VML ImageAlignShape Attribute
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Determines the alignment of the stroke image. Read/write. VgTriState.
element imagealignshape=" expression ">
If True, align the image with the shape, else align the image with the window. The default is True.
VML Standard Attribute
The image is aligned with the window.
<v:shape id="rect01" strokecolor="red" fillcolor="red" strokeweight="20pt" style="top:20;left:20;width:300;height:300" path="m 1,1 l 1,200, 200,200, 200,1 x e"> <v:stroke imagealignshape="false" width="5pt" filltype="tile" src="cylinder.gif"/> </v:shape>