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ScreenOverlayOrigin Enumeration

Specifies the origin of a screen overlay, as well as the direction of the horizontal and vertical axes. The origin specifies both the origin in the parent overlay's coordinate system and the origin within the overlay itself that is positioned.

Namespace:  AGI.Foundation.Graphics.Advanced
Assembly:  AGI.Foundation.Graphics (in AGI.Foundation.Graphics.dll) Version: 19.4.401.0 (19.4.401.0)
Syntax
public enum ScreenOverlayOrigin
Members
  Member nameDescription
BottomLeft When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the bottom, left corner of the overlay in its parent's bottom, left corner. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it up.
BottomCenter When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the bottom edge of the overlay at its parent's bottom edge and the center of the overlay is horizontally centered within its parent. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it up.
BottomRight When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the bottom, right corner of the overlay in its parent's bottom, right corner. Increasing X values move the overlay to the left and increasing Y values move it up.
CenterLeft When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the left edge of the overlay at its parent's left edge and the center of the overlay is vertically centered within its parent. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it up.
Center When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the center of the overlay at its parent's center. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it up.
CenterRight When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the right edge of the overlay at its parent's right edge and the center of the overlay is vertically centered within its parent. Increasing X values move the overlay to the left and increasing Y values move it up.
TopLeft When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the top, left corner of the overlay in its parent's top, left corner. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it down.
TopCenter When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the top edge of the overlay at its parent's top edge and the center of the overlay is horizontally centered within its parent. Increasing X values move the overlay to the right and increasing Y values move it down.
TopRight When the X and Y position are both set to 0, this value places the top, right corner of the overlay in its parent's top, right corner. Increasing X values move the overlay to the left and increasing Y values move it down.
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