Tag Archives: Windows Forms programming

Use the mouse wheel to scale images while cropping them to a desired aspect ratio in C#

This example adds mouse wheel support to the example Crop scaled images to a desired aspect ratio in C#. Some social media platforms work best with a 4:3 aspect ratio, so I use that example almost every day to crop … Continue reading

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Allow scrolling while making a hexagonal montage in C#

The example Make a hexagonal montage of pictures in C# shows how to make a hexagonal montage similar to the one shown above. I sometimes want to make a montage that is much bigger, and that example doesn’t let you … Continue reading

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Use XAML data binding to display an animated rectangle’s location

This example uses storyboard animation to move a rectangle and uses XAML data binding to display the rectangle’s location as it moves. It’s actually fairly simple, at least a far as WPF goes, once you figure out how to do … Continue reading

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Print product signs in C#

This is a program I recently wrote to print product signs for my bakery The Enchanted Oven. You can modify the code to use your product names and prices. In the program’s main form (upper left in the picture), select … Continue reading

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Display flash cards in C#

This example displays flash cards created by two pervious examples. The post Split images into halves in C# shows how to separate the prompt and result flash card images. The post Label images at the bottom in C# shows how … Continue reading

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Label images at the bottom in C#

The second step in building a Hiragana flash card program is to label images so you can understand what they mean. My last post in the series, Split images into halves in C#, showed how to split an image into … Continue reading

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Split images into halves in C#

Sometimes I starts a project that begins simply enough but that requires me to write a couple of other programs. In this case I wanted to write a simple flash card program to display images of Japanese Hiragana characters so … Continue reading

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Allow scrolling while making a diagonal picture montage in C#

The post Make an improved diagonal picture montage in C# describes a program that lets you make a diagonal picture montage similar to the one shown above. I recently wanted to make a picture montage that was much bigger. There … Continue reading

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Find controls by name in WPF with C#

This example lets you find controls by entering their names. When you enter a control’s name and a color and click Apply, the program changes the selected control’s background color. You can use XAML code to give names to the … Continue reading

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Let the user scribble on a background image in C#

The post Let the user scribble on a PictureBox in C# shows how you can let the user draw with the mouse. This example lets you load a background image. It also lets you save the result into an image … Continue reading

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