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Stored procedures
The WayPoint property is used to determine and change the points a Wire control has to pass through.
Example
x is Control
x <- ControlCreate("", typWire)
x.StartControl = BTN_NoName1
x.EndControl = BTN_NoName2
x.WayPoint = "10,50,10,120"
// Add a checkpoint to the wire so that it takes the desired path
Checkpoint1, Checkpoint2 are Points
 
Checkpoint1.X = 280
Checkpoint1.Y = 54
 
Checkpoint2.X = 320
Checkpoint2.Y = 54
WIRE_MyWire.MaxNbSegment = 20
 
WIRE_MyWire.WayPoint = [WayPoint1, WayPoint2]
Syntax

Finding out the mandatory way points for a Wire control Hide the details

<Result> = <Wire control>.WayPoint
<Result>: Array of points
Array of Point variables containing the coordinates of way points.
Caution: By default, the coordinates of way points are relative to the start position of wire. To change this behavior, use the OriginPassingPoint property.
<Wire control>: Control name
Name of the Wire control to use.

Modifying the mandatory way points for a Wire control Hide the details

<Wire control>.WayPoint = <New Points>
<Wire control>: Control name
Name of the Wire control to use
<New Points>: Array of points
  • Array of Point variables containing the coordinates of way points.
  • Character string containing the different coordinates separated by commas.
  • Empty string ("") to delete all the way points.
Caution: By default, the coordinates of way points are relative to the start position of wire. To change this behavior, use the OriginPassingPoint property.
Minimum version required
  • Version 21
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