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By using a "creation feedback" option which can be toggled off or on, users of interactive draw graphics systems can display width and height information of the figure being created.
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Display of Information During Geometric Figure Creation
By using a "creation feedback" option which can be toggled off or on, users of
interactive draw graphics systems can display width and height information of the
figure being created.
Users of interactive draw graphics systems, even those containing grids, may
desire a facility which supplies highly accurate width and height information for
circles, ellipses or regular polygons which are being created.
A "creation feedback" option is provided which allows for width and height
information to be conveyed to the user as the figure is being created. A mouse
may be used as the input device. The information furnished about the size of the
object, combined with the "rubber-banding" capabilities of the system, gives the
user the means to determine when the dimensions are precisely the size needed.
If the user no longer has a need for the information, or wishes an uncluttered
screen, the option is simply turned off and the information disappears from the