|Similar to Restart_Ink(), but should be used in conjunction with DInsert_Ink(). More...|
|Makes sure that the next Insert_Ink request in the current segment starts a brand-new line. More...|
Makes sure that the next Insert_Ink request in the current segment starts a brand-new line.
"Inking" has been provided as a shorthand way of building polylines. Normally, consecutive Insert_Ink() requests (in the same segment) just build and build and build. A call to Restart_Ink() will force the next Insert_Ink() to begin a new polyline.
Redundant Restart_Ink() requests do not hurt anything.