|MATLAB Function Reference|
Drag rectangles with mouse
[finalrect] = dragrect(initialrect)
tracks one or more rectangles anywhere on the screen. The n-by-4 matrix
initialrect defines the rectangles. Each row of
initialrect must contain the initial rectangle position as [
left bottom width height] values.
dragrect returns the final position of the rectangles in
[finalrect] = dragrect(initialrect,stepsize)
moves the rectangles in increments of
stepsize. The lower left corner of the first rectangle is constrained to a grid of size equal to
stepsize starting at the lower left corner of the figure, and all other rectangles maintain their original offset from the first rectangle.
[finalrect] = dragrect(...) returns the final positions of the rectangles when the mouse button is released. The default step size is
dragrect returns immediately if a mouse button is not currently pressed. Use
dragrect in a
ButtonDownFcn, or from the command line in conjunction with
waitforbuttonpress, to ensure that the mouse button is down when
dragrect is called.
dragrect returns when you release the mouse button.
If the drag ends over a figure window, the positions of the rectangles are returned in that figure's coordinate system. If the drag ends over a part of the screen not contained within a figure window, the rectangles are returned in the coordinate system of the figure over which the drag began.
Drag a rectangle that is 50 pixels wide and 100 pixels in height.
Selecting Region of Interest for related functions
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