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RelativePosition Struct Reference

Determines a position of an object relative to a size defined by other means. More...

import"RelativePosition.idl";

Public Attributes

double Primary
 The position in the primary direction. More...
 
double Secondary
 The position in the secondary direction. More...
 
::com::sun::star::drawing::Alignment Anchor
 This indicates how the object is placed at the relative position. More...
 

Detailed Description

Determines a position of an object relative to a size defined by other means.

Values from 0 to 1 cover the entire reference rectangle. Values may also be outside this range, especially negative.

Member Data Documentation

This indicates how the object is placed at the relative position.

The Anchor indicates which point of the placed object will be placed at the coordinates given within Primary and Secondary.

For example if Anchor is TOP_LEFT the top left corner of an object will be placed at the given coordinates. If Anchor is RIGHT the right middle corner of the object will be placed at the given coordinates.

double Primary

The position in the primary direction.

The direction is defined by the object using this point.

For example for western languages the primary direction may be the horizontal distance measured from left to right.

The values are relative to a reference size (for example the page size). Values between 0 and 1 span the complete bounding rectangle.

double Secondary

The position in the secondary direction.

The direction is defined by the object using this point.

For example for western languages the secondary direction may be the vertical distance measured from top to bottom.

The values are relative to a reference size (for example the page size). Values between 0 and 1 span the complete bounding rectangle.


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