From today the instruction .Rotate for a bitmap is behaving in a strange way.
I think the only thing changed is that I update to iOS 14.3.
Sub Cam_Complete(Success As Boolean, Image as Bitmap, VideoPath As String)
If Success Then
if the application is for example in portrait and the image to be displayed would be displayed better if it were landscape, could the image be rotated by 90 degrees and then displayed in the imageview?
I dont want to rotate the whole app to landscape.
Hello, i was looking for a lib that do all the functions mentioned in title and the best lib that i found and that works perfectly is this one https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/multitouchwithdynamicaddandremove.84516/#content made by @Johan Schoeman
But it's only working with one image...
I needed to draw a bitmap rotated from the upper-left corner, not the center of the image as the canvas DrawBitmapRotated function does. After looking up the math and coding this again for the I-don't-know-how-many time, I decided to post it here so I could find it quickly in the future, or...
This new library will allow you to make cuts on images in a square (rectangular), circle and ellipse.
Moreover, the image can be enlarged by the user, and rotated to obtain different cuts.
I have used XUI libraries, if I have time I convert it to Android.
The full version will be distributed to...