Once you draw shapes using the drawing tools in Vision, it's possible to alter and edit shapes after they've been created. By default, all shapes have a white fill color. Editing the paths of your vector graphic shapes is done by using the Path tool. Simply select any shape or line while the Path tool is active to start editing. If the shape is already a path, you can switch to the Path tool by double-clicking on the shape.
You can convert any shape into a general path by selecting the To Path Image Modified function under the Shape menu. Shapes will also implicitly turn into paths if they are altered in a way not supported by the underlying shape. For example, if you stretch a rotated rectangle, thereby skewing it into a parallelogram, it will become a path automatically.
Editing a Shape Path
Each point on the path is represented by a diamond-shaped handle when the path editor is active. These handles can be dragged to move them around. They can also be selected by clicking on them or dragging a selection rectangle to select multiple points. This allows groups of points to be altered simultaneously.
To change a line segment between open, straight, and curved, select the Path tool and use the toolbar functions that become visible. Points can also be added and removed using the functions on the Path Editor toolbar.
Filling a Shape
Filled shapes have two fill settings that control whether or not holes in the shape should be filled. To remove the fill entirely, simply set the Fill Paint property in the Property Editor to No Paint .