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baranils24-Feb-10 20:28
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Thanks for you reply Walt

"gets or sets a Region that limits the drawing region of this Graphics."

Let's assume that
So how that limit works ?

If I set a clip as

Graphics.Clip(new Region(new Rectangle(100,100,500,800));

The limited region will be 100,100,500,800

So at least if the coordinates are not translated, drawing at 0, 0 is outside the clip and I will see nothing

But is seems that I can continue to draw anywhere on the original graphics
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