Gets or sets the transformation that is applied to the brush using relative coordinates.
Assembly: PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)
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This property is especially useful when you want to rotate, scale, skew, or otherwise transform a brush about its center, but you don't know the size of the area painted with the brush, or you are using the same brush to paint different areas with different sizes.
For detailed information about this property, see the Brush Transformation Overview.
The first example applies a RotateTransform to the property of an ImageBrush. The CenterX and CenterY properties of a RotateTransform object are both set to 0.5, which is the relative coordinate of the center point of this content. As a result, the ImageBrush content rotates about its center.
<Rectangle Width="175" Height="90" Stroke="Black"> <Rectangle.Fill> <ImageBrush ImageSource="sampleImages\pinkcherries.jpg"> <ImageBrush.RelativeTransform> <RotateTransform CenterX="0.5" CenterY="0.5" Angle="45" /> </ImageBrush.RelativeTransform> </ImageBrush> </Rectangle.Fill> </Rectangle>
To rotate the brush about its center, the example sets the CenterX and CenterY properties of the RotateTransform object to absolute coordinates. Because the brush paints a rectangle that is 175 by 90 pixels, the center point of the rectangle is (87.5, 45).
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