PathMove QML Type

Moves the Path's position More...

Import Statement: import QtQuick 2.11

Properties

Detailed Description

The example below creates a path consisting of two horizontal lines with some empty space between them. All three segments have a width of 100:

Path {
    startX: 0; startY: 100
    PathLine { relativeX: 100; y: 100 }
    PathMove { relativeX: 100; y: 100 }
    PathLine { relativeX: 100; y: 100 }
}

Note: PathMove should not be used in a Path associated with a PathView. Use PathLine instead. For ShapePath however it is important to distinguish between the operations of drawing a straight line and moving the path position without drawing anything.

See also Path, PathQuad, PathCubic, PathArc, PathAngleArc, PathCurve, PathSvg, and PathLine.

Property Documentation

relativeX : real

Defines the position to move to relative to its start.

If both a relative and absolute end position are specified for a single axis, the relative position will be used.

Relative and absolute positions can be mixed, for example it is valid to set a relative x and an absolute y.

See also x and y.


relativeY : real

Defines the position to move to relative to its start.

If both a relative and absolute end position are specified for a single axis, the relative position will be used.

Relative and absolute positions can be mixed, for example it is valid to set a relative x and an absolute y.

See also x and y.


x : real

Defines the position to move to.

See also relativeX and relativeY.


y : real

Defines the position to move to.

See also relativeX and relativeY.


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