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This module processes the options for Image.compose/3.

Since x,y can be relative or absolution, can be symbolic or numeric and can even by a function this becomes more complex that it might initially seem

Summary

Types

When composing an image on a base image, these options drive how the composition proceeds.

t()

Image compoositions options

Types

@type composition_option() ::
  {:x, non_neg_integer() | nil | :left | :center | :right}
  | {:y, non_neg_integer() | nil | :top | :middle | :bottom}
  | {:dx, integer()}
  | {:dy, integer()}
  | {:blend_mode, Image.BlendMode.t()}
  | {:x_baseline, nil | :left | :center | :right}
  | {:y_baseline, nil | :top | :middle | :bottom}

When composing an image on a base image, these options drive how the composition proceeds.

  • :x describes the absolute x offset on the base image where this image will be placed. If this option is set to :left, :center or :right then the x position will be calculated relative to the base image. If :x is nil (the default) then the image will be placed according to the relative offset of the previously composed image using :dx.

  • :y describes the absolute y offset on the base image where this image will be placed. If this option is set to :top, :middle or :bottom then the y position will be calculated relative to the base image. If :y is nil (the default) then the image will be placed according to the relative offset of the previously composed image using :dy.

  • :dx describes the relative offset used to calculate the x value. :dx is an integer offset from the edge of the previously composed image. Which edge is determined by the :x_baseline option. If :x is also specified then :x is first calculated, then :dx is added to it. In this case, :x_baseline is ignored.

  • :dy describes the relative offset used to calculate the y value. :dy is an integer offset from the edge of the previously composed image. Which edge is determined by the :y_baseline option. If :y is also specified then :y is first calculated, then :dy is added to it. In this case, :x_baseline is ignored.

  • :blend_mode is the Image.BlendMode.t/0 used when composing this image over its base image. The default is :over which is appropriate for most use cases.

  • :x_baseline establishes the baseline on the previously composed image from which :dx is calculated. The default is :right.

  • :y_baseline establishes the baseline on the previously composed image from which :dy is calculated. The default is :bottom.

@type t() :: [composition_option()]

Image compoositions options

Functions

Link to this function

default_composit_options()

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