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The Star Drawing using Object Size property in Scada is a process of drawing stars on a map. In this process, an object is drawn as a star with the size of its radius depending on the distance from the center of the map. The star is then centered at that location and drawn with an appropriate scale. This process can be used to draw stars on any type of map.

A drawing star can be created by using any type of graph or chart. However, the most common use for the drawing stars is to draw bar charts. The software will generate a set of bars at one point in time, and these bars will then be drawn on an axis that has a different scale than the other two axes.

One of the most common tasks in Scada is adjusting the size of an object. In this case, we are talking about an object that is either too big or too small. This task can be done manually but it would take a lot of time and effort to adjust the size of the object in order to reach its desired goal.

A circle is drawn with the Object Size property set to 100px. The radius is then set to 50px, leaving a 50px diameter hole.

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