The RhinoPageView type exposes the following members.
The ActiveViewport is the same as the MainViewport for standard RhinoViews. In a RhinoPageView, the active viewport may be the RhinoViewport of a child detail object. Most of the time, you will use ActiveViewport unless you explicitly need to work with the main viewport.(Overrides RhinoViewActiveViewport.)
Returns viewport ID for the active viewport. Faster than ActiveViewport function when working with page views.(Overrides RhinoViewActiveViewportID.)
Gets or sets the size and location of the view including its nonclient elements, in pixels, relative to the parent control.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
Gets the rectangle that represents the client area of the view.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
|Document||(Inherited from RhinoView.)|
Floating state of RhinoView. if true, then the view will be in a floating frame window. Otherwise the view will be embeded in the main frame.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
Gets the window handle that this view is bound to.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
A RhinoView contains a "main viewport" that fills the entire view client window. RhinoPageViews may also contain nested child RhinoViewports for implementing detail viewports. The MainViewport will always return this RhinoView's m_vp.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
|Maximized||(Inherited from RhinoView.)|
Height of the page in the document's PageUnitSystem
true if the page is active instead of any detail views. This occurs when the MainViewport.Id == ActiveViewportID.
Same as the MainViewport.Name.
Gets or sets the runtime page number and updates the page number for all of the other pages. The first page has a value of 0
Width of the page in the document's PageUnitSystem
Gets the rectangle that represents the client area of the view in screen coordinates.(Inherited from RhinoView.)
Visibility of the viewport title window.(Inherited from RhinoView.)