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DescriptionSets the visibility of the specified control point.
def vs.SetCntrlPtVis(inCustomObj, inContrlPtIndex, inIsVisible): return None
inCustomObj HANDLE inContrlPtIndex INTEGER inIsVisible BOOLEAN
Remarks[Joshua Benghiat 2006/12/14]:
inContrlPtIndex is 1 based and matches the index in the name of the control point (i.e. CONTROLPOINT01X).
The procedure works both inside the PIO definition and from an external command.
The visibility status does not reset itself. That is, if you want to toggle visibility on and off, you need something like: IF boo THEN SetCntrlPtVis(obHan, 1, TRUE) ELSE SetCntrlPtVis(obHan, 1, FALSE);
[Julian Carr, 2007/3/23]: ...or more succinctly SetCntrlPtVis(ParmHan, 1, boo);
[David Bengali, 2020/06/26]: index seems to match not the name of the control point parameter, but its ordinal position in the PIO definition. e.g., if CONTROLPOINT03X, CONTROLPOINT03Y are listed first and CONTROLPOINT01X, CONTROLPOINT02X are listed next, possibly with some non control-point params in between, controlpoint03 will respond to index 1 and controlpoint01 will respond to index 2. (Observed with python, not tested with VS)
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This is drop-in function.