#include <hps.h>
Public Types  
enum  Cap : uint32_t { Cap::Butt, Cap::Square, Cap::Round, Cap::Mitre } 
enum  Default : uint32_t { Default::Solid, Default::DashDot, Default::Dashed, Default::Dotted, Default::Dash2Dot, Default::Dash3Dot, Default::LongDash, Default::LongDashShortDash, Default::LongDash2ShortDash, Default::FineDot } 
enum  InsetBehavior : uint32_t { InsetBehavior::Overlap, InsetBehavior::Trim, InsetBehavior::Inline } 
enum  Join : uint32_t { Join::Mitre, Join::Round, Join::Bevel } 
enum  Justification : uint32_t { Justification::Center, Justification::Stretch } 
enum  Modifier : uint32_t { Modifier::GlyphName, Modifier::Enumerated } 
enum  SizeUnits : uint32_t { SizeUnits::ObjectSpace, SizeUnits::SubscreenRelative, SizeUnits::WindowRelative, SizeUnits::WorldSpace, SizeUnits::Points, SizeUnits::Pixels, SizeUnits::ScaleFactor } 
Detailed Description
The LinePattern class is a concept class for linepatternrelated enum classes.
Member Enumeration Documentation
◆ Cap

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Enumerates the predefined cap types that can be used at the ends of line segments within a line pattern.
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Butt  Line segments will end with a flat cap perpendicular to the line segment vector. This cap will occur immediately at the end of the line segment and will not extend its length. 
Square  Line segments will end with half of a filled square cap whose side is perpendicular to the line segment vector. This cap will extend the length of a line segment, but otherwise will appear the same as the ButtCap. 
Round  Line segments will end with half of a filled circle cap whose diameter is perpendicular to the line segment vector. This cap will extend the length of a line segment. 
Mitre  Line segments will end with a filled triangle cap whose base is perpendicular to the line segment vector. This cap will extend the length of a line segment. 
◆ Default

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Enumerates the predefined line patterns in Visualize. These can be accessed via the LinePatternKit::GetDefault function and their appearance can be seen here. Hardware acceleration for line patterns is available when the following conditions are met:
 You are using the DirectX11 or OpenGL2 driver
 You are using Visualize 2015 or later
 Segmentlevel display lists are active
 The line weight is 1
The following line patterns can be hardware accelerated: Dashed, Dotted, DashDot, Dash2Dot, Dash3Dot, LongDash, FineDot. The pattern does not continue along adjacent edges. The pattern is restarted for each edge.
◆ InsetBehavior

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Enumerates how glyphs interact with other line pattern elements within a line pattern.
Enumerator  

Overlap  Glyphs will overlap with surrounding line pattern elements. Line pattern elements adjacent to glyphs will not be trimmed. 
Trim  Glyphs will overlap with surrounding line pattern elements. Line pattern elements adjacent to glyphs will be trimmed. 
Inline  Glyphs will not overlap with surrounding line pattern elements, and adjacent line pattern elements will not be trimmed. 
◆ Join

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Enumerates the types of join to use for a line pattern. Joins will always be mitred at the half angle for the smaller angle defined by two line segments. This enumeration defines what the join will look like for the larger angle defined by two line segments.
◆ Justification

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Enumerates the justfication modes for a line pattern. These are used to attempt to make the line pattern appear evenly spaced between end points of a line.
◆ Modifier

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◆ SizeUnits

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Enumerates the units used when specifying length, weight and offsets for line patterns.
Enumerator  

ObjectSpace  Object space units ignoring any scaling components in modelling matrices. 
SubscreenRelative  Fraction of the height of the outermost window. 
WindowRelative  Fraction of the height of the local window. 
WorldSpace  Object space units including any scaling components in modelling matrices and cameras. 
Points  Points units typically used for text size. 1 point corresponds to 1/72 inch. 
Pixels  Number of pixels. 
ScaleFactor  Fraction of the default line width. A value of 1 corresponds to 0.1 percent of the screen size. 
The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:
 include/hps.h