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Resizing/Scale while obeying ResizeInAggregate property?

Posted By Jason Irby 3 Years Ago

Resizing/Scale while obeying ResizeInAggregate property?

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Question:  What command do I use to resize/scale a group programatically like the diagram view does when you drag the handle bars (i.e. obey ResizeInAggregate property of child shapes)?

Explanation:  I have a complex object of a main shape and several child shapes around it's perimeter.  Like:
https://www.nevron.com/forum/uploads/images/7bf0156a-4f44-425b-934c-65b6.png


The child shapes have all their ResizeInAggregate property set to RepositionOnly.  So I only want to resize the main shape and re-position the child shapes.  This works fine in the diagram view when I resize by dragging the handles:

https://www.nevron.com/forum/uploads/images/fcbd801d-184a-4bec-b978-a61e.png

But at times I need to programatically do it.  When I tried to scale the group with
public virtual void Scale(CoordinateSystem system, float scaleX, float scaleY, NPointF pin);
it scaled the child shapes and not just re-positioned them.  Like it ignored the ResizeInAggregate property:
https://www.nevron.com/forum/uploads/images/4a7fca45-c4c9-4e6c-82c4-a9fa.png
 I must be missing something.

Thanks in advance.




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Hi,

Instead of Scale, use the ScaleModel method of the group. For example, to make the groups 2 times larger in both width and height, use the following code:

group.ScaleModel(2, 2, group.ModelBounds.Center);



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