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Eclipse Draw2d
3.3

org.eclipse.draw2d
Class SimpleEtchedBorder

java.lang.Object
  extended by

org.eclipse.draw2d.AbstractBorder
      extended by

org.eclipse.draw2d.SchemeBorder
          extended by
org.eclipse.draw2d.SimpleEtchedBorder
All Implemented Interfaces:
Border, ColorConstants

public final class SimpleEtchedBorder
extends SchemeBorder

Provides a two pixel wide constant sized border, having an etched look.


Nested Class Summary
 
Nested classes inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. SchemeBorder
SchemeBorder.Scheme, SchemeBorder.SCHEMES
 
Nested classes inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. ColorConstants
ColorConstants.SystemColorFactory
 
Field Summary
protected static  Insets INSETS
          The insets
static  Border singleton
          The singleton instance of this class
 
Fields inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. SchemeBorder
DARKER_LIGHTER, DARKEST_DARKER, LIGHTER_DARKER, scheme
 
Fields inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. AbstractBorder
tempRect
 
Fields inherited from interface org.eclipse.draw2d. ColorConstants
black, blue, button, buttonDarker, buttonDarkest, buttonLightest, cyan, darkBlue, darkGray, darkGreen, gray, green, lightBlue, lightGray, lightGreen, listBackground, listForeground, menuBackground, menuBackgroundSelected, menuForeground, menuForegroundSelected, orange, red, titleBackground, titleForeground, titleGradient, titleInactiveBackground, titleInactiveForeground, titleInactiveGradient, tooltipBackground, tooltipForeground, white, yellow
 
Constructor Summary
protected SimpleEtchedBorder ()
          Constructs a default border having a two pixel wide border.
 
Method Summary
  Insets getInsets ( IFigure figure)
          Returns the Insets used by this border.
 boolean isOpaque ()
          Returns the opaque state of this border.
 void paint ( IFigure figure, Graphics g, Insets insets)
          Paints the border.
 
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. SchemeBorder
getScheme, paint, setScheme
 
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.draw2d. AbstractBorder
getPaintRectangle, getPreferredSize
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

singleton

public static final 
Border singleton
The singleton instance of this class


INSETS

protected static final 
Insets INSETS
The insets

Constructor Detail

SimpleEtchedBorder

protected SimpleEtchedBorder()
Constructs a default border having a two pixel wide border.

Since:
2.0
Method Detail

getInsets

public 
Insets getInsets(
IFigure figure)
Returns the Insets used by this border. This is a constant value of two pixels in each direction.

Specified by:
getInsets in interface Border
Overrides:
getInsets in class SchemeBorder
See Also:
Border.getInsets(IFigure)

isOpaque

public boolean isOpaque()
Returns the opaque state of this border. This border is opaque and takes responsibility to fill the region it encloses.

Specified by:
isOpaque in interface Border
Overrides:
isOpaque in class SchemeBorder
See Also:
Border.isOpaque()

paint

public void paint(
IFigure figure,
                  
Graphics g,
                  
Insets insets)
Description copied from interface: Border
Paints the border. The border should paint inside figure's IFigure.getBounds(), inset by the parameter insets. The border generally should not paint inside its own insets. More specifically, Border b should paint inside the rectangle: figure.getBounds().getCropped(insets) and outside of the rectangle: figure.getBounds().getCropped(insets).getCropped(getInsets()) where inside is defined as Rectangle.contains(int, int).

Specified by:
paint in interface Border
Overrides:
paint in class SchemeBorder
See Also:
Border.paint(IFigure, Graphics, Insets)

Eclipse Draw2d
3.3

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