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rubberbox

Rubberband box for rectangle selection

Calling Sequence

[final_rect,btn]=rubberbox()
[final_rect,btn]=rubberbox(initial_rect)
[final_rect,btn]=rubberbox(edition_mode)
[final_rect,btn]=rubberbox(initial_rect, edition_mode)

Arguments

initial_rect

vector with two or four entries. With four entries it gives the initial rectangle defined by [x_left, y_top, width, height], with two entries width and height are supposed to be 0.

edition_mode

a boolean, if edition_mode is %t button press selects the first corner, release selects the opposite corner. If edition_mode is %f, a button press or click selects the first corner, a click is requested to select the opposite corner. The default value is %f.

final_rect

a rectangle defined by [x_left, y_top, width, height]

btn

an integer, the number of the mouse button clicked

Description

rubberbox(initial_rect) tracks a rubberband box in the current graphic window, following the mouse. When a button is clicked rubberbox returns the final rectangles definition in final_Rect. If the argument initial_rect is not specified, a click is needed to fix the initial corner position.

Examples

xsetech(frect=[0,0,100,100])
[x,y]=xclick();r=rubberbox([x;y;30;10])
xrect(r)
r=rubberbox()

See Also

  • xrect — draw a rectangle
  • xrects — draw or fill a set of rectangles
  • xclick — Wait for a mouse click.
  • xgetmouse — get the mouse events and current position
  • dragrect — Drag rectangle(s) with mouse
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