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canvas::mvg(n)						      Variations on a canvas						    canvas::mvg(n)

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NAME
canvas::mvg - Canvas to ImageMagick MVG vector format SYNOPSIS
package require Tcl 8.5 package require Tk 8.5 package require canvas::mvg ?1? ::canvas::mvg pathName _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
This package provides a command to convert a canvas' contents to ImageMagick's MVG vector format. API
::canvas::mvg pathName Dump the contents of the canvas pathName. The result is a string in ImageMagick's MVG vector format. KEYWORDS
canvas, graphics, imagemagick, magick vector graphics, mvg, print screen, serialization, vector graphics COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2010 Wolf-Dieter Busch (http://wiki.tcl.tk/15505) Copyright (c) 2010 Documentation, Andreas Kupries canvas 1.0.1 canvas::mvg(n)

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canvas::zoom(n) 					      Variations on a canvas						   canvas::zoom(n)

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NAME
canvas::zoom - Zoom control for canvas::sqmap SYNOPSIS
package require Tcl 8.4 package require Tk 8.4 package require snit package require uevent::onidle package require canvas::zoom ?0.2.1? ::canvas::zoom pathName ?options? _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
This package provides a widget to enable the user of a map display to control the zoom level. API
::canvas::zoom pathName ?options? Creates the zoom control widget pathName and configures it. The methods and options supported by the new widget are described in the following sections. The result of the command is pathName. OPTIONS -orient The value for this option is either vertical, or horizontal, specifying the orientation of the major axis of the widget. The default is vertical. -levels The value for this option is a non-negative integer. It specifies the number of zoom levels to support. -variable The value for this option is the name of a global or namespaced variable which is connected with the widget. changes to the zoom level made the widget are propagated to this variable, and in turn changes to the variable are imported into the widget. -command This option specifies a command prefix. This callback will be invoked whenever the zoom level is changed. It is called with two additional arguments, the zoom control widget, and the new zoom level, in this order. METHODS The widget supports no methods beyond the standard (configure, cget, etc.). KEYWORDS
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