Difference between revisions of "RigidPolygon Command"

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:Creates polygon whose shape cannot be changed. This polygon can be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
 
:Creates polygon whose shape cannot be changed. This polygon can be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
  
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;RigidPolygon[ <Polygon> ]: Creates a copy of any polygon that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
 
;RigidPolygon[ <Polygon> ]: Creates a copy of any polygon that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
 
;RigidPolygon[ <Polygon>, <Offset x>, <Offset y>]: Creates a copy of any polygon with the given offset that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
 
;RigidPolygon[ <Polygon>, <Offset x>, <Offset y>]: Creates a copy of any polygon with the given offset that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
 
:{{note|1=The copy will join in every change of the original polygon. <br\>If you want to change the shape of the copy, you have to change the original.}}
 
:{{note|1=The copy will join in every change of the original polygon. <br\>If you want to change the shape of the copy, you have to change the original.}}
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Revision as of 22:53, 5 January 2013



RigidPolygon[ <Free Point>, ..., <Free Point> ]
Creates polygon whose shape cannot be changed. This polygon can be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
RigidPolygon[ <Polygon> ]
Creates a copy of any polygon that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
RigidPolygon[ <Polygon>, <Offset x>, <Offset y>]
Creates a copy of any polygon with the given offset that can only be translated by dragging its first vertex and rotated by dragging its second vertex.
Note: The copy will join in every change of the original polygon. <br\>If you want to change the shape of the copy, you have to change the original.
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