Cursor.DrawStretched Method (Graphics, Rectangle)

 

Draws the cursor in a stretched format on the specified surface, within the specified bounds.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Forms
Assembly:  System.Windows.Forms (in System.Windows.Forms.dll)

public void DrawStretched(
	Graphics g,
	Rectangle targetRect
)

Parameters

g
Type: System.Drawing.Graphics

The Graphics surface on which to draw the Cursor.

targetRect
Type: System.Drawing.Rectangle

The Rectangle that represents the bounds of the Cursor.

The drawing command originates on the graphics surface represented by the g parameter, but a Graphics object does not contain information about how to render a given image, so it passes the call to the Cursor object. The DrawStretched method stretches the image to fill the specified Rectangle when the cursor is drawn.

The following code example draws the specified cursor on the form in its normal size, and in stretched mode, twice its size. This example requires that you have a Form and a Cursor object to pass into the method when it is called.

private void DrawCursorsOnForm(Cursor cursor)
{
   // If the form's cursor is not the Hand cursor and the 
   // Current cursor is the Default, Draw the specified 
   // cursor on the form in normal size and twice normal size.
   if(this.Cursor != Cursors.Hand & 
     Cursor.Current == Cursors.Default)
   {
      // Draw the cursor stretched.
      Graphics graphics = this.CreateGraphics();
      Rectangle rectangle = new Rectangle(
        new Point(10,10), new Size(cursor.Size.Width * 2, 
        cursor.Size.Height * 2));
      cursor.DrawStretched(graphics, rectangle);

      // Draw the cursor in normal size.
      rectangle.Location = new Point(
      rectangle.Width + rectangle.Location.X, 
        rectangle.Height + rectangle.Location.Y);
      rectangle.Size = cursor.Size;
      cursor.Draw(graphics, rectangle);

      // Dispose of the cursor.
      cursor.Dispose();
   }
}

.NET Framework
Available since 1.1
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