Java Code Examples for java.awt.geom.AffineTransform#inverseTransform()

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Example 1
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 5
Point getPixelPos(Product product, MouseEvent event) {
    final Point2D mp = toModelPoint(event);
    final Point2D ip;
    if (product.getSceneGeoCoding() != null) {
        AffineTransform transform = Product.findImageToModelTransform(product.getSceneGeoCoding());
        try {
            ip = transform.inverseTransform(mp, null);
        } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
            Dialogs.showError(DIALOG_TITLE, "A geographic transformation problem occurred:\n" + e.getMessage());
            return null;
        }
    } else {
        ip = mp;
    }

    final int pixelX = (int) ip.getX();
    final int pixelY = (int) ip.getY();
    if (pixelX < 0
            || pixelY < 0
            || pixelX >= product.getSceneRasterWidth()
            || pixelY >= product.getSceneRasterHeight()) {
        return null;
    }

    return new Point(pixelX, pixelY);
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * !!! not used currently, but might be by getPixelbounds?
 */
public void pixellate(FontRenderContext renderFRC, Point2D loc, Point pxResult) {
    if (renderFRC == null) {
        renderFRC = frc;
    }

    // it is a total pain that you have to copy the transform.

    AffineTransform at = renderFRC.getTransform();
    at.transform(loc, loc);
    pxResult.x = (int)loc.getX(); // but must not behave oddly around zero
    pxResult.y = (int)loc.getY();
    loc.setLocation(pxResult.x, pxResult.y);
    try {
        at.inverseTransform(loc, loc);
    }
    catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("must be able to invert frc transform");
    }
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: hottub   File: FontPanel.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void modeSpecificDrawChar( Graphics2D g2, int charCode,
                                  int baseX, int baseY ) {
    GlyphVector gv;
    int oneGlyph[] = { charCode };
    char charArray[] = Character.toChars( charCode );

    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    AffineTransform oldTX = g2.getTransform();

    /// Create GlyphVector to measure the exact visual advance
    /// Using that number, adjust the position of the character drawn
    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    else
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, charArray );
    Rectangle2D r2d2 = gv.getPixelBounds(frc, 0, 0);
    int shiftedX = baseX;
    // getPixelBounds returns a result in device space.
    // we need to convert back to user space to be able to
    // calculate the shift as baseX is in user space.
    try {
         double pt[] = new double[4];
         pt[0] = r2d2.getX();
         pt[1] = r2d2.getY();
         pt[2] = r2d2.getX()+r2d2.getWidth();
         pt[3] = r2d2.getY()+r2d2.getHeight();
         oldTX.inverseTransform(pt,0,pt,0,2);
         shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( pt[2] / 2 + pt[0] );
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
    }

    /// ABP - keep track of old tform, restore it later

    g2.translate( shiftedX, baseY );
    g2.transform( getAffineTransform( g2Transform ) );

    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
    else {
        if ( testFont.canDisplay( charCode ))
          g2.setColor( Color.black );
        else {
          g2.setColor( Color.lightGray );
        }

        switch ( drawMethod ) {
          case DRAW_STRING:
            g2.drawString( new String( charArray ), 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_CHARS:
            g2.drawChars( charArray, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_BYTES:
            if ( charCode > 0xff )
              throw new CannotDrawException( DRAW_BYTES_ERROR );
            byte oneByte[] = { (byte) charCode };
            g2.drawBytes( oneByte, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_GLYPHV:
            g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case TL_DRAW:
            TextLayout tl = new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont, frc );
            tl.draw( g2, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case GV_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            g2.draw( gv.getOutline( 0f, 0f ));
            break;
          case TL_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            TextLayout tlo =
              new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont,
                              g2.getFontRenderContext() );
            g2.draw( tlo.getOutline( null ));
        }
    }

    /// ABP - restore old tform
    g2.setTransform ( oldTX );
}
 
Example 9
public void modeSpecificDrawChar( Graphics2D g2, int charCode,
                                  int baseX, int baseY ) {
    GlyphVector gv;
    int oneGlyph[] = { charCode };
    char charArray[] = Character.toChars( charCode );

    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    AffineTransform oldTX = g2.getTransform();

    /// Create GlyphVector to measure the exact visual advance
    /// Using that number, adjust the position of the character drawn
    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    else
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, charArray );
    Rectangle2D r2d2 = gv.getPixelBounds(frc, 0, 0);
    int shiftedX = baseX;
    // getPixelBounds returns a result in device space.
    // we need to convert back to user space to be able to
    // calculate the shift as baseX is in user space.
    try {
         double pt[] = new double[4];
         pt[0] = r2d2.getX();
         pt[1] = r2d2.getY();
         pt[2] = r2d2.getX()+r2d2.getWidth();
         pt[3] = r2d2.getY()+r2d2.getHeight();
         oldTX.inverseTransform(pt,0,pt,0,2);
         shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( pt[2] / 2 + pt[0] );
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
    }

    /// ABP - keep track of old tform, restore it later

    g2.translate( shiftedX, baseY );
    g2.transform( getAffineTransform( g2Transform ) );

    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
    else {
        if ( testFont.canDisplay( charCode ))
          g2.setColor( Color.black );
        else {
          g2.setColor( Color.lightGray );
        }

        switch ( drawMethod ) {
          case DRAW_STRING:
            g2.drawString( new String( charArray ), 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_CHARS:
            g2.drawChars( charArray, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_BYTES:
            if ( charCode > 0xff )
              throw new CannotDrawException( DRAW_BYTES_ERROR );
            byte oneByte[] = { (byte) charCode };
            g2.drawBytes( oneByte, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_GLYPHV:
            g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case TL_DRAW:
            TextLayout tl = new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont, frc );
            tl.draw( g2, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case GV_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            g2.draw( gv.getOutline( 0f, 0f ));
            break;
          case TL_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            TextLayout tlo =
              new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont,
                              g2.getFontRenderContext() );
            g2.draw( tlo.getOutline( null ));
        }
    }

    /// ABP - restore old tform
    g2.setTransform ( oldTX );
}
 
Example 10
public void modeSpecificDrawChar( Graphics2D g2, int charCode,
                                  int baseX, int baseY ) {
    GlyphVector gv;
    int oneGlyph[] = { charCode };
    char charArray[] = Character.toChars( charCode );

    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    AffineTransform oldTX = g2.getTransform();

    /// Create GlyphVector to measure the exact visual advance
    /// Using that number, adjust the position of the character drawn
    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    else
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, charArray );
    Rectangle2D r2d2 = gv.getPixelBounds(frc, 0, 0);
    int shiftedX = baseX;
    // getPixelBounds returns a result in device space.
    // we need to convert back to user space to be able to
    // calculate the shift as baseX is in user space.
    try {
         double pt[] = new double[4];
         pt[0] = r2d2.getX();
         pt[1] = r2d2.getY();
         pt[2] = r2d2.getX()+r2d2.getWidth();
         pt[3] = r2d2.getY()+r2d2.getHeight();
         oldTX.inverseTransform(pt,0,pt,0,2);
         shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( pt[2] / 2 + pt[0] );
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
    }

    /// ABP - keep track of old tform, restore it later

    g2.translate( shiftedX, baseY );
    g2.transform( getAffineTransform( g2Transform ) );

    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
    else {
        if ( testFont.canDisplay( charCode ))
          g2.setColor( Color.black );
        else {
          g2.setColor( Color.lightGray );
        }

        switch ( drawMethod ) {
          case DRAW_STRING:
            g2.drawString( new String( charArray ), 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_CHARS:
            g2.drawChars( charArray, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_BYTES:
            if ( charCode > 0xff )
              throw new CannotDrawException( DRAW_BYTES_ERROR );
            byte oneByte[] = { (byte) charCode };
            g2.drawBytes( oneByte, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_GLYPHV:
            g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case TL_DRAW:
            TextLayout tl = new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont, frc );
            tl.draw( g2, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case GV_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            g2.draw( gv.getOutline( 0f, 0f ));
            break;
          case TL_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            TextLayout tlo =
              new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont,
                              g2.getFontRenderContext() );
            g2.draw( tlo.getOutline( null ));
        }
    }

    /// ABP - restore old tform
    g2.setTransform ( oldTX );
}
 
Example 11
public void modeSpecificDrawChar( Graphics2D g2, int charCode,
                                  int baseX, int baseY ) {
    GlyphVector gv;
    int oneGlyph[] = { charCode };
    char charArray[] = Character.toChars( charCode );

    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    AffineTransform oldTX = g2.getTransform();

    /// Create GlyphVector to measure the exact visual advance
    /// Using that number, adjust the position of the character drawn
    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    else
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, charArray );
    Rectangle2D r2d2 = gv.getPixelBounds(frc, 0, 0);
    int shiftedX = baseX;
    // getPixelBounds returns a result in device space.
    // we need to convert back to user space to be able to
    // calculate the shift as baseX is in user space.
    try {
         double pt[] = new double[4];
         pt[0] = r2d2.getX();
         pt[1] = r2d2.getY();
         pt[2] = r2d2.getX()+r2d2.getWidth();
         pt[3] = r2d2.getY()+r2d2.getHeight();
         oldTX.inverseTransform(pt,0,pt,0,2);
         shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( pt[2] / 2 + pt[0] );
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
    }

    /// ABP - keep track of old tform, restore it later

    g2.translate( shiftedX, baseY );
    g2.transform( getAffineTransform( g2Transform ) );

    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
    else {
        if ( testFont.canDisplay( charCode ))
          g2.setColor( Color.black );
        else {
          g2.setColor( Color.lightGray );
        }

        switch ( drawMethod ) {
          case DRAW_STRING:
            g2.drawString( new String( charArray ), 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_CHARS:
            g2.drawChars( charArray, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_BYTES:
            if ( charCode > 0xff )
              throw new CannotDrawException( DRAW_BYTES_ERROR );
            byte oneByte[] = { (byte) charCode };
            g2.drawBytes( oneByte, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_GLYPHV:
            g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case TL_DRAW:
            TextLayout tl = new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont, frc );
            tl.draw( g2, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case GV_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            g2.draw( gv.getOutline( 0f, 0f ));
            break;
          case TL_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            TextLayout tlo =
              new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont,
                              g2.getFontRenderContext() );
            g2.draw( tlo.getOutline( null ));
        }
    }

    /// ABP - restore old tform
    g2.setTransform ( oldTX );
}
 
Example 12
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 14
Source Project: jdk8u60   File: FontPanel.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void modeSpecificDrawChar( Graphics2D g2, int charCode,
                                  int baseX, int baseY ) {
    GlyphVector gv;
    int oneGlyph[] = { charCode };
    char charArray[] = Character.toChars( charCode );

    FontRenderContext frc = g2.getFontRenderContext();
    AffineTransform oldTX = g2.getTransform();

    /// Create GlyphVector to measure the exact visual advance
    /// Using that number, adjust the position of the character drawn
    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, oneGlyph );
    else
      gv = testFont.createGlyphVector( frc, charArray );
    Rectangle2D r2d2 = gv.getPixelBounds(frc, 0, 0);
    int shiftedX = baseX;
    // getPixelBounds returns a result in device space.
    // we need to convert back to user space to be able to
    // calculate the shift as baseX is in user space.
    try {
         double pt[] = new double[4];
         pt[0] = r2d2.getX();
         pt[1] = r2d2.getY();
         pt[2] = r2d2.getX()+r2d2.getWidth();
         pt[3] = r2d2.getY()+r2d2.getHeight();
         oldTX.inverseTransform(pt,0,pt,0,2);
         shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( pt[2] / 2 + pt[0] );
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException e) {
    }

    /// ABP - keep track of old tform, restore it later

    g2.translate( shiftedX, baseY );
    g2.transform( getAffineTransform( g2Transform ) );

    if ( textToUse == ALL_GLYPHS )
      g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
    else {
        if ( testFont.canDisplay( charCode ))
          g2.setColor( Color.black );
        else {
          g2.setColor( Color.lightGray );
        }

        switch ( drawMethod ) {
          case DRAW_STRING:
            g2.drawString( new String( charArray ), 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_CHARS:
            g2.drawChars( charArray, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_BYTES:
            if ( charCode > 0xff )
              throw new CannotDrawException( DRAW_BYTES_ERROR );
            byte oneByte[] = { (byte) charCode };
            g2.drawBytes( oneByte, 0, 1, 0, 0 );
            break;
          case DRAW_GLYPHV:
            g2.drawGlyphVector( gv, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case TL_DRAW:
            TextLayout tl = new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont, frc );
            tl.draw( g2, 0f, 0f );
            break;
          case GV_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            g2.draw( gv.getOutline( 0f, 0f ));
            break;
          case TL_OUTLINE:
            r2d2 = gv.getVisualBounds();
            shiftedX = baseX - (int) ( r2d2.getWidth() / 2 + r2d2.getX() );
            TextLayout tlo =
              new TextLayout( new String( charArray ), testFont,
                              g2.getFontRenderContext() );
            g2.draw( tlo.getOutline( null ));
        }
    }

    /// ABP - restore old tform
    g2.setTransform ( oldTX );
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 16
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 18
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 19
Source Project: Bytecoder   File: SunGraphics2D.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double[] p = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * Returns a rectangle in image coordinates that may be required
 * in order to draw the given image into the given clipping region
 * through a pair of AffineTransforms.  In addition, horizontal and
 * vertical padding factors for antialising and interpolation may
 * be used.
 */
private static Rectangle getImageRegion(RenderedImage img,
                                        Region compClip,
                                        AffineTransform transform,
                                        AffineTransform xform,
                                        int padX, int padY) {
    Rectangle imageRect =
        new Rectangle(img.getMinX(), img.getMinY(),
                      img.getWidth(), img.getHeight());

    Rectangle result = null;
    try {
        double p[] = new double[8];
        p[0] = p[2] = compClip.getLoX();
        p[4] = p[6] = compClip.getHiX();
        p[1] = p[5] = compClip.getLoY();
        p[3] = p[7] = compClip.getHiY();

        // Inverse transform the output bounding rect
        transform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);
        xform.inverseTransform(p, 0, p, 0, 4);

        // Determine a bounding box for the inverse transformed region
        double x0,x1,y0,y1;
        x0 = x1 = p[0];
        y0 = y1 = p[1];

        for (int i = 2; i < 8; ) {
            double pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < x0)  {
                x0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > x1) {
                x1 = pt;
            }
            pt = p[i++];
            if (pt < y0)  {
                y0 = pt;
            } else if (pt > y1) {
                y1 = pt;
            }
        }

        // This is padding for anti-aliasing and such.  It may
        // be more than is needed.
        int x = (int)x0 - padX;
        int w = (int)(x1 - x0 + 2*padX);
        int y = (int)y0 - padY;
        int h = (int)(y1 - y0 + 2*padY);

        Rectangle clipRect = new Rectangle(x,y,w,h);
        result = clipRect.intersection(imageRect);
    } catch (NoninvertibleTransformException nte) {
        // Worst case bounds are the bounds of the image.
        result = imageRect;
    }

    return result;
}