PolylineOptions Object


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The following polyline option properties can be used to create customized polylines.

Name Type Description
cursor string The css cursor to show when the polyline has mouse events on it. Default value is pointer (hand).
generalizable boolean Automatically generate and draw generalized polyline based on the zoom level to improve rendering performance. Default true
strokeColor string or Color The color of the polyline.
strokeDashArray string or number[] A string representing the stroke/gap sequence to use to draw the polyline. The string must be in the format S, G, S*, G*, where S represents the stroke length and G represents gap length. Stroke lengths and gap lengths can be separated by commas or spaces. For example, a stroke dash string of "1 4 2 1" would draw the polyline with a dash, four spaces, two dashes, one space, and then repeated.
strokeThickness number The thickness of the polyline.
visible boolean A boolean indicating whether to show or hide the polyline. A value of false indicates that the polyline is hidden, although it is still an entity on the map.