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RingEffectCommandFlags Enumeration

Summary

This enumeration controls the RingEffectCommand behavior. These values can be OR-ed together, unless otherwise specified

Syntax
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[FlagsAttribute()] 
public enum RingEffectCommandFlags 
  
<FlagsAttribute()> 
Public Enum RingEffectCommandFlags  
   Inherits System.Enum 
   Implements System.IComparable, System.IConvertible, System.IFormattable  
[FlagsAttribute()] 
public enum class RingEffectCommandFlags : public System.Enum, System.IComparable, System.IConvertible, System.IFormattable   

Members
ValueMemberDescription
0x00000000ColorControls the output of rings which have undefined areas. Fill the undefined areas with color that is stored in the Color property of the RingEffectCommand class, or the color parameter of the appropriate RingEffectCommand Constructor. If you use this flag, do not use the Repeat flag or the NoChange flag.
0x00000001RepeatControls the output of rings which have undefined areas. Repeat the edges of the region and fill these values in the undefined areas. The edge will be repeated halfway throughout the missing portion of the ring. If you use this flag, do not use the Color flag or the NoChange flag.
0x00000002NoChangeControls the output of rings which have undefined areas. Leave the edge pixels unchanged. If you rotate an incomplete ring, the original image pixels will remain in places where you would have undefined portions of the ring. If you use this flag, do not use the Color flag or the Repeat flag.
0x00000010FixedAngleRotate each ring against the inner ring by a fixed rotation angle specified in the Angle property of the RingEffectCommand class or the angle parameter of the appropriate RingEffectCommand Constructor.
0x00000100RadiusIndicates that Radius property of the RingEffectCommand class or the radius parameter of the appropriate RingEffectCommand Constructor contains the width of each ring, in pixels. If you use this flag, do not use the MaxRadius flag.
0x00000200MaxRadiusIndicates that the Radius property of the RingEffectCommand class (or the radius parameter of the appropriate RingEffectCommand Constructor) contains the maximum radius, in pixels, that corresponds to the external ring. In this case, the width of each ring is (radius value / (ring count value + 1)). If you use this flag, do not use the Radius flag.

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