Effects > Frame > Meander
In art and architecture, a meander is a decorative border constructed from a continuous line, shaped into a repeated motif. The name 'meander' recalls the twisting and turning path of the Meander River. Meanders are common decorative elements in Greek art and Roman art. They appear on many friezes and at the top of some porticos. Meanders were among the most important symbols in ancient Greece. They, perhaps, symbolized infinity and unity. Many ancient Greek temples incorporated the sign of the meander. The design is common in present-day architecture as a neoclassical element.
1. Do one of the following:
 Choose Effects > Frame > Meander
 Click the Meander button on the toolbar
2. Use the following options:
This option allows you to adjust how many times the meander is repeated in the pattern.

Min = 3, Max = 100, Default = 8.
This option allows you to adjust the number of turns in the pattern. A meander is essentially a double spiral. More complicated versions of a meander have more turns.

Min = 0, Max = 5, Default = 4.
Use this option to swap the foreground and background color.
This option allows you to draw a double border around the image.
Use this option to adjust color1.
This option allows you to adjust color2.
This option allows you to adjust color3.
This option allows you to adjust color4.
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