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; Translate( <Object>, <Vector> )
 
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: Translates the [[Geometric Objects|geometric object]] by the vector.  
; Translate[ [[Geometric Objects|Geometric Object]], Vector ]: Translates the geometric object by the vector.  
 
 
 
 
: {{Note| When translating a polygon, the transformed new vertices and segments are created as well.}}
 
: {{Note| When translating a polygon, the transformed new vertices and segments are created as well.}}
 
; Translate[Image, Vector]: Translates the image by the vector.
 
  
; Translate[Vector, Point]: Translates the vector ''v'' to point.  
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; Translate( <Vector>, <Start Point> )
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: Translates the vector to the start point.  
  
{{Note| See also [[Image:Tool Translate Object by Vector.gif]] [[Translate Object by Vector Tool|Translate Object by Vector]] tool.}}
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{{Note| See also [[File:Mode translatebyvector.svg|link=|24px]][[Translate by Vector Tool|Translate by Vector]] tool.}}

Latest revision as of 16:19, 4 October 2017


Translate( <Object>, <Vector> )
Translates the geometric object by the vector.
Note: When translating a polygon, the transformed new vertices and segments are created as well.
Translate( <Vector>, <Start Point> )
Translates the vector to the start point.
Note: See also Mode translatebyvector.svgTranslate by Vector tool.
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