Drawing Styles Administrator
Drawing styles administrator enables to globally set the picture styles (colors of displayed objects, colors of lines, line styles, filling styles, selections colors). The dialog window is available from the menu (items "Settings", "Drawing style"). The user can define the style of visualization for pictures on the desktop and in thefor all GEO5 programs.
The style of the structure visualization is defined in the combo lists "Desktop" and "Pictures".
Dialog window "Drawing styles administrator"
Program contains three predefined drawing styles - two for desktop visualization (black and white background) and one for pictures. There is possibility to input user-defined drawing styles too.
How to create user-defined Drawing style:
Select one of the styles in "Drawing style list".
Press the button "Add" - the dialog window "Add drawing style" will open.
In combo box "Show settings for the program" it is possible to filtr showed modes according to individual programs or show modes for all GEO5 programs.
In the box "Name" input name of the new setting.
In the list "Mode" (left part of the window) select the mode (e.g. Applied forces, Backfill, Base anchorage...), in which you want to change the style of drawing. In the right part of window input new drawing styles of objects in selected mode (e.g. Water tables, Dimensions, Gradient...).
The list of affected GEO5 programs is shown in the bottom part of the window.
Example: If we change drawing style (color, line type, thickness) of "Tensile crack" (mode Water) in the program Cantilever wall, the new settings will be valid for all programs in the list in the bottom part of dialog window ("Abutment", "Anti-slide pile", "Beam"....). New settings will be stored by pressing button "OK". This new settings will be added to the "Drawing style list" and will be available in combo lists "Desktop" and "Pictures" - after adding new style, it is necessary to select it in corresponcing combo list for visualization on desktop or print.
Dialog window "Add drawing style"