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rotating through endpoints

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
how can i make the user to rotate image through the endpoints of the image only if my code is: img.MouseLeftButtonDown += delegate { islbDown = true; startPosition = Mouse.GetPosition(img); img.CaptureMouse(); Point temp = new Point(ActualWidth / 2, ActualHeight / 2); centerPosition=img.TranslatePoint(temp,mycanvas); }; img.MouseMove += delegate { Point toPosition = new Point(); if (islbDown) { RotateTransform rt = (RotateTransform)img.LayoutTransform; rt.CenterX = img.ActualWidth / 2; rt.CenterY = img.ActualHeight / 2; toPosition = Mouse.GetPosition(img); Double delta = Vector.AngleBetween(startPosition - centerPosition, toPosition - centerPosition); rt.Angle += delta; img.RenderTransform = rt; } if (isrbDown) { toPosition = Mouse.GetPosition(mycanvas); Canvas.SetLeft(img, toPosition.X - startPosition.X); Canvas.SetTop(img, toPosition.Y - startPosition.Y); } }; thanks in advance!

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