Enumerates possible ways to add a surface placement of a feature on a scene view. More...
Enumerates possible ways to add a surface placement of a feature on a scene view.
The SurfacePlacement can be one of:
|SurfacePlacement::Draped (0)||The feature is draped on the surface. This value is deprecated since Esri::ArcGISRuntime 100.7. Use SurfacePlacement::DrapedBillboarded instead.|
|SurfacePlacement::DrapedBillboarded (0)||The feature is draped on the surface by ignoring the Z-Value. Symbols will always face the camera.|
|SurfacePlacement::Absolute (1)||The feature is placed at the elevation specified in meters above sea level.|
|SurfacePlacement::Relative (2)||The feature is placed at a height relative to the ground elevation.|
|SurfacePlacement::RelativeToScene (3)||The height (Z-Value) of the feature is relative to the scene altitude values. New value since 100.6.|
|SurfacePlacement::DrapedFlat (4)||The feature is draped to the surface by ignoring the Z-Value. Symbols will appear flat on the surface. New value since 100.7.|