Position the bottom left of the rectangle.

 

   

Syntax
 

[C#]
void Position(double x, double y)
void Position(double x, double y, Corner corner)

[Visual Basic]
Sub Position(x As Double, y As Double)
Sub Position(x As Double, y As Double, corner As Corner)

 

   

Params
 
Name Description
x The new left position.
y The new bottom position.
corner The corner to position.

 

   

Notes
 

Moves the rectangle to the supplied position while maintaining the width and height.

The corner moved to the location is indicated by the Pin property but you can override this default by specifying a corner when calling this function.

 

   

Example
 

The following code.

[C#]
XRect rc = new XRect();
rc.String = "20 20 220 120";
Response.Write("Rect = " + rc.String);
Response.Write("<br>");
rc.Position(50, 50);
Response.Write("Pos. = " + rc.String);

[Visual Basic]
Dim rc As XRect = New XRect()
rc.String = "20 20 220 120"
Response.Write("Rect = " + rc.String)
Response.Write("<br>")
rc.Position(50, 50)
Response.Write("Pos. = " + rc.String)

Produces the following output.

Rect = 20 20 220 120
Pos. = 50 50 250 150