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Working with line objects

Line Object description

The line objects are available in the Object navigator and could be added to the drawing with drag and drop. Line objects could be dynamic, their color could change on specified conditions.

Basic lines are:

Horizontal line

A horizontal line that could be customized in size and color

Vertical line

A vertical line that could be customized in size and color

Oblique line

Oblique lines are by default set at 45 degree. Changing the width/height ration change the inclination.

Oblique line

Oblique lines are by default set at 45 degree. Changing the width/height ration change the inclination.

To change the size select the line object and select a size from the list box

The color of the line is defined by the pen object

Creating a line object

Select the line object in the Object Navigator and drop it in the drawing window. Change its size, color, propertiesá

Oblique lines are created by default in a square and are oriented at 45 degrees. To change the inclination, change the size of the rectangle by dragging on the small black square handle.

Working with 2D object 2D object description

The 2D objects are available in the Object navigator

The 2D objects are:

Rectangle

A rectangle that could not be filled with a color. The line is defined in size and color.

Outlined Rectangle

A rectangle that could be filled with a color and is outlined. The line is defined in size and color.

Filled Rectangle

A rectangle that could be filled but is not outlined

Ellipse

An ellipse that could not be filled with a color. The line is defined in size and color.

Outlined

An ellipse that could be filled with a color and is outlined. The line is defined in size and color.

Filled

A rectangle that could be filled but is not outlined

Creating a 2D object

2D object objects could be added to the drawing area with drag and drop from the Object Navigator pane.


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