Copy image content for object image empty. (Image moving)
Gilberto Cuba Ricardo
gilbert at isphlg.rimed.cu
Sat Sep 17 15:36:38 CDT 2005
Thank you another time.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Klaus Major" <klaus at major-k.de>
To: "How to use Revolution" <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 17, 2005 6:03 AM
Subject: Re: Copy image content for object image empty. (Image moving)
> Buenos diaz Gilberto,
>>> you can simply put one image into another one :-)
>>> But this only works with imported images, NOT with referenced images!
>> I understand this.
>>> on mouseUp
>>> put image "img01" into image "Visor" ##of cd 17 of stack
>>> "another cool stack"
>>> end mouseUp
>> This works to the a thousand marvels. Thanks.
> Great :-)
>>> This is a little less scripting and you do not have to take care
>>> that the dimensions
>> As you spoke of the dimensions I stayed thinking and when carrying
>> out a code I found a detail that I wanted to be able to clarify.
>> I made the following script in the image.
>> on mouseUp
>> lock screen
>> put image "img01" of stack "myStack" into image "Visor"
>> set the width of image "Visor" to 200
>> set the height of image "Visor" to 200
>> unlock screen
>> end mouseUp
>> And it happens that when I press the click in the image, the image
>> goes moving up in a position and me the only thing that I make is
>> to change their dimensions.
>> Why does this happen?
> Sorry, no idea...
>> I don't have neither the smallest idea.
> I also found that setting height and/or width will also change
> the loc of an object.
> I ususally work around this with:
> on mouseUp
> put the loc of img "visor" into tOldloc
> lock screen
> put image "img01" of stack "myStack" into image "Visor"
> set the width of image "Visor" to 200
> set the height of image "Visor" to 200
> set the loc of img "visor" to tOldloc
> ## :-)
> unlock screen
> end mouseUp
>>> of both images are identical(!) as you have with "imagedata".
>>> Hope that heps.
>> Yes and thanks you.
>>>> Gilberto Cuba
>>> Regards from germany
>>> Klaus Major
>>> klaus at major-k.de
>> My name is Gilberto Cuba and I live in Cuba.
> I almost guessed ;-)
> Have a nice weekend.
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
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