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ExtrusionMode Class

(Esri::ArcGISRuntime::ExtrusionMode)

Enumerates possible extrusion modes. More...

Since: Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.0

Detailed Description

Enumerates possible extrusion modes.

The ExtrusionMode can be one of:

ValueDescription
ExtrusionMode::None (0)No extrusion.
ExtrusionMode::Minimum (1)A z-value is calculated by adding the extrusion height to the minimum z-value of the feature, and the feature is extruded to a flat top at that value.
ExtrusionMode::Maximum (2)A z-value is calculated by adding the extrusion height to the maximum z-value of the feature, and the feature is extruded to a flat top at that value.
ExtrusionMode::AbsoluteHeight (3)The feature is extruded to the specified z-value as a flat top, regardless of the z-values of the feature.
ExtrusionMode::BaseHeight (4)A z-value is calculated for each vertex of the feature's base, and the feature is extruded to the various z-values. This is the only extrusion mode that doesn't have a flat top.

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