By Adobe Systems Inc.
Offers an entire and authoritative reference handbook for the PostScript language. Explains the basics of the PostScript language, photographs, fonts, machine keep watch over, and rendering. Softcover. DLC: PostScript (Computer application language).
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To select an object, you left click on one of its markers; these are the small outlined markers at the corners of the box, the ends of the arrow, and the base points of the text objects. The small filled markers at the vertices of the polyline on the left indicate an already selected object. When you click into the figure to select an object in one of the edit modes, the editor internally calculates the distance between the mouse-click position and the positions of all object markers, and the object with the smallest distance is used.
Circle ellipse While the editor provides separate drawing commands to create circles and ellipses, these are internally represented as the same object type (namely ellipse). You can deform a circle into an ellipse via a move point or scale operation, and vice versa. On the other hand, arc objects are always based on circular arcs. rectangle The rectangle and round rectangle objects, also called box in xfig, are a separate type of object, different from polygons. The orientation of a rectangle is always axis-parallel, so that rotation is only possible in multiples of 90 degrees.
1 code. Fixing the rubberbanding for the general case would take some time, and is not warranted given that rotated ellipse objects are only rarely used. It is sometimes better to first create the ellipse with θ = 0 and then rotate it to the required orientation using the rotate command. The orientation angle of an ellipse object can be set via the corresponding control on the attribute panel; this is the rightmost button of the ellipse attribute controls. Note that the default value is zero (θ = 0); use middle and right mouse clicks on the button to increase or decreate the rotation angle in multiples of 15 degrees or select the value numerically via a left click.
PostScript (R) Language Reference by Adobe Systems Inc.