pathElementElement functions can be customized with
A path through a list of points, connected by Bezier curves.
#path( fill: blue.lighten(80%), stroke: blue, closed: true, (0pt, 50pt), (100%, 50pt), ((50%, 0pt), (40pt, 0pt)), )
ParametersParameters are the inputs to a function. They are specified in parentheses after the function name.
How to fill the path.
When setting a fill, the default stroke disappears. To create a rectangle with both fill and stroke, you have to configure both.
Currently all paths are filled according to the non-zero winding rule.
How to stroke the path. This can be:
Can be set to
none to disable the stroke or to
auto for a stroke of
1pt black if and if only if no fill is given.
closedSettableSettable parameters can be customized for all following uses of the function with a
Whether to close this path with one last bezier curve. This curve will takes into account the adjacent control points. If you want to close with a straight line, simply add one last point that's the same as the start point.
verticesPositionalPositional parameters are specified in order, without names.VariadicVariadic parameters can be specified multiple times.
The vertices of the path.
Each vertex can be defined in 3 ways:
- A regular point, as given to the
- An array of two points, the first being the vertex and the second being the control point. The control point is expressed relative to the vertex and is mirrored to get the second control point. The given control point is the one that affects the curve coming into this vertex (even for the first point). The mirrored control point affects the curve going out of this vertex.
- An array of three points, the first being the vertex and the next being the control points (control point for curves coming in and out, respectively).