I want to show numbers in the middle of an Ellipse as text drawn on a canvas. The coordinates will be stored (for the ellipse) inside of a database, as well as the text value will be stored in another part of a database.
What I have done so far is I have been working w/ a demonstration project (DrawApp) from FMXExpress (Github) where I have changed a few procedures from being Private to Public. These procedures include StartDrawing(startP:TPointF), EndDrawing(startP:TPointF), DoDraw() that way I can use these functions from the external Unit/Object. The object uses these functions in coordination with MouseUp/MouseDown, as well as few properties including fDrawing to distinguish whether or not drawing is in progress, and just what tool is being used (fdEllipse).
My Main form uses the following code inside the FormCreate to initially create the fdrawbox := TMyPaintBox.Create(Rectangle1); The Rectangle1 sits on top of an image, which represents a grid to show a body part, and will be able to draw circles on top of the image. What I have found is that it is not hard to create either the text or the ellipse, but for the purpose of creating multiple circles with an identifier to distinguish circles, as I have mentioned, I want to have a number to show up which circle is which. And even in the future, I may want to change the colour to show which circle to concentrate on.
So the following code (Delphi FMX) shows creating a drawapp by utilising a TRectangle as its parent.
with fdrawbox do begin
Parent := Rectangle1;
Visible := True;
ForegroundColor := TAlphaColor($FF000000); //
BackgroundColor := TAlphaColor($00000000); //
FuncDraw := TFunctionDraw.fdEllipse; //fdrawbox.fDrawing := True;
FuncDraw := TFunctionDraw.fdNone;
OnPaint := PaintBox1Paint;
The circle is created using the last few lines, but in order to utilise FillText, I need to use a OnPaint Function, which I created and the code looks something like this. I believe that DrawApp handles OnPaint function internally, but just how it handles it is still unknown. But it is never the less a necessity in order to print “Hello Text!!”
procedure TMainForm.PaintBox1Paint(Sender: TObject; Canvas: TCanvas);
with Canvas do begin
Font.Style := ;
Font.Size := 12;
Fill.Color := TAlphaColors.Red;
FillText(TRectF.Create(0, 0, 300, 295), ‘Hello Text!!’, false, 100, , TTextAlign.Center, TTextAlign.Center); //TFillTextFlag.RightToLeft
Can someone give an example of how to handle this (possibly inside a single function) where I can print multiple circles and have the associated text follow with it? I believe with the previous example, I could do it on my own, but that I would have to manually enter the PointF (for the circle) and TRectF for the Text, and they both use different values as coordinates.