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On Tue, 15 Aug 2006 08:14:33 +0400, Dourng <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I use firework to put squares on my photo and I really wonder how
> firework can catch coordinators' value of any square. Can anyone give me
> the way or code to get such coordinators?
Err, if "coordinators" are really "coordinates", then in "Properties"
panel you can see (and actually edit as well) both X and Y values for top
left corner of object's bounding box, and height and width for the box. By
doing some simple math, you can calculate coordinates for other three
corners of the box.
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I know that I can get X's and Y's values from Properties panel, but I want to know how firework catch X's and Y's values. If you have solution please help me.
Not sure what you mean by "catch" - when you move a box and drop it,
Fireworks knows where you dropped it and "catches" the X and Y. Or do you
mean something else?