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My IlvRectangle objects are not rotated or appear malformed when I apply a rotation transformer. Why?
You cannot rotate an
IlvRectangle, because it is defined by an
IlvRect object. It can only be rotated by 90, 180 or 270 degrees, and that's why a rotation transformer may lead to unexpected results.
If you apply a transformation to an
IlvRect, you will still have an
IlvRect and the corresponding
IlvRectangle will still look like a rectangle with vertical and horizontal edges.
In a general manner, you should use an
IlvGeneralPath object or one of the
IlvPolyPoints subclasses if you need to handle rotations on your objects.
Since JViews 8.0, you can wrap an
IlvRectangle (or any other object that cannot be rotated or zoomed) inside an
IlvFullZoomingGraphic to make it rotatable.
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