2.4 Pict Drawing Adjusters
Scales a pict drawing, as well as its bounding-box. The drawing
is scaled by adjusting the destination dc<%>’s scale while
drawing the original pict.
Creats a container picture that doesn’t draw the child picture,
but uses the child’s size.
Selects a specific pen width for drawing, which applies to pen drawing
for pict that does not already use a specific pen width.
Selects a specific color drawing, which applies to drawing in
pict that does not already use a specific color. The
black-and-white parameter causes all non-white colors to be
converted to black.
Makes the given pict semi-transparent, where an opacity of
0 is fully transparent, and an opacity of 1 is fully
opaque. See set-alpha for information about the
contexts and cases when semi-transparent drawing works.
Clips a pict’s drawing to its bounding box.
Insets and clips the pict’s drawing to its bounding
box. Usually, the inset amounts are negative.
Like the scale procedure, but also sets
current-expected-text-scale while evaluating pict-expr.
A parameter that determines whether colorize uses color or