I told you that we need a small reference in the manual, jsmorley
I'm not sure about the influence (although that should only affect the width, not the height, so in theory it's the same answer), but for a classic line, x must be 0 (just like for other meters you would position after), and the line would begin at 100.qwerky wrote: ↑January 14th, 2019, 8:29 pmThis is a good question. If a Shape Line meter (say 0,0,100,0 with strokewidth 4, for example) is followed by another meter with a relative xR, must x be zero, or one, in order for the next meter to abut, but not overlap, the previous Line meter? And, when it does abut, does it begin at x=99 or x=100? I have tried, but could not get the relative option to work, following a Line meter, and didn't want to spend too much time.
EDIT: And here we go with the sample jsmorley kindly provided (be aware that the option will change things though, since you will use a different "anchor" / reference point for the meter):