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comment Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
Accpeting your answer + rewarding bounty. Still interested in the concrete reason, why your reply fixes both problems ;-) Maybe someone else can help us out with that?
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accepted Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
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revised Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
hint to SamTheDev's answer
Feb
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comment Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
Thanks your your reply, I updated my initial post with further information. I am experiencing problems with your code for problem 2. page.Children.Add( canvas );gives me a System.InvalidOperationException. Note that SamTheDev basically solved both problems (also with shorter code) before investing too much time in an answer. I am still interested in any insight/additional information. Do you see any advantage of your longer code for my use case? Thanks!
Feb
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comment Drawing a path surrounding a given path
Thanks for these informations! The pure WPF or Clipper solution will suit my case better, but I learned something new here :-)
Feb
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comment Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
Thanks for your reply. I restructured my initial post. Actually your printCanvas method fixed BOTH problems, though I yet don't understand why it also solved the first problem (10 cm long line ending up as 9.7 cm long line). Do you have any idea, why your solution also fixes the problem with the black line?
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revised Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
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revised Printing Canvas to XPS unwanted scaling and cut off
better problem description
Feb
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comment Drawing a path surrounding a given path
You are right, but I don't know how to better describe this in words. Maybe with the term polygon offset which I meanwhile learned ;-)
Feb
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comment Drawing a path surrounding a given path
I accepted this as answer, as it looks really promising and the county ended. Yet didn't have the change to experiment with it.
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accepted Drawing a path surrounding a given path
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