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Dear All:

Does any one experience / know  how to interpret the hotspot information below?

<HOTSPOT ID="BK170090000003B0002.10.1" GRAPHIC="BK170090000003B0002" RX="487,17" RY="1583,96" RW="111,81" RH="64,21" LINKEND="I90000003B0100">

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What does RX, RY, RW and RH mean? Any standard practices?

If i want to convert to picture xy coordination value, how should i do it?

Thank you.
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RX, RY, RW, and RH specify the rectangle of the hotspot. RX and RY are the x and y coordinates of the top left corner. RW and RH are the width and height respectively.
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Dear TommySzalapski

Thank you for your replied.

but RW and RH have 2 value. RW="111,81" RH="64,21"

How to interpret both value?

thanks.

Best regards.
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RW is the width. RH is the height. It's a rectangle.
RX="487,17" RY="1583,96" RW="111,81" RH="64,21"
The top left corner of the rectangle is
(487,17, 1583,96)
The bottom left corner is
(487,17+111,81, 1583,96+64,21) or (598,98 1648,17)
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