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12-09-2010 01:32 AM

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I have a cluster constant on my block diagram and I'm trying to get it's image to display it in a picture control.

We can get the image of a cluster control but that not what I want... Is there a way?

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12-09-2010 02:02 AM

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You can do what the CCT does - get an image of the entire diagram, then cut out just the section you want.

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12-09-2010 02:47 AM

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True, great point! I hadn't thought about it :-o

Beside that is there any "pure scripting way"? I mean... for a cluster control there are methods to get the fp & bd images, I was hopping to find a method to get the bd image for a cluster constants.

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12-09-2010 02:52 AM

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12-09-2010 08:41 AM

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If you get the full block diagram image, you can crop it programmatically by using the position and bounds properties of the cluster to determine where to crop.

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12-09-2010 09:20 AM

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Yep, I used the CCT function that does exactly that

We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.

**Epictetus**