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Graphic Clipping

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I am trying to display a huge graphic but clip only a portion of its height to display rows of similar graphics.

The Width and Height of the Complete Graphic is 304 X 2164

I guess we could compare this to image mapping. I searched the forums but could not find anything specific.

I am trying to display a row and allow multiple rows to be viewed by scrolling.

The height of each row is 19 Pixels

Unimportant for now, but there is a column too.

The width of each column is 19 pixels

This will occur in a GUI Interface.

Just need some help with the basics to get a project off and running. Will post code as project develops.

Thanks!

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I am trying to display a huge graphic but clip only a portion of its height to display rows of similar graphics.

The Width and Height of the Complete Graphic is 304 X 2164

I guess we could compare this to image mapping. I searched the forums but could not find anything specific.

I am trying to display a row and allow multiple rows to be viewed by scrolling.

The height of each row is 19 Pixels

Unimportant for now, but there is a column too.

The width of each column is 19 pixels

This will occur in a GUI Interface.

Just need some help with the basics to get a project off and running. Will post code as project develops.

Thanks!

Maybe you could look into embeding it in a GUI with ie.au3

then maybe you could like openit in like photoshop or something from within a GUI

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Maybe you could look into embeding it in a GUI with ie.au3

then maybe you could like openit in like photoshop or something from within a GUI

I should've made my post a little less confusing than what I am thinking of.

I would like the image to be scrollable, but only 19 pixels down at a time. So the other remaining parts of the image above and below would be hidden..

I'll tinker with some code, then post what I got so far.

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