[mapguide-users] Re: Enhanced Stylization - <repeat> value
traian.stanev at autodesk.com
Fri Jan 20 10:41:01 EST 2012
To be precise, if repeat is set to zero or a negative number, the symbol will only be placed at the start and/or end offset positions. I assume that removing the repeat element just sets it to zero which has the desired effect.
Here is some extra information from Walt for about what happens when repeat <= 0:
For non-positive Repeat values the VertexControl option is ignored, and the following rules apply to the StartOffset and EndOffset parameters:
* if the StartOffset is specified (>=0) then a symbol is drawn at the start offset location
* if the EndOffset is specified (>=0) then a symbol is drawn at the end offset location
* if the StartOffset and EndOffset are both specified but their sum is greater than the polyline length (the EndOffset offset location comes before the StartOffset location) then no symbols are drawn
* if the StartOffset and EndOffset are both unspecified (< 0) then no symbols are drawn
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> Ok, I figured it out. If the repeat is completely missing and one of the begin or
> end tags are missing, it automatically puts the symbol at the associated end. For
> Puts a symbol at the beginning of the line - easy peasy.
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