Java Code Examples for java.awt.Font#createGlyphVector()

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Example 1
public static void writeImage(File fontFile, File outputFile, String value) throws Exception {
    BufferedImage image = new BufferedImage(200, 200, BufferedImage.TYPE_INT_RGB);
    Graphics2D g = image.createGraphics();
    g.setColor(Color.WHITE);
    g.fillRect(0, 0, image.getWidth(), image.getHeight());
    g.setColor(Color.BLACK);

    Font font = Font.createFont(Font.TRUETYPE_FONT, fontFile);
    font = font.deriveFont(Font.PLAIN, 72f);
    FontRenderContext frc = new FontRenderContext(null, false, false);
    GlyphVector gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, value);
    g.drawGlyphVector(gv, 10, 80);
    g.fill(gv.getOutline(10, 180));
    ImageIO.write(image, "png", outputFile);
}
 
Example 2
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final int[] glyphs = tcctx.glyphs;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, glyphs);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 3
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final char[] chars = tcctx.chars;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, chars);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 4
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final int[] glyphs = tcctx.glyphs;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, glyphs);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 5
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final int[] glyphs = tcctx.glyphs;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, glyphs);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 6
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final int[] glyphs = tcctx.glyphs;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, glyphs);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 7
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final CharacterIterator ci = tcctx.ci;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, ci);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 8
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final String text = tcctx.text;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, text);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 9
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final CharacterIterator ci = tcctx.ci;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, ci);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 10
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final CharacterIterator ci = tcctx.ci;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, ci);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 11
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final String text = tcctx.text;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, text);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 12
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final char[] chars = tcctx.chars;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, chars);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 13
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final char[] chars = tcctx.chars;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, chars);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 14
public void runTest(Object ctx, int numReps) {
    TCContext tcctx = (TCContext)ctx;
    final Font font = tcctx.font;
    final char[] chars = tcctx.chars;
    final FontRenderContext frc = tcctx.frc;
    GlyphVector gv;
    do {
        gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, chars);
    } while (--numReps >= 0);
}
 
Example 15
private void textOut(String str,
                     Font font, PhysicalFont font2D,
                     FontRenderContext frc,
                     float deviceSize, int rotation, float awScale,
                     double scaleFactorX, double scaleFactorY,
                     float userx, float usery,
                     float devx, float devy, float targetW) {

    String family = font2D.getFamilyName(null);
    int style = font.getStyle() | font2D.getStyle();
    WPrinterJob wPrinterJob = (WPrinterJob)getPrinterJob();
    boolean setFont = wPrinterJob.setFont(family, deviceSize, style,
                                          rotation, awScale);
    if (!setFont) {
        super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
        return;
    }

    float[] glyphPos = null;
    if (!okGDIMetrics(str, font, frc, scaleFactorX)) {
        /* If there is a 1:1 char->glyph mapping then char positions
         * are the same as glyph positions and we can tell GDI
         * where to place the glyphs.
         * On drawing we remove control chars so these need to be
         * removed now so the string and positions are the same length.
         * For other cases we need to pass glyph codes to GDI.
         */
        str = wPrinterJob.removeControlChars(str);
        char[] chars = str.toCharArray();
        int len = chars.length;
        GlyphVector gv = null;
        if (!FontUtilities.isComplexText(chars, 0, len)) {
            gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, str);
        }
        if (gv == null) {
            super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
            return;
        }
        glyphPos = gv.getGlyphPositions(0, len, null);
        Point2D gvAdvPt = gv.getGlyphPosition(gv.getNumGlyphs());

        /* GDI advances must not include device space rotation.
         * See earlier comment in printGlyphVector() for details.
         */
        AffineTransform advanceTransform =
           AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleFactorX, scaleFactorY);
        float[] glyphAdvPos = new float[glyphPos.length];

        advanceTransform.transform(glyphPos, 0,         //source
                                   glyphAdvPos, 0,      //destination
                                   glyphPos.length/2);  //num points
        glyphPos = glyphAdvPos;
    }
    wPrinterJob.textOut(str, devx, devy, glyphPos);
}
 
Example 16
private void textOut(String str,
                     Font font, PhysicalFont font2D,
                     FontRenderContext frc,
                     float deviceSize, int rotation, float awScale,
                     double scaleFactorX, double scaleFactorY,
                     float userx, float usery,
                     float devx, float devy, float targetW) {

    String family = font2D.getFamilyName(null);
    int style = font.getStyle() | font2D.getStyle();
    WPrinterJob wPrinterJob = (WPrinterJob)getPrinterJob();
    boolean setFont = wPrinterJob.setFont(family, deviceSize, style,
                                          rotation, awScale);
    if (!setFont) {
        super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
        return;
    }

    float[] glyphPos = null;
    if (!okGDIMetrics(str, font, frc, scaleFactorX)) {
        /* If there is a 1:1 char->glyph mapping then char positions
         * are the same as glyph positions and we can tell GDI
         * where to place the glyphs.
         * On drawing we remove control chars so these need to be
         * removed now so the string and positions are the same length.
         * For other cases we need to pass glyph codes to GDI.
         */
        str = wPrinterJob.removeControlChars(str);
        char[] chars = str.toCharArray();
        int len = chars.length;
        GlyphVector gv = null;
        if (!FontUtilities.isComplexText(chars, 0, len)) {
            gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, str);
        }
        if (gv == null) {
            super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
            return;
        }
        glyphPos = gv.getGlyphPositions(0, len, null);
        Point2D gvAdvPt = gv.getGlyphPosition(gv.getNumGlyphs());

        /* GDI advances must not include device space rotation.
         * See earlier comment in printGlyphVector() for details.
         */
        AffineTransform advanceTransform =
           AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleFactorX, scaleFactorY);
        float[] glyphAdvPos = new float[glyphPos.length];

        advanceTransform.transform(glyphPos, 0,         //source
                                   glyphAdvPos, 0,      //destination
                                   glyphPos.length/2);  //num points
        glyphPos = glyphAdvPos;
    }
    wPrinterJob.textOut(str, devx, devy, glyphPos);
}
 
Example 17
Source Project: openCypher   File: TextGlyphs.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public TextGlyphs( String text, Font font, FontRenderContext renderContext )
{
    this.text = text;
    this.glyphs = font.createGlyphVector( renderContext, text );
}
 
Example 18
private void textOut(String str,
                     Font font, PhysicalFont font2D,
                     FontRenderContext frc,
                     float deviceSize, int rotation, float awScale,
                     AffineTransform deviceTransform,
                     double scaleFactorX,
                     float userx, float usery,
                     float devx, float devy, float targetW) {

    String family = font2D.getFamilyName(null);
    int style = font.getStyle() | font2D.getStyle();
    WPrinterJob wPrinterJob = (WPrinterJob)getPrinterJob();
    boolean setFont = wPrinterJob.setFont(family, deviceSize, style,
                                          rotation, awScale);
    if (!setFont) {
        super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
        return;
    }

    float[] glyphPos = null;
    if (!okGDIMetrics(str, font, frc, scaleFactorX)) {
        /* If there is a 1:1 char->glyph mapping then char positions
         * are the same as glyph positions and we can tell GDI
         * where to place the glyphs.
         * On drawing we remove control chars so these need to be
         * removed now so the string and positions are the same length.
         * For other cases we need to pass glyph codes to GDI.
         */
        str = wPrinterJob.removeControlChars(str);
        char[] chars = str.toCharArray();
        int len = chars.length;
        GlyphVector gv = null;
        if (!FontUtilities.isComplexText(chars, 0, len)) {
            gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, str);
        }
        if (gv == null) {
            super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
            return;
        }
        glyphPos = gv.getGlyphPositions(0, len, null);
        Point2D gvAdvPt = gv.getGlyphPosition(gv.getNumGlyphs());

        /* GDI advances must not include device space rotation.
         * See earlier comment in printGlyphVector() for details.
         */
        AffineTransform advanceTransform =
          new AffineTransform(deviceTransform);
        advanceTransform.rotate(rotation*Math.PI/1800.0);
        float[] glyphAdvPos = new float[glyphPos.length];

        advanceTransform.transform(glyphPos, 0,         //source
                                   glyphAdvPos, 0,      //destination
                                   glyphPos.length/2);  //num points
        glyphPos = glyphAdvPos;
    }
    wPrinterJob.textOut(str, devx, devy, glyphPos);
}
 
Example 19
private void textOut(String str,
                     Font font, PhysicalFont font2D,
                     FontRenderContext frc,
                     float deviceSize, int rotation, float awScale,
                     double scaleFactorX, double scaleFactorY,
                     float userx, float usery,
                     float devx, float devy, float targetW) {

    String family = font2D.getFamilyName(null);
    int style = font.getStyle() | font2D.getStyle();
    WPrinterJob wPrinterJob = (WPrinterJob)getPrinterJob();
    boolean setFont = wPrinterJob.setFont(family, deviceSize, style,
                                          rotation, awScale);
    if (!setFont) {
        super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
        return;
    }

    float[] glyphPos = null;
    if (!okGDIMetrics(str, font, frc, scaleFactorX)) {
        /* If there is a 1:1 char->glyph mapping then char positions
         * are the same as glyph positions and we can tell GDI
         * where to place the glyphs.
         * On drawing we remove control chars so these need to be
         * removed now so the string and positions are the same length.
         * For other cases we need to pass glyph codes to GDI.
         */
        str = wPrinterJob.removeControlChars(str);
        char[] chars = str.toCharArray();
        int len = chars.length;
        GlyphVector gv = null;
        if (!FontUtilities.isComplexText(chars, 0, len)) {
            gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, str);
        }
        if (gv == null) {
            super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
            return;
        }
        glyphPos = gv.getGlyphPositions(0, len, null);
        Point2D gvAdvPt = gv.getGlyphPosition(gv.getNumGlyphs());

        /* GDI advances must not include device space rotation.
         * See earlier comment in printGlyphVector() for details.
         */
        AffineTransform advanceTransform =
           AffineTransform.getScaleInstance(scaleFactorX, scaleFactorY);
        float[] glyphAdvPos = new float[glyphPos.length];

        advanceTransform.transform(glyphPos, 0,         //source
                                   glyphAdvPos, 0,      //destination
                                   glyphPos.length/2);  //num points
        glyphPos = glyphAdvPos;
    }
    wPrinterJob.textOut(str, devx, devy, glyphPos);
}
 
Example 20
private void textOut(String str,
                     Font font, PhysicalFont font2D,
                     FontRenderContext frc,
                     float deviceSize, int rotation, float awScale,
                     AffineTransform deviceTransform,
                     double scaleFactorX,
                     float userx, float usery,
                     float devx, float devy, float targetW) {

    String family = font2D.getFamilyName(null);
    int style = font.getStyle() | font2D.getStyle();
    WPrinterJob wPrinterJob = (WPrinterJob)getPrinterJob();
    boolean setFont = wPrinterJob.setFont(family, deviceSize, style,
                                          rotation, awScale);
    if (!setFont) {
        super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
        return;
    }

    float[] glyphPos = null;
    if (!okGDIMetrics(str, font, frc, scaleFactorX)) {
        /* If there is a 1:1 char->glyph mapping then char positions
         * are the same as glyph positions and we can tell GDI
         * where to place the glyphs.
         * On drawing we remove control chars so these need to be
         * removed now so the string and positions are the same length.
         * For other cases we need to pass glyph codes to GDI.
         */
        str = wPrinterJob.removeControlChars(str);
        char[] chars = str.toCharArray();
        int len = chars.length;
        GlyphVector gv = null;
        if (!FontUtilities.isComplexText(chars, 0, len)) {
            gv = font.createGlyphVector(frc, str);
        }
        if (gv == null) {
            super.drawString(str, userx, usery, font, frc, targetW);
            return;
        }
        glyphPos = gv.getGlyphPositions(0, len, null);
        Point2D gvAdvPt = gv.getGlyphPosition(gv.getNumGlyphs());

        /* GDI advances must not include device space rotation.
         * See earlier comment in printGlyphVector() for details.
         */
        AffineTransform advanceTransform =
          new AffineTransform(deviceTransform);
        advanceTransform.rotate(rotation*Math.PI/1800.0);
        float[] glyphAdvPos = new float[glyphPos.length];

        advanceTransform.transform(glyphPos, 0,         //source
                                   glyphAdvPos, 0,      //destination
                                   glyphPos.length/2);  //num points
        glyphPos = glyphAdvPos;
    }
    wPrinterJob.textOut(str, devx, devy, glyphPos);
}