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  1. Hi guys, I am trying to make a picture controler on my interface. I can drag and zoom my picture but my zoom is too bad .... My picture is big and I didn't find the way to make a zoom on the center of my indicator image with the zoomfactor. All my calculate tries failed and my reseachs on the web failed ... I am not really sure if i am clear but I can answer your questions. Best, Flavien Control_Picture.vi
  2. Hello, I am trying to use classical touchscreen moves on my LabVIEW application. The problem is I really don't know how read the information coming from Windows indicating the type of move (zoom rotate, span,...)! I tried to use the Windows message queue library (using user32.dll) with the message WM_TOUCH and WM_GESTURE but nothing works. I don't know if it's compatible... Does anyone tried to do this? Thanks for your help!
  3. Thus users can easily zoom in and out simply by using Ctrl+Scroll button(Mouse Middle button), just like AutoCAD.
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