SetFPattern Color Command

SETFPATTERN Color Commands

Sets the fill pattern for an object or text, or for a style tag. If object or text is chosen and nothing is selected, it sets the fill pattern for future objects or text, as applicable.

setfpattern [ALL | FILL | STROKENUMBER number] [what] [DOCUMENT name | WINDOW name | OBJECTID number | STYLETAG name]

NONE Sets the pattern to none.

PATTERN The pattern. See notes.

ALL Sets the fill and stroke fill.

Default.

FILL Sets the fill only.

STROKENUMBER/i Sets a stroke only. See notes.

what/k Specifies what to set.

Options: OBJECT The object. Default.
TEXT The text.
SHADOW The text shadow.
REVERSE The text reverse.
UNDERLINE The text underline.
OUTLINE The text outline.

DOCUMENT/s The document name.

WINDOW/s The window name.

OBJECTID/i The number of the object.

Default=current.

STYLETAG/s Sets the attribute for a style tag.

Notes:

STROKENUMBER: Strokes are numbered from 0. This is different than the program interface which numbers them from 1.

PATTERN: Patterns are comprised of 8 rows of 8 dots which may be toggled on and off. Fill patterns are set using 16 hexadecimal numbers to save space; each number sets four dots.

Examples:

setstroke none

setstroke pattern ff00ff00ff0ff00 fill

 

SetFPattern  Command Definition  url:PGScmd/setfpattern
  created:2006-03-31 10:52:55   last updated:2006-03-31 10:52:55
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User Contributed Comments For SetFPattern
Dan Kilroy wrote...2006-05-03 17:49:07

Script command submitted from PageStream internal documentation. Needs to be checked and merged with the command documentation above.

Sets the {...} .

SetFPattern ([NONE | PATTERN ff00ff00ff0ff00] [ALL | FILL | STROKENUMBER n] [OBJECT | TEXT | SHADOW | OUTLINE | REVERSE | UNDERLINE | PGS40: RULEABOVE | RULEBELOW] PGS41: CELLFILL|CELLTOP|CELLBOTTOM|CELLLEFT|CELLRIGHT PGS50: DROPCAP|BULLET|NUMBERED [DOCUMENT document | WINDOW document-window | ID id | STYLETAG document:...-tagname])


Parameters:


Results:


Notes:
BULLET, DROPCAP, and NUMBERED parameters first available in 5.0.3.2.


See Also:
Filled, SetColor, SetColorBlend, SetColorCount, SetColorStyle, SetColorTint, SetFill, SetFPattern, SetFPatternStyle, SetScreen, SetStroke, SetStrokeBegin, SetStrokeCap, SetStrokeCount, SetStrokeEnd, SetStrokeJoin, SetStrokeOffset, SetStrokeStyle, SetStrokeWeight, SetTrapping, Stroked


Examples:
Python:


ARexx:

Applescript:

User Contributed Comments For SetFPattern