Formes à partir texte Draft

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Draft ShapeString.svg Draft_ShapeString

Menu location
Draft -> ShapeString
Workbenches
Draft
Default shortcut
S S
Introduced in version
-
See also
None

Description

L'outil ShapeString insère une forme composée représentant une chaîne de texte à un point donné dans le document courant. Les attributs du texte, hauteur, police ... peuvent être spécifiés.

Draft ShapeString Example400.png

How to use

  1. Press the Draft ShapeString16.png Draft ShapeString button, or press S then S keys
  2. Click a point on the 3D view, or type a coordinate
  3. Enter the desired text, press ENTER
  4. Enter the desired size, press ENTER
  5. Enter the desired tracking, press ENTER
  6. Press ENTER to accept the displayed font, or,
  7. Press ... to select a font file.

Options

  • To enter coordinates manually, simply enter the numbers, then press ENTER between each X, Y and Z component.
  • Pressing ESC will cancel the operation.

Properties

  • DATAPosition: The base point of the compound shape
  • DATAString: The contents of the text string
  • DATASize: The height of the letters in FC units
  • DATATracking: The inter-character spacing in FC units
  • DATAFont File: The font definition file used to draw the string

Scripting

The ShapeString tool can by used in macros and from the python console by using the following function:

makeShapeString(String,FontFile,[Size],[Tracking]) : Turns a text string into a 
Compound Shape using a specified font. 

Example:

 import FreeCAD,Draft
 Draft.makeShapeString("This is a sample text",
                       "/usr/share/fonts/truetype/msttcorefonts/Arial.ttf',
                       200.0,10)

Limitations

  • This tool is not yet generally available. It will be included in a future version. (post v0.13)
  • TrueType(*.ttf), OpenType(*.otf) and Type1(*.pfb) font files are supported.
  • Very small text heights may result in deformed character glyphs due to loss of detail in scaling.
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