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SetCenterPoint2 Method (IRenderMaterial)

Sets the center point of the mapping for texture-based appearances.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetCenterPoint2( _
   ByVal CenterPt_X As System.Double, _
   ByVal CenterPt_Y As System.Double, _
   ByVal CenterPt_Z As System.Double _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IRenderMaterial
Dim CenterPt_X As System.Double
Dim CenterPt_Y As System.Double
Dim CenterPt_Z As System.Double
instance.SetCenterPoint2(CenterPt_X, CenterPt_Y, CenterPt_Z)
void SetCenterPoint2( 
   System.double CenterPt_X,
   System.double CenterPt_Y,
   System.double CenterPt_Z
void SetCenterPoint2( 
&   System.double CenterPt_X,
&   System.double CenterPt_Y,
&   System.double CenterPt_Z


x coordinate of the center point of the mapping
y coordinate of the center point of the mapping
z coordinate of the center point of the mapping


This method is required to properly position a texture-based appearance (e.g., if you need a specific corner of a face to have the black square of a checkered-pattern appearance).


See Also


SolidWorks 2013 SP05, Revision Number 21.5

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