Since F2 use html5 canvas as its renderer, all charts drawn support the attributes of the canvas. This chapter lists commonly used properties, see Canvas Attributes for more details.
the color or style to use inside shapes, can be a color string, aCanvasGradient object (a linear or radial gradient) or a CanvasPattern object (a repetitive image).
same as fill
the color or style to use for the lines around shapes, can be a color string, a CanvasGradient object (a linear or radial gradient) or a CanvasPattern object (a repetitive image).
same as stroke
the color of the shadow.
the level of the blurring effect; this value doesn't correspond to a number of pixels and is not affected by the current transformation matrix. The default value is 0. Negative, Infinity or NaN values are ignored.
the distance that the shadow will be offset in horizontal distance.The default value is 0. Infinity or NaN values are ignored.
the distance that the shadow will be offset in vertical distance. The default value is 0. Infinity or NaN values are ignored.
the alpha value that is applied to shapes and images before they are drawn onto the canvas. The value is in the range from 0.0 (fully transparent) to 1.0 (fully opaque).Values outside the range, including Infinity and NaN will not be set and globalAlpha will retain its previous value.
same as opacity.
sets the type of compositing operation to apply when drawing new shapes, where type is a string identifying which of the compositing or blending mode operations to use. See MDN.
For the convenience of users, F2 provides support for two types of gradient color:
stroke:'l(90) 0:#ffffff 0.5:#7ec2f3 1:#1890ff'
fill:'r(0.5,0.5,0.1) 0:#ffffff 1:#1890ff'
determines how the end points of every line are drawn. There are three possible values for this property and those are: butt, round and square. By default this property is set to butt. See MDN.
determines how two connecting segments (of lines, arcs or curves) with non-zero lengths in a shape are joined together (degenerate segments with zero lengths, whose specified endpoints and control points are exactly at the same position, are skipped). See MDN.
sets the thickness of lines in space units. When getting, it returns the current value (1.0 by default). When setting, zero, negative, Infinity and NaN values are ignored; otherwise the current value is set to the new value. See MDN.
sets the miter limit ratio in space units. When getting, it returns the current value (10.0 by default). When setting, zero, negative, Infinity and NaN values are ignored; otherwise the current value is set to the new value. See MDN.
An Array of numbers which specify distances to alternately draw a line and a gap (in coordinate space units). If the number of elements in the array is odd, the elements of the array get copied and concatenated. For example, [5, 15, 25] will become [5, 15, 25, 5, 15, 25]. If the array is empty, the line dash list is cleared and line strokes return to being solid.
specifies the horizontal alignment of text in an element. The value can be set same as css property text-align.
sets the vertical alignment of an element. The value can be set same as css property vertical-align.
specifies the font style for text. The value can be set same as css property font-style.
specifies the font size of text. The value can be set same as css property font-size.
specifies the font family for text.The value can be set same as css property font-family.
specifies the weight of a font. The value can be set same as css property font-weight.
specifies whether or not a text should be displayed in a small-caps font. The value can be set same as css property font-variant.
specifies the height of a line. The value can be set same as css property line-height.
rotation angle for text, should be a radian value.