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How to reset without losing rotation? - JRodman - 11-02-2011

Is there a way to reproduce the behavior of ResetToLimits() but keep the current rotation angle?


RE: How to reset without losing rotation? - abenedik - 11-03-2011

That is very easy. It can be done with:

ZoomPanel1.SetViewbox(ZoomPanel1.ViewboxLimits);


RE: How to reset without losing rotation? - JRodman - 11-04-2011

That worked thanks. Got another question for you: how do you zoom and pan to a specific object in your xaml? Whats the easiest way to accomplish this?


RE: How to reset without losing rotation? - abenedik - 11-08-2011

Because this problem is probably interested for other users also I have created a new thread with the solution: http://forum.wpf-graphics.com/showthread.php?tid=200


RE: How to reset without losing rotation? - JRodman - 11-14-2011

Had a small issue with this. When I apply a rotation to the zoompanel, using this mechanism to reset zoom no longer works right. It zooms as if it was not rotated. In my case I have a rectangle what will zoom differently if it is landscape vs portrait.