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In case you want to execute the CropCommand with predefined start point, width and height values, you can use the following code snippet, placed in appropriate place into your code:
CropCommandContext context =
CropCommandContext(100, 100, 320, 220);
Note that "ImageEditorUI" is the name of the RadImageEditorUI control which is used in the application. The code above will crop the image to an image with width '320' and height '220', starting from the point with coordinates (100,100) calculated from the image's top left corner.
In case you want to make a custom tool, with different UI, you can go to our SDK Browser
and see the CustomWatermarkTool
demo or go directly to our GitHub repository
, download and run the demo.
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