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| face || Sets the text's face.  || See [[SigServer:Fonts|font list]] for all font's with recommended size || verdana
 
| face || Sets the text's face.  || See [[SigServer:Fonts|font list]] for all font's with recommended size || verdana

Latest revision as of 17:45, 10 November 2017

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Root Element

Each signature is required to have a root element, <signature> in this case. The root tag accepts the attribute quality. It set's the quality when output as JPEG is selected. It may be set to anything between 0 - 100, default 90.

Example

<signature quality="90">
</signature>

The root element has two child elements, <defaults> and <layout>.

Defaults

Inside this element you may override an element's default value.

To override default element values the <defaults> tag is used. Inside the <defaults> tag elements are defined as usual.

Example

<signature>
    <defaults>
        <text color="#ff0000" />
        <shape type="rectangle" color="#0000ff" />
    </defaults>
</signature>

This sets the texts' default color to red and the rectangles' to blue.

User defined variables

New way of setting user variables available. Old way deprecated.

Layout

All text, shapes and images are controlled by sub elements to <layout>.

Please note that all items are added sequentially in the order listed in your signature's XML code. For example, if you draw some text first in your code, and then draw an opaque rectangle in that same location later on in your code, the rectangle will be drawn over top of that text, so only the rectangle will be visible. Make sure you draw your bottommost layers first to avoid that kind of problem.

Image

The <image> tag allows the user to include an image, chosen from the collection in the library section.

Attribute Description Values Default
src Sets which image that should be included. Can't be used together with attribute anime. Any title available in the library none
anime Includes the image of the ID provided. Can't be used together with attribute src. Any Anime ID none
position Sets the included image's position. (X and Y must be integers) x-posxy-pos 0x0
size Sets the included image's size. (width and height must be integers) widthxheight Image's own size
display Sets whether the image is visible or not. true or false true
method Sets resizing method. Crop cuts of excess parts. Resize scales the image to fit given size. Cropresize resizes then crops and maintains aspect ratio. crop, resize or cropresize cropresize
restricted Display restricted images, i.e. explicit images a.k.a. hentai. true or false false

Shape

Attribute Description Values Default
type Defines the type of shape. rectangle, ellipse, pie, arc or line none
position Sets the shape's position. (X and Y must be integers) x-posxy-pos 0x0
size Sets the shape's size. (width and height must be integers) widthxheight 10x10
color Sets the shape's colour. #<hex> or R, G, B #000000
alpha Sets the shape's opacity. Doesn't work very well with ellipses (must be an integer) 1-100 100
hollow Sets whether the shape should be hollow or not. true or false false
thickness Sets the border's thickness. Works on lines and hollow shapes. (must be an integer) 1-10 1
display Sets whether the shape is visible or not. true or false true
angle (pie and arc only) Sets the pie's/arc's start and end angle in degrees (only positive angles and they must be integers) stop or start-end; 0-720 0-90

Text

Attribute Description Values Default
position Sets the text's position. Relative to the bottom left corner, if nothing else is set in the align attribute. (X and Y must be integers) x-posxy-pos 0x0
size Sets the text's size. (width and height must be integers) widthxheight 10x10
color Sets the text's colour. #<hex> or R, G, B #000000
alpha Sets the text's opacity. (must be an integer) 1-100 100
align Sets the text's alignment. Note that the vertical alignment currently only considers the positioning of the first line. Any combination of bottom, middle, top and left, center, right with a dash in between bottom-left
face Sets the text's face. See font list for all font's with recommended size verdana
angle Sets the text's angle. (must be an integer) 0-359 0
line-space Sets the spacing between the lines. number 1.5
thickness Sets the border's thickness. Works on lines and hollow shapes. (must be an integer) 1-10 1
display Sets whether the text is visible or not. true or false true

Line

Attribute Description Values Default
Same as Text except no 'position' or 'align' attribute.