Provides functionality to load a bitmap image encoded in a specific format.
Provides functionality to save a bitmap image in a specific format.
Defines a pixel based bitmap image.
Defines an abstract base class for pixel based images.
Classes derived from this abstract base class define objects used to fill the interiors of paths.
Brushes for all the pre-defined colors.
Manages the localization of the color class.
Represents a set of 141 pre-defined RGB colors. Incidentally the values are the same as in System.Drawing.Color.
Defines an object used to draw text.
Defines a group of typefaces having a similar basic design and certain variations in styles.
Collects information of a font.
The bytes of a font file.
Represents a graphical object that can be used to render retained graphics on it. In GDI+ it is represented by a Metafile, in WPF by a DrawingVisual, and in PDF by a Form XObjects.
Represents a drawing surface for a fixed size page.
(This class is under construction.) Currently used in MigraDoc
Provides access to internal data structures of the XGraphics class.
Represents the internal state of an XGraphics object.
Represents a series of connected lines and curves.
Provides access to the internal data structures of XGraphicsPath. This class prevents the public interface from pollution with internal functions.
Represents the internal state of an XGraphics object. This class is used as a handle for restoring the context.
Defines an object used to draw image files (bmp, png, jpeg, gif) and PDF forms. An abstract base class that provides functionality for the Bitmap and Metafile descended classes.
Specifies the format of the image.
Defines a Brush with a linear gradient.
Specifies details about how the font is used in PDF creation.
Represents a so called 'PDF form external object', which is typically an imported page of an external PDF document. XPdfForm objects are used like images to draw an existing PDF page of an external document in the current document. XPdfForm objects can only be placed in PDF documents. If you try to draw them using a XGraphics based on an GDI+ context no action is taken if no placeholder image is specified. Otherwise the place holder is drawn.
Defines an object used to draw lines and curves.
Pens for all the pre-defined colors.
Makes fonts that are not installed on the system available within the current application domain.
In Silverlight required for all fonts used in PDF documents.
Defines a single color object used to fill shapes and draw text.
Represents the text layout information.
Represents predefined text layouts.
Represents a RGB, CMYK, or gray scale color.
Represents a 3-by-3 matrix that represents an affine 2D transformation.
Represents a pair of floating point x- and y-coordinates that defines a point in a two-dimensional plane.
Stores a set of four floating-point numbers that represent the location and size of a rectangle.
Represents a pair of floating-point numbers, typically the width and height of a graphical object.
Represents a value and its unit of measure. The structure converts implicitly from and to double with a value measured in point.
Represents a two-dimensional vector specified by x- and y-coordinates.
Currently not used. Only DeviceRGB is rendered in PDF.
Specifies how different clipping regions can be combined.
Specifies the style of dashed lines drawn with an XPen object.
Specifies how the interior of a closed path is filled.
Specifies style information applied to text.
Specifies how the content of an existing PDF page and new content is combined.
Specifies the unit of measure.
Specifies all pre-defined colors. Used to identify the pre-defined colors and to localize their names.
Specifies the alignment of a text string relative to its layout rectangle
Specifies the direction of a linear gradient.
Specifies the available cap styles with which an XPen object can start and end a line.
Specifies how to join consecutive line or curve segments in a figure or subpath.
Specifies the order for matrix transform operations.
Specifies the direction of the y-axis.
Specifies whether smoothing (or antialiasing) is applied to lines and curves and the edges of filled areas.
Specifies the alignment of a text string relative to its layout rectangle.
Describes the simulation style of a font.
Defines the direction an elliptical arc is drawn.