Modify 3D Rotation Cell Values in the ShapesheetMicrosoft Visio application offers many of the formatting options used in other Office applications to your diagrams. Users can apply gradients, shadows, 3-D effects, rotations and more to Visio shapes. Developers can achieve the same features with Aspose.Diagram for .NET API in the .NET applications. In the recent version 17.5, a ThreeDFormat member is added in the Shape class which allows developers to retrieve and modify 3D rotation cell values in the shapesheet. This help topic shows how to set 3D rotation cell values in the shapesheet: 3D Rotation Effects in a Visio Drawing
Besides this, the mechanism of storing and retrieving SolutionXML elements from the Visio drawings has been improved because in various cases a simple open and save procedure was removing SolutionXML elements. The recent version also comprises a series of bug fixes. In general, it improves export of the VDX to SVG, open and save procedure of VSDM drawings, layout structure of connectors and an accurate calculation of the shape position in the drawing.
Public API ChangesThe following API changes in the new version are also worth noticing:
- Aspose.Diagram.ThreeDFormat class has been added. It helps in retrieving and modifying 3D rotation cell values in the shapesheet.
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