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Hi everyone, I have posted a quick ZIP file containing a sample project that shows you how to use the output from the Deep Zoom Composer with Silverlight's MultiScaleImage control.
Beyond giving you a working example, this implementation also includes a C# approach to getting mousewheel support in IE, Firefox, and Safari (Mac). You can read more about my mouse wheel support on my blog here.
For another example using the keyboard, please read Mike Taulty's post on this topic.
Update: Scott Hanselman has posted a modified version of this code with panning, click-to-zoom, and more! Check it out here.
Hi everyone, I have posted a quick ZIP file containing a sample project that shows you how to use the
Brilliant. Thanks for that. Any chance of the code for scrolling around using the mouse as well?
Ben - I'll provide the code for that shortly :)
Hi, I put your Mouse Wheel example and added Panning, Click Zooming, etc and posted it here: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheWeeklySourceCode18DeepZoomSeadragonSilverlight2MultiScaleImageMouseWheelZoomingAndPanningEdition.aspx
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That's really great stuff!
But how did you manage to integrate more than one image?
Philipp - the final output of the DZC doesn't care whether you are using one image or multiple. The final result will be the same either way with a similar folder/file output :)
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Hi everyone, One of the most frequent requests you all have made has been for samples that showcase taking
Pete Brown on DPI in Blend, Joe Stagner on SL and Security, Laurence Moroney on DeepZoom in C#, SL Developer
Depuis la mise a disponibilité de Silverlight 2 au Mix08 il y a eu beaucoup d'articles, de blogs sur
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