X Behavior Cell (Controls Section)

Controls the type of behavior the x -coordinate of the control handle will exhibit after the handle is moved.

Value Behavior Definition Automation constant
0
Proportional
The control handle can be moved, and it also moves in proportion with the shape when it is stretched.
visCtlProportional
1
Proportional locked
The control handle moves in proportion with the shape but the control handle itself cannot be moved.
visCtlLocked
2
Offset from left edge
The control handle is offset a constant distance from the left side of the shape.
visCtlOffsetMin
3
Offset from center
The control handle is offset a constant distance from the center of the shape.
visCtlOffsetMid
4
Offset from right edge
The control handle is offset a constant distance from the right side of the shape.
visCtlOffsetMax
5
Proportional, hidden
Same as 0, but the control handle is not visible.
visCtlProportionalHidden
6
Proportional locked, hidden
Same as 1, but the control handle is not visible.
visCtlLockedHiddenv
7
Offset from left edge, hidden
Same as 2, but the control handle is not visible.
visCtlOffsetMinHidden
8
Offset from center, hidden
Same as 3, but the control handle is not visible.
visCtlOffsetMidHidden
9
Offset from right edge, hidden
Same as 4, but the control handle is not visible.
visCtlOffsetMaxHidden

Remarks

To get a reference to the X Behavior cell by name from another formula, or from a program using the CellsU property, use:

Cell name:
Controls. name .XConwhere Controls. name is the name of the controls row.

To get a reference to the X Behavior cell by index from a program, use the CellsSRC property with the following arguments:

Section index:
visSectionControls
Row index:
visRowControl + i where i = 0, 1, 2...
Cell index:
visCtlXCon