|Void Mode( Direction )||
Separator orientation. See Separator, Orientation.
The code below tells the program that the separator is horizontal.
|Void MinQuality( Real )||Sets the minimum quality of the hypothesis.|
|Void MinRelativeLength ( Real )||Sets the minimum length of the separator which lies within the search area relative to the length of the search area. See Separator, Min relative length.|
|Void PenaltyLimitForLength( Real )||
Specifies the minimum quality that the hypothesis may get for its length when calculating its quality (number from 0 to 1). The longer the separator object, the higher the quality. The highest quality of 1 has the separator whose length equals the length of the search area. As the relative length of the separator decreases from 1 to 0, the quality of the hypotheses decreases inn direct proportion from 1 to PenaltyLimitForLength.
Note.This function was introduced to replace Void MaxPenalty( Real ), which is obsolete and will e removed from future versions. If you previously used Max length penalty, set PenaltyLimitForLength to (1 - [Max length penalty]).
See Element Properties dialog box, Separator tab.
|Void MinSeparatorLength( Distance )||See Separator. Min length.|
|Void MaxSeparatorLength( Distance )||See Separator. Max length.|
|Void MaxSeparatorGap( Distance )||
See Separator. Space. Max length.
The code below tells the program that several horizontal separators located on one level must be considered as one separator if the gap between them does not exceed 20 dots.
|Void MaxSeparatorRelativeGap( Real )||See Separator. Space. Max relative length.|
|Void MaxSeparatorGap( Distance d, Real r )||
Sets absolute (d) and relative (r) constraints on the length of the space.
See Separator. Space. Max Length.
|Void FitsWithinSearchArea( Logic )||
Specifies that the separator must fit entirely within the search area.
See Separator, Fits entirely within search area property.
|Void MaxSeparatorDistance( Distance )||
See Separator. Space. Orthogonal shift.
The code below tells the program that several vertical separators must be considered as one separator if the distance between them does not exceed 1 mm.
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