Class mxGeometry

  • All Implemented Interfaces:, java.lang.Cloneable

    public class mxGeometry
    extends mxRectangle
    Represents the geometry of a cell. For vertices, the geometry consists of the x- and y-location, as well as the width and height. For edges, the geometry either defines the source- and target-terminal, or it defines the respective terminal points. For edges, if the geometry is relative (default), then the x-coordinate is used to describe the distance from the center of the edge from -1 to 1 with 0 being the center of the edge and the default value, and the y-coordinate is used to describe the absolute, orthogonal distance in pixels from that point. In addition, the offset is used as an absolute offset vector from the resulting point.
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    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail


        public static transient boolean TRANSLATE_CONTROL_POINTS
        Global switch to translate the points in translate. Default is true.
      • alternateBounds

        protected mxRectangle alternateBounds
        Stores alternate values for x, y, width and height in a rectangle. Default is null.
      • sourcePoint

        protected mxPoint sourcePoint
        Defines the source- and target-point of the edge. This is used if the corresponding edge does not have a source vertex. Otherwise it is ignored. Default is null.
      • targetPoint

        protected mxPoint targetPoint
        Defines the source- and target-point of the edge. This is used if the corresponding edge does not have a source vertex. Otherwise it is ignored. Default is null.
      • points

        protected java.util.List<mxPoint> points
        List of mxPoints which specifies the control points along the edge. These points are the intermediate points on the edge, for the endpoints use targetPoint and sourcePoint or set the terminals of the edge to a non-null value. Default is null.
      • offset

        protected mxPoint offset
        Holds the offset of the label for edges. This is the absolute vector between the center of the edge and the top, left point of the label. Default is null.
      • relative

        protected boolean relative
        Specifies if the coordinates in the geometry are to be interpreted as relative coordinates. Default is false. This is used to mark a geometry with an x- and y-coordinate that is used to describe an edge label position, or a relative location with respect to a parent cell's width and height.
    • Constructor Detail

      • mxGeometry

        public mxGeometry()
        Constructs a new geometry at (0, 0) with the width and height set to 0.
      • mxGeometry

        public mxGeometry​(double x,
                          double y,
                          double width,
                          double height)
        Constructs a geometry using the given parameters.
        x - X-coordinate of the new geometry.
        y - Y-coordinate of the new geometry.
        width - Width of the new geometry.
        height - Height of the new geometry.
    • Method Detail

      • getAlternateBounds

        public mxRectangle getAlternateBounds()
        Returns the alternate bounds.
      • setAlternateBounds

        public void setAlternateBounds​(mxRectangle rect)
        Sets the alternate bounds to the given rectangle.
        rect - Rectangle to be used for the alternate bounds.
      • getSourcePoint

        public mxPoint getSourcePoint()
        Returns the source point.
        Returns the source point.
      • setSourcePoint

        public void setSourcePoint​(mxPoint sourcePoint)
        Sets the source point.
        sourcePoint - Source point to be used.
      • getTargetPoint

        public mxPoint getTargetPoint()
        Returns the target point.
        Returns the target point.
      • setTargetPoint

        public void setTargetPoint​(mxPoint targetPoint)
        Sets the target point.
        targetPoint - Target point to be used.
      • getPoints

        public java.util.List<mxPoint> getPoints()
        Returns the list of control points.
      • setPoints

        public void setPoints​(java.util.List<mxPoint> value)
        Sets the list of control points to the given list.
        value - List that contains the new control points.
      • getOffset

        public mxPoint getOffset()
        Returns the offset.
      • setOffset

        public void setOffset​(mxPoint offset)
        Sets the offset to the given point.
        offset - Point to be used for the offset.
      • isRelative

        public boolean isRelative()
        Returns true of the geometry is relative.
      • setRelative

        public void setRelative​(boolean value)
        Sets the relative state of the geometry.
        value - Boolean value to be used as the new relative state.
      • swap

        public void swap()
        Swaps the x, y, width and height with the values stored in alternateBounds and puts the previous values into alternateBounds as a rectangle. This operation is carried-out in-place, that is, using the existing geometry instance. If this operation is called during a graph model transactional change, then the geometry should be cloned before calling this method and setting the geometry of the cell using mxGraphModel.setGeometry.
      • getTerminalPoint

        public mxPoint getTerminalPoint​(boolean isSource)
        Returns the point representing the source or target point of this edge. This is only used if the edge has no source or target vertex.
        isSource - Boolean that specifies if the source or target point should be returned.
        Returns the source or target point.
      • setTerminalPoint

        public mxPoint setTerminalPoint​(mxPoint point,
                                        boolean isSource)
        Sets the sourcePoint or targetPoint to the given point and returns the new point.
        point - Point to be used as the new source or target point.
        isSource - Boolean that specifies if the source or target point should be set.
        Returns the new point.
      • translate

        public void translate​(double dx,
                              double dy)
        Translates the geometry by the specified amount. That is, x and y of the geometry, the sourcePoint, targetPoint and all elements of points are translated by the given amount. X and y are only translated if the geometry is not relative. If TRANSLATE_CONTROL_POINTS is false, then are not modified by this function.
        dx - Integer that specifies the x-coordinate of the translation.
        dy - Integer that specifies the y-coordinate of the translation.
      • clone

        public java.lang.Object clone()
        Returns a clone of the cell.
        clone in class mxRectangle