AttachCopyToView Command

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AttachCopyToView( <Object>, <View 0|1|2> )
If View = 0, a copy of given object is created. For View = 1 or View = 2 this command creates a dependent copy of given object whose size in given Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View is constant.
Example:
Let poly = Polygon((0, 0), (1, 0), (1, 1), (0, 1)).
If Graphics View 1 is active, AttachCopyToView(poly, 1) creates a square with the same size at the same position.
Note: Once the copy is created, three other arguments are added to the command definition.
AttachCopyToView( <Object>, <View 0|1|2>, <Point 1>, <Point 2>, <Screen Point 1>, <Screen Point 2> )
If View = 0, a copy of given object is created. For View = 1 or View = 2 this command creates a dependent copy of given object whose size in given Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View is transformed using the affine transform that maps Point 1 to a point whose screen coordinates (in pixels) are equal to Screen Point 1, and Point 2 to a point with screen coordinates equal to Screen Point 2.
Example:
Let poly = Polygon((0, 0), (1, 0), (1, 1), (0, 1)).
If Graphics View 1 is active, AttachCopyToView(poly, 1, (0, 0), (1, 1), (0, 0), (100, 100)) creates a 100px x 100px square in the top left corner of the Graphics View.
Note: All points of the object are copied, even if they lie outside the view.

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Note: All parts of <object> are mapped, even if some parts of <object> lie outside the rectangle defined by Corner 1 and Corner 3.


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