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DRAW.POLYGON

Define a graphical polygon.

Syntax

=DRAW.POLYGON(UnqiueId, Container, Name, X, Y, Width, Height, LineFormat, FillFormat, Attributes, Events, Angle, RotCenter, PointRange, Close)

Arguments

NameDescription
UniqueIdUnique Id of drawing object. Should not be modified and must be unique.
ContainerOptional. Name of the container object this object is placed within. Coordinates are relative then.
NameName of drawing object. Must be unique.
XX Coordinate in 1/100th mm
YY Coordinate in 1/100th mm
WidthWidth in 1/100th mm
HeightHeight in 1/100th mm
LineFormatOptional. Options:
- None for no line
- Hexadecimal color value (#FF0000 for Red)
- JSON String created using lineformat
FillFormatOptional. Options:
- "None" for no fill
- Hexadecimal color value ("#FF0000" for Red)
- JSON String created using FILLPATTERN, FILLLINEARGRADIENT, FILLRADIALGRADIENT
AttributesOptional. JSON String created using ATTRIBUTES
EventsOptional. JSON String created using EVENTS
AngleOptional. Angle in radians.
RotCenterOptional. This defines, where the object rotates around:
0: Top left corner
1: Top center
2: Top right corner
4: Center (default)
5: Right center
6: Bottom left corner
7: Bottom center
8: Bottom right corner
PointRangeOptional. Cell Range with coordinates. A coordinate is defined by a fraction of the width and height of the bezier ranging from 0 to . 1 would place the coordinate at the bottom or right corner of the object. The range must have 2 columns. The left column contains the x coordinates and the right column the y coordinates. If the object was drawn using the mouse or one of the predefined objects was used, the given coordinates will be used, as long as no coordinates are defined using this parameter.
CloseOptional. Close bezier curve by connecting the first and last point (Default: TRUE)

Return Value

TRUE, if polygon could be created.

Example

FunctionResultComment
=DRAW.POLYGON("ID8",,"Polygon2",3990,12754,4868,3519,,
,,,,,C31:D33,FALSE)
TRUEDraw a polygon using the given coordinates. The coordinates must be given as fractions of 1.