how to couper contenier of a canvas in an outer canvas???

Jean-Michel Pichavant jeanmichel at sequans.com
Fri Mar 15 15:52:11 CET 2013


----- Original Message -----
> 
> I dont usually bother about spelling/grammar etc. And I think it
> silly
> to do so on a python list.
> 
> However with this question:
> 
> On Mar 14, 5:16 pm, olsr.ka... at gmail.com wrote:
> > how to couper all the obejcts in a canvas in an auther canvas?
> 
> "obejcts" is clearly "objects"
> and "auther" is probably "other"
> 
> But what the *^*& is couper?
> I first thought it was "couple"
> It could be "copy" as Rick understood
> By some stretch it could even be "cope"
> 
> So yes grammar/spellings etc dont matter... as long as we are within
> the bounds of comprehension!

couper is probably a french word, I've seen some of the OP's threads written in french.

It means "cut".

He probably wants to "cut" some objects in a canvas and "paste" them in another.

JM


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