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A quick search in my own reference data for 'arrowhead' shows CS4 has an enumeration ArrowHead, which can be applied as properties to Button.leftLineEnd, Button.rightLineEnd, ChangeObjectPreference.leftLineEnd, ChangeObjectPreference.rightLineEnd, FindObjectPreference.leftLineEnd, FindObjectPreference.rightLineEnd, FormField.leftLineEnd, FormField.rightLineEnd, GraphicLine.leftLineEnd, GraphicLine.rightLineEnd, Group.leftLineEnd, Group.rightLineEnd, ObjectStyle.leftLineEnd, ObjectStyle.rightLineEnd, Oval.leftLineEnd, Oval.rightLineEnd, PageItem.leftLineEnd, PageItem.rightLineEnd, PageItemDefault.leftLineEnd, PageItemDefault.rightLineEnd, Polygon.leftLineEnd, Polygon.rightLineEnd, Rectangle.leftLineEnd, Rectangle.rightLineEnd, TextFrame.leftLineEnd and TextFrame.rightLineEnd.
Sounds like it
possible. Perhaps you confused "Stroke" (which is not an object) for "GraphicLine" (which is).
That's it -- perfect! Thank you so much, I was about to throw in the towel -- Jeremy
My current reference of choice is JS CS4 Help for Windows, the CHM (Windows Help format) version of my ESTK2-to-HTML files. It opens very fast, has all hyperlinks of the original ESTK2 files
my added set of "relations" between objects, and has a Free Text Search.
Me, I cannot do anymore without.
Thank you, that is very helpful, and I'll use it in future. My problem was solved with this:
myObjectStyle.leftLineEnd = 1650553442;
(I had spent ages looking for something like "ObjectStyle.strokeStart...", which of course doesn't exist. I am still at a beginner-intermediate level in scripting.)
Thanks again - Jeremy