JavaFX Circle and ImageView


Question

I need to use javaFX2 to do the following:

1-) Load an image and display it using imageView. [OK]

2-) Right click and choose the "Add Node" option and a black circle will appear in the screen and you can Drag the circle to any place of the image. [OK]

3-) Use the scroll wheel fo the mouse to scale up or down the imageView, giving the "Zoom Sensation" on the image. [OK]

3.1-) However, every time I scale the image I want my circles to follow the scale proportion, which means they cant stay in the same position of the screen. [Have no Idea]

My proble is the item number 3.1, because I dont know how to move my circles in the image in a way that they can appear to be in the place of the image after I scale up or down. I tried to use the setCenterX() and setCenterY() methods, and also the transition methods too but I couldnt find a way to do this.

Code to load my image:

@FXML
ImageView bluePrintView;
@FXML
private void loadBtnAction(ActionEvent event) {
    FileChooser fileChooser = new FileChooser();
    //Show open file dialog
    File file = fileChooser.showOpenDialog(null);
    /*Load Image*/
    System.out.println(file.getPath());
        Image img = new Image("file:" + file.getPath());
        bluePrintView.setImage(img);
        bluePrintView.setFitHeight(scrollPaneImage.getHeight());
        bluePrintView.setFitWidth(scrollPaneImage.getWidth());
        bluePrintView.setSmooth(true);
        bluePrintView.setScaleX(1);
        bluePrintView.setScaleY(1);
    event.consume();

}

Code to Scale the ImageView:

@FXML
private void zoomAction(ScrollEvent event) {
    if (event.getDeltaY() < 0) {
        if (bluePrintView.getScaleX() > 0.8 && bluePrintView.getScaleY() > 0.8) {
            bluePrintView.setScaleX(bluePrintView.getScaleX() - 0.1);
            bluePrintView.setScaleY(bluePrintView.getScaleY() - 0.1);
            System.out.println("ImageView(X,Y): "+bluePrintView.getFitHeight()+" "+bluePrintView.getFitWidth());
            System.out.println("Image(X,Y): "+bluePrintView.getImage().getHeight()+" "+bluePrintView.getImage().getWidth());
            if (!nodeList.isEmpty()) {
                for (int i = 0; i < nodeList.size(); i++) {
                       nodeList.get(i).zoomOutNode(bluePrintView.getFitHeight(),bluePrintView.getFitWidth());
                }
            }
        }
    } else {
        bluePrintView.setScaleX(bluePrintView.getScaleX() + 0.1);
        bluePrintView.setScaleY(bluePrintView.getScaleY() + 0.1);
        System.out.println("ImageView(X,Y): "+bluePrintView.getFitHeight()+" "+bluePrintView.getFitWidth());
        System.out.println("Image(X,Y): "+bluePrintView.getImage().getHeight()+" "+bluePrintView.getImage().getWidth());
        if (!nodeList.isEmpty()) {
            for (int i = 0; i < nodeList.size(); i++) {
                  nodeList.get(i).zoomInNode(bluePrintView.getFitHeight(),bluePrintView.getFitWidth());
            }
        }
    }
    event.consume();
}

Code to Create Circle and do some operations:

public class NodeShape {

final Circle node = new Circle();
double axisX = 0, axisY = 0;

public Circle createNode(Group rootGroup, double axisX, double axisY, double radius, String color) {
    node.setCenterX(axisX);
    node.setCenterY(axisY);
    node.setRadius(radius);
    node.fillProperty().setValue(Paint.valueOf(color));
    System.out.println(node.getTranslateX() + " " + node.getTranslateY());
    System.out.println("getCenter: " + node.getCenterX() + " " + node.getCenterY());
    rootGroup.getChildren().add(node);
    node.setOnMouseDragged(new EventHandler<MouseEvent>() {
        @Override
        public void handle(MouseEvent t) {
            node.setCenterX(t.getX());
            node.setCenterY(t.getY());
            NodeShape.this.axisX = t.getX();
            NodeShape.this.axisY = t.getY();
            System.out.println("Circle getTranslate: " + node.getTranslateX() + " " + node.getTranslateY());
            System.out.println("Circle getCenter: " + node.getCenterX() + " " + node.getCenterY());
            t.consume();
        }
    });
    node.setOnMouseClicked(new EventHandler<MouseEvent>() {
        @Override
        public void handle(MouseEvent t) {
            if (t.getButton().equals(MouseButton.PRIMARY)) {
                if (t.getClickCount() == 2) {
                    node.setVisible(false);
                    node.setDisable(true);
                }else if(t.getClickCount() == 1){
                    System.out.println("Circle Position: "+node.getCenterX()+" "+node.getCenterY());
                }
            }
            t.consume();
        }
    });
    node.setOnScroll(new EventHandler<ScrollEvent>() {
        @Override
        public void handle(ScrollEvent t) {
            if (t.getDeltaY() < 0) {
                if (node.getScaleX() > 0.8 && node.getScaleY() > 0.8) {
                    node.setScaleX(node.getScaleX() - 0.1);
                    node.setScaleY(node.getScaleY() - 0.1);
                }
            } else {
                node.setScaleX(node.getScaleX() + 0.1);
                node.setScaleY(node.getScaleY() + 0.1);
            }
            t.consume();
        }
    });
    return node;
}

public void zoomInNode(double imgHeight, double imgWidth) {
    node.setCenterX(0.1);
    //node.setTranslateY(imgHeight/1100 + 10);
    //node.setCenterX(node.getCenterX() + Math.abs(axisX - node.getRadius()));
    //node.setCenterY(node.getCenterY() + Math.abs(axisY - node.getRadius()));
    System.out.println("Circle getCenter: " + node.getCenterX() + " " + node.getCenterY());
    System.out.println("Circle getCenter: " + node.getTranslateX()+ " " + node.getTranslateY());
}

public void zoomOutNode(double imgHeight, double imgWidth) {
    node.setCenterX(-0.1);
 //   node.setTranslateY(imgHeight/200 - 10);
    //node.setCenterX(node.getCenterX() - Math.abs(axisX - node.getRadius()));
    //node.setCenterY(node.getCenterY() - Math.abs(axisY - node.getRadius()));
    System.out.println("Circle getCenter: " + node.getCenterX() + " " + node.getCenterY());
    System.out.println("Circle getCenter: " + node.getTranslateX()+ " " + node.getTranslateY());
}

public void zoomResetNode() {
    node.setCenterX(axisX);
    node.setCenterY(axisY);
}}

My FXML file code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<?import java.lang.*?>
<?import java.util.*?>
<?import javafx.scene.*?>
<?import javafx.scene.control.*?>
<?import javafx.scene.image.*?>
<?import javafx.scene.layout.*?>

<AnchorPane id="AnchorPane" fx:id="rootPane" pickOnBounds="true" prefHeight="420.0" prefWidth="817.0" snapToPixel="true" xmlns:fx="http://javafx.com/fxml/1" xmlns="http://javafx.com/javafx/2.2" fx:controller="blueprints.NewSonarViewController">
  <children>
    <Group id="Group" layoutX="0.0" layoutY="0.0">
      <children>
        <ScrollPane fx:id="scrollPaneImage" layoutX="0.0" layoutY="0.0" prefHeight="420.0" prefWidth="817.0">
          <content>
            <Group id="Group" fx:id="rootGroup">
              <children>
                <ImageView fx:id="bluePrintView" cache="false" fitHeight="419.0" fitWidth="816.0" layoutX="0.0" layoutY="0.0" onMouseClicked="#zoomResetAction" onScroll="#zoomAction" pickOnBounds="true" preserveRatio="false" rotate="0.0" visible="true" />
              </children>
            </Group>
          </content>
          <contextMenu>
            <ContextMenu>
              <items>
                <MenuItem mnemonicParsing="false" onAction="#loadBtnAction" text="Load Image" />
                <MenuItem mnemonicParsing="false" onAction="#addSynk" text="Add Synk" />
                <MenuItem mnemonicParsing="false" onAction="#addNode" text="AddNode" />
              </items>
            </ContextMenu>
          </contextMenu>
        </ScrollPane>
      </children>
    </Group>
  </children>
</AnchorPane>
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8/27/2013 8:45:03 PM

Accepted Answer

My idea is that you add the ImageView and the Circle to your rootGroup and then apply the scale on the rootGroup. See my example below.

The view:

<AnchorPane id="AnchorPane" fx:id="rootPane" pickOnBounds="true" prefHeight="420.0" prefWidth="817.0" snapToPixel="true" xmlns:fx="http://javafx.com/fxml/1" xmlns="http://javafx.com/javafx/2.2" fx:controller="javafx.scale.Controller">
  <children>
    <Group id="Group" layoutX="0.0" layoutY="0.0" onScroll="#scrolling">
      <children>
        <ScrollPane fx:id="scrollPaneImage" layoutX="0.0" layoutY="0.0" prefHeight="420.0" prefWidth="817.0">
          <content>
            <Group id="Group" fx:id="rootGroup">
            </Group>
          </content>
        </ScrollPane>
      </children>
    </Group>
  </children>
</AnchorPane>

The controller:

public class Controller {

    @FXML
    private Group rootGroup;
    private Group zoomGroup;

    private double scale = 1;

    public void initialize() {
        zoomGroup = new Group();

        Image image = new Image(getClass().getResourceAsStream("image.jpg"));
        ImageView imageView = new ImageView(image);
        imageView.setX(50);
        imageView.setY(50);

        Circle circle = new Circle();
        circle.setRadius(20);
        circle.setCenterX(100);
        circle.setCenterY(200);
        circle.setFill(Paint.valueOf("RED"));

        zoomGroup.getChildren().add(imageView);
        zoomGroup.getChildren().add(circle);
        rootGroup.getChildren().add(zoomGroup);
    }

    public void scrolling(ScrollEvent scrollEvent) {
        if (scrollEvent.getDeltaY() > 0) {
            scale += 0.1;
        } else if (scrollEvent.getDeltaY() < 0) {
            scale -= 0.1;
        }
        zoomGroup.setScaleX(scale);
        zoomGroup.setScaleY(scale);
    }
}
2
8/29/2013 3:43:04 PM

Well if I understood your question correct this workaround should solve your problem:

Imagine you have a image with width and height 100*200.

You have circle on image in (10,10) position.

After you rescale your image, the new width and height of your image become 150*300.

to calculate the new position of the circle just do this:

newCircleX = (currentCircleX * currentImageWidth) / oldImageWidth;
newCircleY = (currentCircleY * currentImageHeight) / oldImageHeight;

Hope this help.


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