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Latest revision as of 12:46, 1 March 2016

.VectorScript|VectorScript ..VS:Function Reference|Function Reference ..VS:Function_Reference_Appendix|Appendix


Description

Procedure SetLSN sets the linestyle of the referenced object.


If the value is in the range 0 to 71, the specified fill pattern is applied as the linestyle; a negative value will apply the line type resource whose internal index is the negative of the value.

PROCEDURE SetLSN(
h  :HANDLE;
ls  :LONGINT);
def vs.SetLSN(h, ls):
    return None

Parameters

h HANDLE Handle to object.
ls LONGINT Linestyle to apply to object.

Remarks

(Orso 2016.02.29): Expects a name list index, while the older routine VS:GetLS expected a dash style index.
IF GetObject('ISO-02 Dashed') <> NIL THEN
	SetLSN(FSActLayer, -Name2Index('ISO-02 Dashed')); { sets the first selected object to 'ISO-02 Dashed' if the style is present }

Version

Availability: from Vectorworks 2013

See Also

VS Functions:

VS:GetLSN

VS Functions: [[VS:GetLSN]]
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