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Anyone know of a way to shrink and/or enlarge one side of a bitmap? For example I'm trying to make a tall, skinny image follow a curved path. My idea was to shrink the inside of the image, enlarge the outside, then rotate it. Do this in small sections and I could follow the curve, but not sure how to compress one side (or even a column at a time would work) of an image. Thanks!

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