Monthly Archives: October 2019

Draw a heartagram in C#

The heartagram is a symbol created by vocalist Ville Valo and used by the band HIM. I’m not particularly a fan, but I think the heartagram shape is interesting so I wanted to make one with a C# program. The … Continue reading

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Connect two line segments with a circular arc in C#

Recently I wanted to make a circular arc that connected two line segments. The .NET DrawCurve method lets you connect points with a smooth curve relatively easily, but the curve is a spline and not a circular arc. (I’ll post … Continue reading

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Crop images to specific sizes in C#

Sometimes I need to crop images to specific sizes or aspect ratios. For example, the following list shows some recommended image sizes for Google Business. Profile image – 250×250 pixels Cover photo – 1080×608 pixels Shared images – 497×373 pixels … Continue reading

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Draw on top of a background image in C#

Drawing on a background image is actually very easy. It seems to be a common question on the internet, however, so I decided to make this example. This example draws on a background image in two ways. If you just … Continue reading

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Make a Word document with one picture on each page in C#

This example shows how you can make a program create a Word document that contains a picture on each page. Before you start writing code, open the Add References dialog, click on the COM tab, and add a reference to … Continue reading

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