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cross_fading.xhp par_id3154766 help.text
English cev8y
Context English English (Australia) Actions
combine_etc.xhp
par_id3150570
help.text
<image id="img_id3150658" src="media/helpimg/formschn.png" width="3.4272inch" height="1.302inch"><alt id="alt_id3150658">Illustration for intersecting shapes</alt></image>
combine_etc.xhp
par_id3157972
help.text
The overlapping area of the selected objects creates the new shape.
combine_etc.xhp
par_id3151020
help.text
The area outside the overlap is removed.
cross_fading.xhp
tit
help.text
Cross-Fading Two Objects
cross_fading.xhp
bm_id3150715
help.text
<bookmark_value>draw objects; cross-fading two objects</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>cross-fading; two draw objects</bookmark_value>
cross_fading.xhp
hd_id3150715
help.text
<variable id="cross_fading"><link href="text/sdraw/guide/cross_fading.xhp" name="Cross-Fading Two Objects">Cross-Fading Two Objects</link></variable>
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3154754
help.text
Cross-fading creates shapes and distributes them by uniform increments between two drawing objects.
cross_fading.xhp
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help.text
The cross-fading command is only available in $[officename] Draw. You can, however, copy and paste cross-faded objects into $[officename] Impress.
cross_fading.xhp
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help.text
To cross-fade two objects:
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3150370
help.text
Hold down Shift and click each object.
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3166428
help.text
Choose <emph>Edit - Cross-fading</emph>.
cross_fading.xhp
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Enter a value to specify the number of objects between the start and end of the cross-fade in the <emph>Increments</emph> box.
cross_fading.xhp
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Click <emph>OK</emph>.
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3151240
help.text
A group containing the two original objects and the specified number (increments) of cross-faded objects is displayed.
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3159203
help.text
<image id="img_id3150210" src="media/helpimg/ueberblenden.png" width="74.88mm" height="65.62mm"><alt id="alt_id3150210">Illustration for crossfading</alt></image>
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3154766
help.text
You can edit the individual objects of a group by selecting the group and pressing F3. Press <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">Command</caseinline><defaultinline>Ctrl</defaultinline></switchinline>+F3 to exit the group editing mode.
cross_fading.xhp
par_id3155760
help.text
<link href="text/simpress/01/02150000.xhp" name="Editing - Cross-fading">Editing - Cross-fading</link>
draw_sector.xhp
tit
help.text
Drawing Sectors and Segments
draw_sector.xhp
bm_id3146974
help.text
<bookmark_value>sectors of circles/ellipses</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>segments of circles/ellipses</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>circle segments</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>ellipses; segments</bookmark_value><bookmark_value>drawing; sectors and segments</bookmark_value>
draw_sector.xhp
hd_id3146974
help.text
<variable id="draw_sector"><link href="text/sdraw/guide/draw_sector.xhp" name="Drawing Sectors and Segments">Drawing Sectors and Segments</link></variable>
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3147396
help.text
The <emph>Ellipse</emph> toolbar contains tools for drawing ellipses and circles. You can also draw segments and sectors of circles and ellipses.
draw_sector.xhp
hd_id3151075
help.text
To draw a sector of a circle or an ellipse:
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3155335
help.text
Open the <emph>Ellipses</emph> toolbar and click one of the <emph>Circle Pie</emph> or <emph>Ellipse Pie</emph> icons <image id="img_id3155768" src="cmd/sc_circlepie_unfilled.png" width="5.64mm" height="5.64mm"><alt id="alt_id3155768">Icon</alt></image>. The mouse pointer changes to a cross hair with a small icon of a sector.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3150199
help.text
Position the pointer at the edge of the circle you want to draw and drag to create the circle.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3148868
help.text
To create a circle by dragging from the center, press <switchinline select="sys"><caseinline select="MAC">Option</caseinline><defaultinline>Alt</defaultinline></switchinline> while dragging.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3145361
help.text
Release the mouse button when the circle has reached the size you want. A line corresponding to the circle radius appears in the circle.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3149872
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Position the pointer where you want to place the first boundary of the sector and click.
draw_sector.xhp
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As the radius line that follows the pointer is constrained to the circle boundaries, you can click anywhere in the document.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3146874
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Position the pointer where you want to place the second boundary of the sector and click. The completed sector is displayed.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3148581
help.text
To draw a segment of a circle or ellipse, follow the steps for creating a sector based on a circle.
draw_sector.xhp
par_id3153084
help.text
To draw an arc based on an ellipse, choose one of the arc icons and follow the same steps for creating a sector based on a circle.

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cross_fading.xhp
par_id3154766
help.text
Source string description
cev8y
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cross_fading.xhp
String age
9 months ago
Source string age
9 months ago
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en-AU/helpcontent2/source/text/sdraw/guide.po, string 89