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Daahli
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2003 11:52 am    Post subject: problem using hatching Reply with quote

Hey,

I would really appreciate some help on the following problem: I draw a graph with some nice intersections, and would then like use hatching to highlight some of the areas which are created by the intersection. In other words, the intersection of the lines creates triangles, squares, ....

Unfortunately I have played around with Draw a bit, but have not even found a way to draw a simple triangle and then use hatching on it Embarassed .

Thanks for any advice Smile
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tony.groves
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2003 1:06 pm    Post subject: Re: problem using hatching Reply with quote

Daahli wrote:
Unfortunately I have played around with Draw a bit, but have not even found a way to draw a simple triangle and then use hatching on it


To fill a polygon, you must first "close" the object, using the right-click context menu. You can then fill it with colour, hatching, bitmap, etc.

I haven't figured out the intersections bit yet, but I suppose you could draw polygons over each intersected area, and fill those.
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