# on winforms.

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Mariano
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pretty good!!!

how can i use it on my app? it would be possible to use custom drawings instead of making manually?
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What is custom drawings? If you ask how user can draw overlay objects using mouse, this is the answer. If you ask how to draw something programmatically over image, this is simple: handle Paint event, draw image and then anything else.
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Please it excuses my English.

What I meant  is that i want to show a list of images, so that the user can choose one and put it on a background image (an eye for example) and putting wherever he wants. Next, he would have to be able to store that information in a data base. Thanks for your posts.

Greetings

Mariano
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You can use Rectangle object of DrawTools as prototype of your own object which keeps overlay image. Image tool allows to select rectangular area. Overlay image is drawn in this area. Basic image (of eye?) is drawn on background.
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To keep overlay in database, keep rectangle position and overlay image itself.
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Thanks you very much, i'll try it.
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