EmfExtTextOutOptions

EmfExtTextOutOptions enumeration

The ExtTextOutOptions enumeration specifies parameters that control various aspects of the output of text by EMR_SMALLTEXTOUT(section 2.3.5.37) records and in EmrText objects.

[Flags]
public enum EmfExtTextOutOptions

Values

Name Value Description
ETO_OPAQUE 2 This bit indicates that the current background color SHOULD be used to fill the rectangle
ETO_CLIPPED 4 This bit indicates that the text SHOULD be clipped to the rectangle.
ETO_GLYPH_INDEX 10 This bit indicates that the codes for characters in an output text string are actually indexes of the character glyphs in a TrueType font. Glyph indexes are font-specific, so to display the correct characters on playback, the font that is used MUST be identical to the font used to generate the indexes.
ETO_RTLREADING 80 This bit indicates that the text MUST be laid out in right-to-left reading order, instead of the default left-to-right order. This SHOULD be applied only when the font selected into the playback device context is either Hebrew or Arabic
ETO_NO_RECT 100 This bit indicates that the record does not specify a bounding rectangle for the text output.
ETO_SMALL_CHARS 200 This bit indicates that the codes for characters in an output text string are 8 bits, derived from the low bytes of 16-bit Unicode UTF16-LE character codes, in which the high byte is assumed to be 0.
ETO_NUMERICSLOCAL 400 This bit indicates that to display numbers, digits appropriate to the locale SHOULD be used
ETO_NUMERICSLATIN 800 This bit indicates that to display numbers, European digits SHOULD be used
ETO_IGNORELANGUAGE 1000 This bit indicates that no special operating system processing for glyph placement should be performed on right-to-left strings; that is, all glyph positioning SHOULD be taken care of by drawing and state records in the metafile
ETO_PDY 2000 This bit indicates that both horizontal and vertical character displacement values SHOULD be provided
ETO_REVERSE_INDEX_MAP 10000 This bit is reserved and SHOULD NOT be used

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