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19 #ifndef __com_sun_star_drawing_PolygonFlags_idl__
20 #define __com_sun_star_drawing_PolygonFlags_idl__
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24  module com { module sun { module star { module drawing {
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28 published enum PolygonFlags
29 {
32  NORMAL,
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43 };
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46 }; }; }; };
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48 #endif
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the point is smooth, the first derivation from the curve discussion view.
Definition: PolygonFlags.idl:35
Definition: Ambiguous.idl:22
PolygonFlags
defines how a Bezier curve goes through a point.
Definition: PolygonFlags.idl:28
const float NORMAL
specifies a normal font weight.
Definition: FontWeight.idl:61
the point is a control point, to control the curve from the user interface.
Definition: PolygonFlags.idl:38
the point is symmetric, the second derivation from the curve discussion view.
Definition: PolygonFlags.idl:41