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hi!
could anybody help me out with image zoom-in and zoom-out. I am making an applet, wherein on the click of a button, the user should be able to zoom-in successively , and on the click of another button, zoom-out of the image successively. if anybody could help me out in this...
thanx in advance..
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I've never done this.
I'd try to construct a new image of whatever size I am displaying using a clipping region of the original image effectively zooming in on the original image. To zoom in some more, repeat using some clipping region of the new image. To zoom out, either maintain a collection of images and step backwards through them, or use some clipping region from the original image to construct a new image, etc.
For a more sophisticated approach, you might want to see what the group at Koala Graphics did. They provide an open source, high end, 2D graphics package.
Good Luck.
 
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Hi Meera,
try out the following code:

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hope u got what u want!
rgds,
Shashi
 
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oh, by the way, if its too small to see, u just copy and paste in onto wordpad.
rgds,
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thanx a lot..i tried and it worked!!!
otherwise, i tried using the getScaledInstance() method of java.awt and it also worked.
thanx again...

meera
 
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