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QuestionScroll window after zoom Pin
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Dear coders, for few days, I struggle to solve a simple problem: to scroll the window after zooming, in such a way, that mouse position stay in the exactly same logical position ... and I didn't succeded. Frown | :(

The view is based on CScrollView, mapping mode is always MM_TEXT, zomming is changing by 10%. Nothing special.

Have you see how Window Photo Viewer (from Windows 7) work on zooming ? I want to implement the same behaviour ... does anybody do that before ? Anybody have similar code ?

modified 19-Nov-12 4:19am.

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