Source code for

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

from import Position as ShapePosition
from ooodev.utils.kind.shape_base_point_kind import ShapeBasePointKind

    from ooodev.units.unit_obj import UnitT

[docs]class Position(ShapePosition): """ Shape Position .. seealso:: - :ref:`help_draw_format_direct_shape_position_size_position_size_position` .. versionadded:: 0.17.3 """
[docs] def __init__( self, pos_x: float | UnitT, pos_y: float | UnitT, base_point: ShapeBasePointKind = ShapeBasePointKind.TOP_LEFT, ) -> None: """ Constructor Args: pos_x (float | UnitT): Specifies the x-coordinate of the position of the shape (in ``mm`` units) or :ref:`proto_unit_obj`. pos_y (float | UnitT): Specifies the y-coordinate of the position of the shape (in ``mm`` units) or :ref:`proto_unit_obj`. base_point (ShapeBasePointKind): Specifies the base point of the shape used to calculate the X and Y coordinates. Default is ``TOP_LEFT``. Returns: None: Note: ``pos_x`` and ``pos_y`` are the coordinates of the shape inside the draw page borders. This is the same behavior as the dialog box. If the draw page has a border of 10mm and the shape is positioned at 0mm,0mm in the dialog box then the shape is actually at 10mm,10mm relative to the draw page document. See Also: - :ref:`help_draw_format_direct_shape_position_size_position_size_position` """ super().__init__(pos_x=pos_x, pos_y=pos_y, base_point=base_point)