jsmorley wrote: ↑January 11th, 2019, 11:27 pm
I'm afraid I don't follow at all. If you specify 99 as the ending point for the line(s) or the rectangle(s), why wouldn't they end at 99?
Sorry for being so obtuse. What I am trying to say is this: the skin and the background meter start at 100,100, and are 100x100 in size; therefore they end at 199,199. So a two-pixel wide line that goes from 120,100 to 121,199, should end at the very bottom of the skin/meter, should it not? But in the example:
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Shape=Line 20,0,20,99 | Extend DividerModifiers
Shape=Line 20,0,20,100 | Extend DividerModifiers
DividerModifiers=StrokeWidth 2 | Stroke Color #colorDivider#
the line which extends from 20,0 to 21,99 of the shape meter (or 120,100 to 121,199 of the skin, since the shape meter begins at 100,100 of the skin), one expects to end at the bottom of the skin/meter, but it is actually one pixel short; whereas the line which extends from 20,0 to 21,100 of the shape meter (or 120,100 to 121,200 of the skin) does reach the bottom, but the point 121,200 is actually outside the skin/background meter.