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Changing the color of an area
The following code changes the color of an area in an Image control (IMG_ImageDrawing). The user clicks the Image control to select the area. The new color is selected by the user via a radio button (RADIO_SelectColor). The coordinates of the mouse click can be retrieved with MouseXPos and MouseYPos.
In this example, we will assume that the Image control (IMG_ImageDrawing) contains several drawings.
// -- Click code of "IMG_ImageDrawing"
// Declare the variables
AreaColor is int
XCoord is int
YCoord is int
// Declare the drawing in the "IMG_ImageDrawing" control
// Retrieve the coordinates of the mouse click
XCoord = MouseXPos()
YCoord = MouseYPos()
// Retrieve the selected fill color
CASE 1: AreaColor = LightRed
CASE 2: AreaColor = LightBlue
CASE 3: AreaColor = LightGreen
CASE 4: AreaColor = LightYellow
// Color the area
dFill(XCoord, YCoord, AreaColor)
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  • Version 9
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Last update: 05/26/2022

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