This Specification Macro Task will add transparent padding to an image.
|Title||Changes the Title (not the name) of the Task.|
|Source||The Full File Path and Name of the Source file to use.|
|Destination||The Full File Path and Name of the image file to create, including its extension.|
|Constant Name||The name of the Constant used to report on the success of the Task.|
|Overwrite||TRUE to overwrite the destination file, otherwise FALSE.|
|Width||The new width of the image in pixels.|
|Height||The new height of the image in pixels.|
|Left Point||The left value of the insertion point.|
|Top Point||The top value of the insertion point.|
When this Task is added the properties are static. To be able to build rules on a static properties see How To: Change A Static Property To A Dynamic Property.
|Property Name||Example Rule||Example Result||Meaning|
|Source||"C:\MyDocuments\Content\Images\WorldGraphic.png"||C:\MyDocuments\Content\Images\WorldGraphic.png||This is the Full File Path and Name including extension to the source file to use.|
|Destination||FsGetFullPath("<Specification>\PaddedWorldGraphic.png")||C:\MyDocuments\Projects\Specifications\Spec 9999\PaddedWorldGraphic.png||This is the location where the new file will be created.|
|Constant Name||"DWConstantReport"||DWConstantReport||This is the name of the Constant that the task will report to.|
|Overwrite||TRUE||TRUE||TRUE will overwrite the file if it exists FALSE will not.|
|Width||1000||1000||The new image created will be 1000 pixels in width. This includes the image to use and the added in Transparent Padding.|
|Height||600||600||The new image created will be 600 pixels in width. This includes the image to use and the added in Transparent Padding.|
|Left Point||0||0||This is the value in pixels from the left side that the source image will be inserted. 0 would place the source image on the far left side of the new image.|
|Top Point||0||0||This is the value in pixels from the Top that the source image will be inserted. 0 would place the image directly at the top of the new image.|
This is the source image that will be used.
Here is an example of what will be produced. The hashed area represents the Transparent Padding that will be added to the created image.