resizing and rescaling an object: Is this math/logic ok?
niconiko at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 01:34:22 EST 2018
Given these values...
original STACK-width is tOSW
original stack-height is tOSH
resized stack-width is tRSW
resized stack-height of stack is tRSH
original OBJECT rect is tOOR (i.e., left,top,right,bottom)
... and assuming I'm right that ...
ratio of stack's width change is tRSWC and equals
round(tRSW / tOSW,2)
ratio of stack's height change is tRSHC and equals
round(tRSH / tOSH,2)
... then how (further?) wrong am I in assuming that, if I want the original
object resized and repositioned to scale on the new stack size, the NEW
RECT of that object therefore equals ...
round(item 1 of tOOR * tRSWC,0) , round(item 2 of tOOR * tRSHC,0) ,
round(item 3 of tOOR * tRSWC,0), round(item 4 of tOOR * tRSHC,0)
Sorry if that was painful. For what it's worth, I'm embarassed posting it,
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