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Vcl.Graphics.TPenMode

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TPenMode = (pmBlack, pmWhite, pmNop, pmNot, pmCopy, pmNotCopy,
pmMergePenNot, pmMaskPenNot, pmMergeNotPen, pmMaskNotPen, pmMerge,
pmNotMerge, pmMask, pmNotMask, pmXor, pmNotXor);

C++

enum DECLSPEC_DENUM TPenMode : unsigned char { pmBlack, pmWhite, pmNop, pmNot, pmCopy, pmNotCopy, pmMergePenNot, pmMaskPenNot, pmMergeNotPen, pmMaskNotPen, pmMerge, pmNotMerge, pmMask, pmNotMask, pmXor, pmNotXor };

Properties

Type Visibility Source Unit Parent
enum public
Vcl.Graphics.pas
Vcl.Graphics.hpp
Vcl.Graphics Vcl.Graphics

Description

TPenMode indicates how the color of a pen interacts with the color of a canvas.

TPenMode indicates how a pen color interacts with the color of the canvas it is writing on. The following table lists the possible values:


Mode Pixel color

pmBlack

Always black

pmWhite

Always white

pmNop

Unchanged

pmNot

Inverse of canvas background color

pmCopy

Pen color specified in the Color property

pmNotCopy

Inverse of pen color

pmMergePenNot

Combination of pen color and inverse of canvas background

pmMaskPenNot

Combination of colors common to both pen and inverse of canvas background

pmMergeNotPen

Combination of canvas background color and inverse of pen color

pmMaskNotPen

Combination of colors common to both canvas background and inverse of pen

pmMerge

Combination of pen color and canvas background color

pmNotMerge

Inverse of pmMerge: combination of pen color and canvas background color

pmMask

Combination of colors common to both pen and canvas background

pmNotMask

Inverse of pmMask: combination of colors common to both pen and canvas background

pmXor

Combination of colors in either pen or canvas background, but not both

pmNotXor

Inverse of pmXor: combination of colors in either pen or canvas background, but not both

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