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roundEnds
Basics
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Type
Property
Syntax

set the roundEnds [of graphic] to {true | false}

Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies whether lines have rounded ends or squared-off ends.
Examples

set the roundEnds to true
set the roundEnds of graphic "Connector" to false

Additional Comments
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Use the roundEnds property to control the appearance of lines on Unix or Windows NT systems.

Value:

The roundEnds of a graphic is true or false.

By default, the roundEnds of a newly created graphic is set to false.

Comments:

If the roundEnds of a graphic is true, the ends of lines are rounded, and so is the intersection of lines within the graphic. If the roundEnds is false, the ends of lines are squared off.

If the graphic's lineSize property is 1, the setting of the roundEnds has no effect.

If the graphic's style property is oval, roundRect, or curve, or if the graphic's lineSize property is less than 2, the setting of this property has no effect.

The global setting of the roundEnds property controls the appearance of lines drawn with the line, rectangle, polygon, or regular paint tools. Once a paint line or shape is drawn, its appearance cannot be changed by changing the global roundEnds property.

Cross-platform note: The setting of this property has no effect on Mac OS or Windows 95/98 systems. On Mac OS systems, lines always have square ends. On Windows 95/98 systems, lines always have rounded ends.

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