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    Default select imageView...

    Hi i'm new here...

    you can select an image with mouse in javafx and then copy it?

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    Default Re: select imageView...

    Quote Originally Posted by beppe78 View Post
    you can select an image with mouse in javafx and then copy it?
    Seems doable.

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    Default Re: select imageView...

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    Seems doable.

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    Default Re: select imageView...

    Quote Originally Posted by beppe78 View Post
    i don't understand...
    What db is says is that it's very likely that Java code can be written that does what you want.
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    Default Re: select imageView...

    That is not explaining it. Let me spell it out.

    "you can select an image with mouse in javafx and then copy it?" -> that is a yes or no question. The answer is yes.

    That is clearly not the answer you want, so perhaps spend a little more time thinking about what you actually want to ask rather than making us guess.
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    Default Re: select imageView...

    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    That is not explaining it. Let me spell it out.

    "you can select an image with mouse in javafx and then copy it?" -> that is a yes or no question. The answer is yes.
    Actually, if the question is directed at me then the answer is "no" (and I strongly suspect it is the same for you).

    I could of course change that answer to "yes" after buckling down and researching the JavaFX classes I might use to --
    -- detect a mouse click on the image (a no-brainer)
    -- set the image where another application can copy it (yes FX has its own class for that too)

    ... and of course classes for actually running a program and putting the image on screen.

    beppe78, what have you tried?

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