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From "Steiner, Dominik" <Dominik.Stei...@gigatronik.com>
Subject AW: Translations with zoom in and zoom out?
Date Wed, 19 Oct 2005 06:57:07 GMT
```Hi Michael,

for converting a Point I do as follows:

public static Float convertPointToViewBox(SVGCanvas canvas, Point
point) {

try {

AffineTransform viewBoxTranfrom = canvas.getViewBoxTransform();

viewBoxTranfrom = viewBoxTranfrom.createInverse();

return convertPoint(point, viewBoxTranfrom);

} catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {

e.printStackTrace();

}

return null;

}

private static Point2D.Float convertPoint(Point point, AffineTransform
viewBoxTranfrom) {

double[] matrix = new double[6];

viewBoxTranfrom.getMatrix(matrix);

return convertPoint(point, matrix);

}

public static Point2D.Float convertPoint(Point point,

double[] matrix) {

Point2D.Float retP = new Point2D.Float();

retP.x = (float) (matrix[0] * point.x + matrix[2] * point.y +
matrix[4]);

retP.y = (float) (matrix[1] * point.x + matrix[3] * point.y +
matrix[5]);

return retP;

}

I hope this helps... :-)

Dominik Steiner

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Von: Bishop, Michael W. CONTR J9C880
[mailto:Michael.Bishop@je.jfcom.mil]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. Oktober 2005 19:02
An: batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Betreff: RE: Translations with zoom in and zoom out?

Oops, forgot Line2D falls in the Shape category.  For the text and the
polyline, I really have the same problem; the text is a single x,y
coordinate and the polyline is a set of x,y coordinates.  If I can
figure out how to translate those, I should be in good shape.

Michael Bishop

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From: Bishop, Michael W. CONTR J9C880
[mailto:Michael.Bishop@je.jfcom.mil]
Sent: Tue 10/18/2005 12:57 PM
To: batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Subject: RE: Translations with zoom in and zoom out?

That is precisely what I needed.  I was using
JSVGCanvas.getRenderingTransform() and that didn't quite work.  That
works for my boxes and ellipses, but is there a similar school of
thought, using the AffineTransform for Line2D, a set of points (later
used to create a polyline) and text??

Michael Bishop

_____

From: Steiner, Dominik [mailto:Dominik.Steiner@gigatronik.com]
Sent: Tue 10/18/2005 7:46 AM
To: batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Subject: AW: Translations with zoom in and zoom out?

Hi Michael,

I'm not sure if this helps you, but I would suggest that you transform
the screen coordinates to viewbox coordinates. I first let the user draw
on screen coordinates and when he finished I do the transformation to
viewbox coordinates as follows:

public static Shape scaleShapeToViewbox(Shape shape, SVGCanvas canvas)
{

try {

AffineTransform at = canvas.getViewBoxTransform().createInverse();

shape = at.createTransformedShape(shape);

} catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e1) {

e1.printStackTrace();

}

return shape;

}

So this works for my Java2D shapes....

I hope it helps...

Dominik

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Von: Bishop, Michael W. CONTR J9C880
[mailto:Michael.Bishop@je.jfcom.mil]
Gesendet: Montag, 17. Oktober 2005 20:44
An: batik-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org
Betreff: Translations with zoom in and zoom out?

OK, so I have the JSVGCanvas zooming in and zooming out.  Since I have a
whiteboard application, users can draw objects to the canvas.  Much like
typical art programs, you get an "outline" of what you're going to draw
before it's placed.  For a box, you click, drag the mouse to the desired
size and release.  I guess they call it "rubber-banding" or whatever.

On to my question.  When the canvas is zoomed in/zoomed out, how can I
get the translation correct on the glass pane?  The glass pane is
currently drawing based on the coordinates of the JSVGCanvas, but it
draws as if the JSVGCanvas isn't zoomed in or out.  In short, what the
glass pane is rendering is not zoomed, but what the JSVGCanvas is
rendering is.  So what you see isn't what you get when you let go of the
mouse.  How can I translate my shapes based on the zoom?  If I draw
something on a canvas that is zoomed in 20%, I'd like to scale the
outline 20%...etc.  That degree of scaling is what I don't know how to
get.

Michael Bishop

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