This version is out of date, covering development from v4.6.0 to v4.7.1. It is maintained here only for inbound reference links from elsewhere.
Jump to the current version of aTbRef.
|A Tinderbox Reference File : Visual Styling : Shapes, borders, patterns and fills : Pattern: vbar(70)||aTbRef Site Map|
Note that this pattern can't be set via the Pattern menu. Rather it is set via manual editing of this attribute or via actions, rules, etc., acting upon it.
vbar([value],[min],[max]). The draws as a vertical 'progress bar', using Color and Color2. The 'progress' block is drawn in Color2.
The parameters work this:
The arguments in the brackets may be numbers or expressions that can be evaluated as numbers. If a note's width is 3.0, then vbar(15*$Width) is the same as writing vbar(45).
If the pattern is written without parameters or brackets, it evaluates as if at 50%, e.g. vbar() and vbar are the same as vbar(50).
|Up: Shapes, borders, patterns and fills|
|Previous: Pattern: bar(30)||Next: Drop Shadows|
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
[See aTbRef CC licence Attribution/Waiver info info]