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com::sun::star::text::WritingMode2 Constant Group Referencepublished

this set of constants describes different writing directions More...

Variables

const short LR_TB = 0
 text within lines is written left-to-right. More...
 
const short RL_TB = 1
 text within a line are written right-to-left. More...
 
const short TB_RL = 2
 text within a line is written top-to-bottom. More...
 
const short TB_LR = 3
 text within a line is written top-to-bottom. More...
 
const short PAGE = 4
 obtain writing mode from the current page. More...
 
const short CONTEXT = 4
 obtain actual writing mode from the context of the object. More...
 

Detailed Description

this set of constants describes different writing directions

In addition to numerous explicit writing directions, it allows allows to specify to take the writing direction from the object's context.

Variable Documentation

const short CONTEXT = 4

obtain actual writing mode from the context of the object.

const short LR_TB = 0

text within lines is written left-to-right.

Lines and blocks are placed top-to-bottom.

Typically, this is the writing mode for normal "alphabetic" text.

const short PAGE = 4

obtain writing mode from the current page.

May not be used in page styles.

Deprecated:
Use CONTEXT instead.
const short RL_TB = 1

text within a line are written right-to-left.

Lines and blocks are placed top-to-bottom.

Typically, this writing mode is used in Arabic and Hebrew text.

const short TB_LR = 3

text within a line is written top-to-bottom.

Lines and blocks are placed left-to-right.

Typically, this writing mode is used in Mongolian text.

const short TB_RL = 2

text within a line is written top-to-bottom.

Lines and blocks are placed right-to-left.

Typically, this writing mode is used in Chinese and Japanese text.