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A view contains the pages that are visible. Technically, it's a simple array of two values if the display is set to double page or one value if the display is single.
 
A view contains the pages that are visible. Technically, it's a simple array of two values if the display is set to double page or one value if the display is single.
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==Examples of views==
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* if the display is set to double, a flipbook of 8 pages would have the following views
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<tt>[0,1]</tt>
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<tt>[2,3]</tt>
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<tt>[4,5]</tt>
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<tt>[6,7]</tt>
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<tt>[8, 0]</tt>
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* if the display is set to single, a 4 pages long flipbook would have the following views
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<tt>[1]</tt>
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<tt>[2]</tt>
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<tt>[3]</tt>
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<tt>[4]</tt>
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==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 23:44, 25 November 2012

A view contains the pages that are visible. Technically, it's a simple array of two values if the display is set to double page or one value if the display is single.


Examples of views

  • if the display is set to double, a flipbook of 8 pages would have the following views

[0,1] [2,3] [4,5] [6,7] [8, 0]

  • if the display is set to single, a 4 pages long flipbook would have the following views

[1] [2] [3] [4]


See also


Main Page > Views