Applies to TestComplete 14.70, last modified on October 20, 2020

Description

A Size object contains the width and height of a Picture object and is returned by the Picture.Size property. You can also create an empty Size object using the Utils.Size method.

Members

Remarks

If you change the image size via the Picture.Size property, the image will be resized without scaling. The resulting image will be cropped or padded at the bottom right.

To resize an image with scaling, use the Picture.Stretch method.

Example

The following example demonstrates how to create an empty Size object.

JavaScript, JScript

function CreateEmptySize()
{
  var Size, SetHeight, SetWidth;
  …
  // Creates a new Size object
  Size = Utils.Size;
  // Sets the width and height
  Size.Height = SetHeight;
  Size.Width = SetWidth;
  …
}

Python

def CreateEmptySize():
  # ...
  # Creates a new Size object
  Size = Utils.Size
  # Sets the width and height
  Size.Height = SetHeight
  Size.Width = SetWidth
  # ...

VBScript

Sub CreateEmptySize
  Dim Size
  …
  ' Creates a new Size object
  Set Size = Utils.Size
  ' Sets the width and height
  Size.Height = SetHeight
  Size.Width = SetWidth
  …
End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure CreateEmptySize();
var Size, SetHeight, SetWidth;
begin
  …
  // Creates a new Size object
  Size := Utils.Size;
  // Sets the width and height
  Size.Height := SetHeight;
  Size.Width := SetWidth;
  …
end;

C++Script, C#Script

function CreateEmptySize()
{
  var Size, SetHeight, SetWidth;
  …
  // Creates a new Size object
  Size = Utils["Size"];
  // Sets the width and height
  Size["Height"] = SetHeight;
  Size["Width"] = SetWidth;
  …
}

The following example demonstrates how to obtain a Size object that contains the weight and height of the specified picture.

JavaScript, JScript

function ObtainSize()
{

  var Pict, Size, x, y;

  // Creates a new empty Picture object
  Pict = Utils.Picture;
  // Loads the image from a file
  Pict.LoadFromFile("D:\\Work Folder\\my_image.png");

  // Obtains the size of the picture
  Size = Pict.Size;
  // Obtains the width of the picture
  x = Pict.Size.Width;
  // Obtains the height of the picture
  y = Pict.Size.Height;

  // ...

}

Python

def ObtainSize():
  
  # Creates a new empty Picture object
  Pict = Utils.Picture
  # Loads the image from a file
  Pict.LoadFromFile("D:\\Work Folder\\my_image.png")

  # Obtains the size of the picture
  Size = Pict.Size
  # Obtains the width of the picture
  x = Pict.Size.Width
  # Obtains the height of the picture
  y = Pict.Size.Height

  # ...

VBScript

Sub ObtainSize

  Dim Pict, Size, x, y

  ' Creates a new empty Picture object
  Set Pict = Utils.Picture
  ' Loads the image from a file
  Call Pict.LoadFromFile("D:\Work Folder\my_image.png")

  ' Obtains the size of the picture
  Set Size = Pict.Size
  ' Obtains the width of the picture
  x = Pict.Size.Width
  ' Obtains the height of the picture
  y = Pict.Size.Height

  ' ...

End Sub

DelphiScript

procedure ObtainSize();
var Pict, Size, x, y;

begin

  // Creates a new empty Picture object
  Pict := Utils.Picture;
  // Loads the image from a file
  Pict.LoadFromFile('D:\Work Folder\my_image.png');

  // Obtains the size of the picture
  Size := Pict.Size;
  // Obtains the width of the picture
  x := Pict.Size.Width;
  // Obtains the height of the picture
  y := Pict.Size.Height;

  // ...

end;

C++Script, C#Script

function ObtainSize()
{

  var Pict, Size, x, y;

  // Creates a new empty Picture object
  Pict = Utils["Picture"];
  // Loads the image from a file
  Pict["LoadFromFile"]("D:\\Work Folder\\my_image.png");

  // Obtains the size of the picture
  Size = Pict["Size"];
  // Obtains the width of the picture
  x = Pict["Size"]["Width"];
  // Obtains the height of the picture
  y = Pict["Size"]["Height"];

  // ...

}

See Also

Utils Object
Utils.Size

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