igi Posted March 7, 2005 Share Posted March 7, 2005 Eagle-eyed (or bored) readers will have noticed the BCS format description (http://iesdp.gibberlings3.net/ieformats/bcs.htm) indicates that the point parameter can not only specifiy an x/y coordinate, but a [l.t.r.b] rectangle, or a [cx.cy.r] circle. I know that in maths and geomtery these are valid, but - do they work in the IE? None of the current compilers support these point forms, but you can easily hex a bcs file. My testing indicated that the point parameter only works for x.y points, and not the rectangles or circles. If someone could confirm this, I can remove the incorrect information from the IESDP. And that would give me a warm glow-y feeling. If someone proved the other point forms worked, I'd also have a warm glow-y feeling. So, you can't loose, test either way, and I'll feel good. Thanks! Link to comment
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