Documents for PDF .NET Edition
GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf Assembly / GrapeCity.Documents.Pdf.Text Namespace / FontDescriptor Class
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    FontDescriptor Class Members
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    The following tables list the members exposed by FontDescriptor.

    Public Properties
     NameDescription
    Public PropertyGets the maximum height above the baseline reached by glyphs in this font, excluding the height of glyphs for accented characters.  
    Public PropertyGets the average width of glyphs in the font.  
    Public PropertyGets the vertical coordinate of the top of flat capital letters, measured from the baseline.  
    Public PropertyGets the maximum depth below the baseline reached by glyphs in this font. The value is a negative number.  
    Public PropertyGets the flags defining various characteristics of the font.  
    Public PropertyGets a rectangle expressed in the glyph coordinate system, specifying the font bounding box. This is the smallest rectangle enclosing the shape that would result if all of the glyphs of the font were placed with their origins coincident and then filled.  
    Public PropertyGets the preferred font family name. For example, for the font Times Bold Italic, the FontFamily is Times.  
    Public PropertyGets the font stretch value.  
    Public PropertyGets the weight (thickness) component of the fully-qualified font name or font specifier.  
    Public PropertyGets the angle, expressed in degrees counterclockwise from the vertical, of the dominant vertical strokes of the font.  
    Public PropertyGets the spacing between baselines of consecutive lines of text.  
    Public PropertyGets the maximum width of glyphs in the font.  
    Public PropertyGets the thickness, measured vertically, of the dominant horizontal stems of glyphs in the font.  
    Public PropertyGets the thickness, measured horizontally, of the dominant vertical stems of glyphs in the font.  
    Public PropertyGets the font’s x height: the vertical coordinate of the top of flat nonascending lowercase letters (like the letter x), measured from the baseline, in fonts that have Latin characters.  
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