Inheritance diagram for HPS.Marker:

Public Types

enum  DrawingPreference : uint { Nicest = 0x00000000, DrawingPreference.Fastest = 0x00000001 }
 
enum  SizeUnits : uint {
  SizeUnits.ScaleFactor = 0x00000000, SizeUnits.ObjectSpace = 0x00000001, SizeUnits.SubscreenRelative = 0x00000002, SizeUnits.WindowRelative = 0x00000003,
  SizeUnits.WorldSpace = 0x00000004, SizeUnits.Points = 0x00000005, SizeUnits.Pixels = 0x00000006
}


 

Public Member Functions

virtual void Dispose ()
 
 Marker (HPS.Marker in_that)
 

Protected Member Functions

virtual void deleteCptr ()
 

Protected Attributes

bool cMemOwn
 
HandleRef cptr
 

Detailed Description

This is the Marker Class

Member Enumeration Documentation

◆ DrawingPreference

enum HPS.Marker.DrawingPreference : uint
strong
Enumerator
Fastest 

Performance should be favored at the possible cost of drawing markers at a smaller size than requested.

◆ SizeUnits

enum HPS.Marker.SizeUnits : uint
strong

Marker Size Units

Enumerator
ScaleFactor 

A unitless linear scaling factor. A value of 2.0 will cause markers to be rendered twice as large. A value of 1.0 will result in a visually pleasing device-dependent marker size that is approximately 3% of the height of the outer window. A value of 0 will result in a single pixel marker for display-devices, or the smallest size supported by any other device.

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.


The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:
  • internals/hps_core/source/cs/HPS.Marker.cs