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Neeba Rebbaca
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I'm using a wider co-ordinates so quite often, my images are going out of my screen. Is there any method so, that i can display the image always in viewable area.???


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Rob Spoor
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What is your problem's context? A web application, Swing, anything else?


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Neeba Rebbaca
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Its a swing Applet. Embedded in html
Rob Spoor
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Image has a method called getScaledInstance. You can get the viewable area by getting the JViewport of a JScrollPane; check out its methods.

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Ulf Dittmer
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Some advice on how, and when, and why, to avoid getScaledInstance: The Perils of Image.getScaledInstance()


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Neeba Rebbaca
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i think its more related to java 3d.

Let me explain the scenario. suppose i want to draw a line,whose co-ordinate are 11123.256(its from GPS co-ordinate).So how can i display such a huge scale.(Moreover, i don't want to scroll). I just want to show the diagram in the viewable area.


I have one more question.What is the Maximum and minimum co-ordinate that java 3d will support???

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Neeba Rebbaca
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I need to draw line for coordinate -157,-132,31(Natural Coordinates). But its not displaying in the screen. How to bring it inside the view???




Please help me!!!

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