The way in which a closed path is filled.
Hierarchy
System.Object
System.ValueType
System.Enum
WebSupergoo.ImageGlue8.FillMode
Interfaces
System.IComparable
System.IFormattable
System.IConvertible
Notes

This class is sealed. It cannot be derived from.

Fields
Field Description
Alternate The even-odd rule rule determines whether a point is inside a path by drawing a ray from that point in any direction and simply counting the number of path segments that cross the ray, regardless of direction.
Winding The nonzero winding number rule determines whether a given point is inside a path by conceptually drawing a ray from that point to infinity in any direction and then examining the places where a segment of the path crosses the ray.
Example

None.