Subject: RE: POW 19.12.99 questions
From: Alexey Sintutin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 17 2000 - 03:57:18 CDT
From: sam th [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 12:33 PM
To: Alexey Sintutin
Subject: Re: POW 19.12.99 questions
> Are you suggesting this just for closed curves? Or are you talking about
> the line color itself? Either way, adding a color option doesn't seem
> that bad. Additonally, there is no need for a new method. We can just
> change the declaration from
> void GR_UnixGraphics::polyLine(UT_Point * pts, UT_uint32 nPoints);
> void GR_UnixGraphics::polyLine(UT_Point * pts, UT_uint32 nPoints,
> UT_ColorType color=black /*or whatever the default is*/);
> I'm pretty sure that this will do everything we want. At least that's
> what my Stroustrup book tells me. But others more versed in C++ may
> correct me.
Yes, I'm suggesting closed curves to draw tab arrows. Currently they are not
> This is an excellent idea, in my humble opinion. Especially if you're
> planning to provide the code. :-)
Ok. I can provide, but XP and Win32 parts only.
How about the questions ##2,4?
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