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Sets the shape's line style


SWFShape::setLine

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.5)

SWFShape::setLineSets the shape's line style

Description

void SWFShape::setLine ( SWFShape $shape )
void setLine ( int $width , int $red , int $green , int $blue [, int $a ] )
Warning

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, its name, and surrounding documentation may change without notice in a future release of PHP. This function should be used at your own risk.

swfshape::setline() sets the shape's line style. width is the line's width. If width is 0, the line's style is removed (then, all other arguments are ignored). If width > 0, then line's color is set to red, green, blue. Last parameter a is optional.

You must declare all line styles before you use them (see example).

Return Values

No value is returned.

Examples

This simple example will draw a big "!#%*@", in funny colors and gracious style.

Example #1 swfshape::setline() example

<?php
$s 
= new SWFShape();
$f1 $s->addFill(0xff00);
$f2 $s->addFill(0xff0x7f0);
$f3 $s->addFill(0xff0xff0);
$f4 $s->addFill(00xff0);
$f5 $s->addFill(000xff);

// bug: have to declare all line styles before you use them
$s->setLine(400x7f00);
$s->setLine(400x7f0x3f0);
$s->setLine(400x7f0x7f0);
$s->setLine(4000x7f0);
$s->setLine(40000x7f);

$f = new SWFFont('Techno.fdb');

$s->setRightFill($f1);
$s->setLine(400x7f00);
$s->drawGlyph($f'!');
$s->movePen($f->getWidth('!'), 0);

$s->setRightFill($f2);
$s->setLine(400x7f0x3f0);
$s->drawGlyph($f'#');
$s->movePen($f->getWidth('#'), 0);

$s->setRightFill($f3);
$s->setLine(400x7f0x7f0);
$s->drawGlyph($f'%');
$s->movePen($f->getWidth('%'), 0);

$s->setRightFill($f4);
$s->setLine(4000x7f0);
$s->drawGlyph($f'*');
$s->movePen($f->getWidth('*'), 0);

$s->setRightFill($f5);
$s->setLine(40000x7f);
$s->drawGlyph($f'@');

$m = new SWFMovie();
$m->setDimension(3000,2000);
$m->setRate(12.0);
$i $m->add($s);
$i->moveTo(1500-$f->getWidth("!#%*@")/21000+$f->getAscent()/2);

header('Content-type: application/x-shockwave-flash');
$m->output();
?>

Return Values

No value is returned.



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