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How to draw a picture with more pixel than screen

Question:
I want to draw a picture with bigger coordinates (x,y) than the screen can contain. For example, my screen's resolution is 600x800, but I will draw a filled ellipse on (20000,3000). Then how can I draw it at the location I want?

Answer:
Try setting the client area or canvas rectangle to the size you want first. Then draw your picture within those bounds, which will essentially ignore the screen resolution.

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