If you set the "fill" style to true, resizing the ImageView will scale the image.
On Feb 18, 2011, at 12:41 PM, JohnRodey wrote:
> I have a component in my GUI that I want to use to display an image and
> support the following features.
> I want to support:
> Fit to width/height
> Custom zoom in/out
> Setting image back to original image size
> Is there any examples dealing with zooming? If not can you point me in the
> right direction. Do I need to get the graphics and redraw it myself? Or is
> there some utility method?
> I imagine changing the size will only clip the image?
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Could you post more code? Where are you calling the code you have shown us? It sounds to me like you would need a flag set on key down or mouse down, and cleared on key up or mouse up, and then only do the zoom as you have shown while the flag is set. But, without a bit more of an idea of how you have structured things, it is a little hard to tell.
From: JLEIngenieros [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Monday, December 23, 2013 4:48 PM
To: [hidden email] Subject: Re: Zooming an image
Hello, my name is Javier
At first, i think is a good idea to resize the container BoxPane, in order to execute zoom, with image setted to fill.
But here is a problem: the zoom only sets after mousemove or similar (panel is a BoxPane containing an image):
int newWidth=(int)((float) panel.getWidth() * zoomXY);
int newHeight=(int)((float) panelgetHeight() * zoomXY);