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(v13) StrokeOffsetCurveWidth

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; both Harlequin Core and Harlequin MultiRIP

In HHR/HMR v12 from v12.0r1: This parameter is a real or integer value, expressed in default user space (units of 1/72 inch). If a stroke is drawn with a linewidth larger than the equivalent of this value transformed to device space, then the stroke may be approximated by offsetting cubic Bezier curves, rather than the normal method of flattening the stroke and offsetting each flattened line segment. This can produce smoother looking curves.

Strokes will not be approximated using offset curves if:

  • the stroke is dashed or
  • the PoorStrokepath system param is set or
  • if the linewidth is zero; or if the line join is set to no join.

If StrokeOffsetCurveWidth is set to a negative value, strokes will always be flattened rather than using offset curve approximations; this is the default behavior.

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