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    How do I create a diagonal cross symbol using arcgis wpf api? I saw the samples for custom symbols with backward/forward diagonal but not diagonal cross or cross symbol.

    Thanks!

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    You could use an ImageBrush set to tiled for fill, and have a "diamond" or "X" in the image. When this gets tiled, it will look like a crosshatch.
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    Default Re: how to create a diagonal cross symbol

    Quote Originally Posted by SharpGIS View Post
    You could use an ImageBrush set to tiled for fill, and have a "diamond" or "X" in the image. When this gets tiled, it will look like a crosshatch.
    Thanks for the suggestion, but I try to avoid using images.
    Arcgis desktop api does provide a way to draw cross or diagonal cross. I was wondering if arcgis wpf provides that as well.

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    Default Re: how to create a diagonal cross symbol

    Quote Originally Posted by bbthao View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion, but I try to avoid using images.
    Arcgis desktop api does provide a way to draw cross or diagonal cross. I was wondering if arcgis wpf provides that as well.
    I'm looking for a map Symbol object that can take in a hatch style or a HatchBrush. This will allow me to draw cross/diagonal cross. This was what arcgis desktop 9.3 api provided. I'm looking for the similar class in arcgis wpf.

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