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GraphicCompTool(3U)					    InterViews Reference Manual 				       GraphicCompTool(3U)

GraphicCompTool - tool for instantiating graphical components SYNOPSIS
#include <Unidraw/Tools/grcomptool.h> DESCRIPTION
A GraphicCompTool lets the user instantiate graphical components by direct manipulation. The GraphicCompTool keeps a prototypical compo- nent that defines the type of component it can instantiate. PUBLIC OPERATIONS
GraphicCompTool(ControlInfo*, GraphicComp* prototype) GraphicCompTool() Create a new GraphicCompTool, supplying the prototypical GraphicComp. (You should not normally call the parameterless constructor, which Creator requires.) The first constructor creates a graphical view of the prototype for internal use. virtual Manipulator* CreateManipulator( Viewer*, Event&, Transformer* ) virtual void InterpretManipulator(Manipulator*) CreateManipulator clears the editor's selection and delegates manipulator creation and interpretation to the graphical view of the prototype. GraphicComp* GetPrototype() Return the prototypical GraphicComp. SEE ALSO
GraphicComp(3U), Tool(3U) Unidraw 24 January 1991 GraphicCompTool(3U)

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RectComp(3U)						    InterViews Reference Manual 					      RectComp(3U)

RectComp, RectView, PSRect - rectangle component subject, view, and PostScript external representation SYNOPSIS
#include <Unidraw/Components/rect.h> DESCRIPTION
RectComp is a GraphicComp that defines a rectangle. It uses an SF_Rect graphic to store its graphical attributes. RectView is a Graph- icView for displaying the rectangle. PSRect is a PostScriptView that externalizes the subject's information in PostScript form. RECTCOMP PUBLIC OPERATIONS
RectComp(SF_Rect* = nil) The constructor takes an optional stroked-filled rectangle that defines the attributes of the rectangle. SF_Rect* GetRect() Return the SF_Rect graphic that defines the rectangle's attributes. GetRect is simply a more specific form of the GetGraphic opera- tion. RECTVIEW PUBLIC OPERATIONS
RectView(RectComp* = nil) Create an RectView, optionally supplying the subject. virtual void Interpret(Command*) RectView interprets AlignToGridCmd to align its lower-left to the grid. virtual Manipulator* CreateManipulator( Viewer*, Event&, Transformer*, Tool* ) virtual void InterpretManipulator(Manipulator*) RectView redefines its response to manipulation with a GraphicCompTool. GraphicCompTool will let the user sweep out a rectangle that reflects the RectComp's size. Creation will be influenced by gravity, if any. RectView also defines a response to the ReshapeTool, allowing the user to click on one of its corners to reposition it. The subject is actually replaced (via ReplaceCmd) with a Poly- gonComp subject reflecting the repositioned corner. Repositioning will be influenced by gravity. virtual void GetCorners(Coord*, Coord*) GetCorners takes two arrays of four Coord values and stores into them the coordinates of its corners, in canvas coordinates. RectComp* GetRectComp() Return the subject. RECTVIEW PROTECTED OPERATIONS
virtual void CreateHandles() RectView redefines CreateHandles to use a RubberHandles object with four handles, one at each corner of the rectangle. PSRECT PUBLIC OPERATIONS
PSRect(RectComp* = nil) Construct a PostScript external representation of the given subject, if any. SEE ALSO
GraphicComp(3U), GraphicCompTool(3U), GraphicView(3U), Grid(3U), PolygonComp(3U), PostScriptView(3U), ReshapeTool(3U), align(3U), edit(3U), polygons(3U) Unidraw 22 January 1991 RectComp(3U)
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