2022-05-1310:32 AM - last edited on 2023-05-3110:13 AM by Laszlo Simon
I am trying to create a label which changes it's position based on the co-ordinate values (global) defined in it's parameter.
For example, if the label is in a random position with initial parameters:
and I change it to Global_X=3, Global Y=5, the label should move to global (3,5).
The initial position of the label does not matter i.e. when the user clicks on the element, the label can be placed anywhere but it has to move based on the global coordinates defined within it's parameters.
Can this be achieved ? If it can, which command would help me achieve it ?
@Eshanta It does depend on what you are trying to do as to how you process the data points mentioned by @Barry Kelly. I have created labels that use parameters to position the text relative to the click / insertion point but the leader line on/off value will disrupt can disrupt what you are trying to achieve. Look at some of the GS label library objects to see if they help. The SYMB_POS_X & Y values and the data points will be important references in your GDL coding.
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