Flags for XFig output.
Definition at line 508 of file grid_out.h.
An enum used for deciding which field is used for coloring the cells.
Convert the material id into the cell color.
Convert the level into the cell color.
Convert the global subdomain id into the cell color.
Convert the level subdomain id into the cell color.
Definition at line 518 of file grid_out.h.
Draw boundary lines. Default is true.
Definition at line 513 of file grid_out.h.
|bool level_color GridOutFlags::XFig::DEAL_II_DEPRECATED
- Use the color_by enum instead.
Change color depending on level. Default is false, therefore, color is coded by material or boundary id.
Definition at line 536 of file grid_out.h.
Code level to depth. Default is true. If false, color depends on material or boundary id.
Depth of the object is 900-level, if this value is true.
Definition at line 544 of file grid_out.h.
|unsigned int GridOutFlags::XFig::n_boundary_face_points
Additional points for curved boundaries. Default is none.
Definition at line 549 of file grid_out.h.
Scaling of graph. The default is a unit length of one inch.
Definition at line 554 of file grid_out.h.
Offset of the graph. Before scaling, the coordinates are shifted by this value. Default is zero in each direction.
Definition at line 560 of file grid_out.h.
Style for filling cells. Default is solid fill (20). This value is forwarded unchanged into the corresponding field
fill_style of the polyline object of XFig.
Definition at line 567 of file grid_out.h.
Style for drawing border lines of polygons. Defaults to solid (0) and is forwarded to XFig.
Definition at line 573 of file grid_out.h.
Thickness of border lines of polygons. Default is 1.
Set this to zero to avoid border lines for very fine meshes.
Definition at line 580 of file grid_out.h.
Style for drawing lines at the boundary. Defaults to solid (0).
Definition at line 585 of file grid_out.h.
Thickness of boundary lines. Default is 3.
Definition at line 590 of file grid_out.h.
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