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Example 1
Project: wt-pdf-viewer   File:   Source Code and License Vote up 6 votes
public WTPdfViewerWidget() {
	Document document = Document.get();
	root = document.createDivElement();

	outerContainer = createChildDiv(document, root, "outerContainer");
	createSidebar(document, outerContainer);

	mainContainer = createChildDiv(document, outerContainer, "mainContainer");
	createFindBar(document, mainContainer);
	//the toolbar on the right that opens after click on double arrow on the right
	createSecondaryToolbar(document, mainContainer);
	createMainToolbar(document, mainContainer);

	loadingBar = createChildDiv_withId(document, mainContainer, "loadingBar");
	progress = createChildDiv_withId(document, loadingBar, "progress");

	createViewerContainer(document, mainContainer);
	printContainer = createChildDiv(document, root, "printContainer");


Example 2
Project: empiria.player   File:   Source Code and License Vote up 5 votes
 * Parsuje pojedynczy wezel xml-a i generuje reprezentacje w postaci widgeta. Widget jest dodawany do parentElement
 * @param currNode
 * @param parentElement
 * @return
protected parseNode(Node currNode, parentElement) {
    if (currNode.getNodeType() == Node.ELEMENT_NODE) {
        if (options.getIgnoredInlineTags().contains(currNode.getNodeName())) {
            return parentElement;
        } else if (modulesRegistrySocket.isModuleSupported(currNode.getNodeName()) && modulesRegistrySocket.isInlineModule(currNode.getNodeName())) {
            IModule module = modulesRegistrySocket.createModule((Element) currNode);
            if (module instanceof IInlineModule) {
                ((IInlineModule) module).initModule((Element) currNode, moduleSocket, eventsBus);
                Widget moduleView = ((IInlineModule) module).getView();
                if (moduleView != null) {
                if (module instanceof IInlineContainerModule) {
                    parenthood.pushParent((IInlineContainerModule) module);
                    parseElementNode(currNode, parentElement);
        } else {
            parseElementNode(currNode, parentElement);
    } else if (currNode.getNodeType() == Node.TEXT_NODE) {
        Document doc = Document.get(); span = doc.createSpanElement();
    return parentElement;
Example 3
Project: gwt-promptly   File:   Source Code and License Vote up 5 votes
public void onModuleLoad() {
	final String linkTxt = Resources.INSTANCE.linkTxt().getText();
	final Document document = Document.get();
	HeadElement headElement = document.getHead();
	if (headElement == null) {
		headElement = document.createHeadElement();
	LinkElement linkElement = document.createLinkElement();
Example 4
Project: appinventor-extensions   File:   Source Code and License Vote up 4 votes
private static int getVerticalScrollbarWidth() {
  // We only calculate the vertical scroll bar width once, then we store it in the static field
  // verticalScrollbarWidth. If the field is non-zero, we don't need to calculate it again.
  if (verticalScrollbarWidth == 0) {
    // The following code will calculate (on the fly) the width of a vertical scroll bar.
    // We'll create two divs, one inside the other and add the outer div to the document body,
    // but off-screen where the user won't see it.
    // We'll measure the width of the inner div twice: (first) when the outer div's vertical
    // scrollbar is hidden and (second) when the outer div's vertical scrollbar is visible.
    // The width of inner div will be smaller when outer div's vertical scrollbar is visible.
    // By subtracting the two measurements, we can calculate the width of the vertical scrollbar.

    // I used code from the following websites as reference material:

    Document document = Document.get();

    // Create an outer div.
    DivElement outerDiv = document.createDivElement();
    Style outerDivStyle = outerDiv.getStyle();
    // Use absolute positioning and set the top/left so that it is off-screen.
    // We don't want the user to see anything while we do this calculation.
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("position", "absolute");
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("top", "-1000px");
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("left", "-1000px");
    // Set the width and height of the outer div to a fixed size in pixels.
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("width", "100px");
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("height", "50px");
    // Hide the outer div's scrollbar by setting the "overflow" property to "hidden".
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("overflow", "hidden");

    // Create an inner div and put it inside the outer div.
    DivElement innerDiv = document.createDivElement();
    Style innerDivStyle = innerDiv.getStyle();
    // Set the height of the inner div to be 4 times the height of the outer div so that a
    // vertical scrollbar will be necessary (but hidden for now) on the outer div.
    innerDivStyle.setProperty("height", "200px");

    // Temporarily add the outer div to the document body. It's off-screen so the user won't
    // actually see anything.
    Element bodyElement = document.getElementsByTagName("body").getItem(0);

    // Get the width of the inner div while the outer div's vertical scrollbar is hidden.
    int widthWithoutScrollbar = innerDiv.getOffsetWidth();
    // Show the outer div's vertical scrollbar by setting the "overflow" property to "auto".
    outerDivStyle.setProperty("overflow", "auto");
    // Now, get the width of the inner div while the vertical scrollbar is visible.
    int widthWithScrollbar = innerDiv.getOffsetWidth();

    // Remove the outer div from the document body.

    // Calculate the width of the vertical scrollbar by subtracting the two widths.
    verticalScrollbarWidth = widthWithoutScrollbar - widthWithScrollbar;

  return verticalScrollbarWidth;
Example 5
Project: essence   File:   Source Code and License Vote up 4 votes
public void setBrowserWindowTitle (String newTitle) {
	if (Document.get() != null) {
		Document.get().setTitle (newTitle);