The adornment tag is used to contain a single adornment object:
<adornment ID="3444053947" Creator="John Doe">[current item attribute tags]
The adornment tag has two attributes:
- ID. The $ID of the object.
- Creator. The user name set in preferences (and as passed into $Creator).
- proto. Optional: only set if the note uses a prototype. If it does, the value (the prototype's name) is stored here, and not as a child attribute tag.
<adornment ID="3444053947" Creator="John Doe" >…</adornment>
Unlike items or agent tags, adornments never nest other outline objects within themselves.
See the item tag description for the general range of attributes used.
Note that adornments cannot display $Text, although they may store a text; the $Text can be read via the text pane as with a normal note.
Attributes, other than the defaults listed below are only written to file if they hold locally set values. These differ from those of the item tag:
Other elements. Besides the
elements, if $Text is used, there is one other optional element included if the adornment is an image adornment: