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Revision as of 16:28, 13 January 2011

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Command

ADD_OP_MARKER <op number> <marker type> <feature num> <param> <value> <marker num>


Add a utility marker to an operation.

Parameters

<op number>
Operation number.
<marker type>
Marker Type.
<feature num>
The index to the feature. This will be 1 for the first feature, 2 for the second etc.
If you have selected a shape, then 1 will be the first line/arc in the shape, 2 will be the second.
If you have selected a number of points, lines and circles, then index 1 will give you the first
feature that you selected, 2 will be the second (in the order that you selected them).
<param>
Marker parameter.
<value>
Name of variable to be set by this command
<marker num>
Marker number.

Example

ADD_OP_MARKER 3, 1, 4, 0.2, 0.5, MarkerNum