Class Html4Display

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    AdditionalInformationHandler, CleanUpHandler, Destroyable, GlobalInfoSupporter, LoggingLevelHandler, LoggingSupporter, OptionHandler, QuickInfoSupporter, ShallowCopySupporter<Actor>, SizeOfHandler, Stoppable, StoppableWithFeedback, TextSupporter, VariablesInspectionHandler, VariableChangeListener, Actor, ClearableDisplay, DisplayTypeSupporter, ErrorHandler, InputConsumer, ComponentSupplier, TextSupplier, MenuBarProvider, SendToActionSupporter, Serializable, Comparable

    public class Html4Display
    extends AbstractGraphicalDisplay
    implements TextSupplier
    Viewer for HTML 4.

    - accepts:

    -logging-level <OFF|SEVERE|WARNING|INFO|CONFIG|FINE|FINER|FINEST> (property: loggingLevel)
        The logging level for outputting errors and debugging output.
        default: WARNING
        min-user-mode: Expert
    -name <java.lang.String> (property: name)
        The name of the actor.
        default: Html4Display
    -annotation <adams.core.base.BaseAnnotation> (property: annotations)
        The annotations to attach to this actor.
    -skip <boolean> (property: skip)
        If set to true, transformation is skipped and the input token is just forwarded
        as it is.
        default: false
    -stop-flow-on-error <boolean> (property: stopFlowOnError)
        If set to true, the flow execution at this level gets stopped in case this
        actor encounters an error; the error gets propagated; useful for critical
        default: false
        min-user-mode: Expert
    -silent <boolean> (property: silent)
        If enabled, then no errors are output in the console; Note: the enclosing
        actor handler must have this enabled as well.
        default: false
        min-user-mode: Expert
    -short-title <boolean> (property: shortTitle)
        If enabled uses just the name for the title instead of the actor's full
        default: false
    -display-type <adams.flow.core.displaytype.AbstractDisplayType> (property: displayType)
        Determines how to show the display, eg as standalone frame (default) or
        in the Flow editor window.
        default: adams.flow.core.displaytype.Default
        min-user-mode: Expert
    -width <int> (property: width)
        The width of the dialog.
        default: 800
        minimum: -1
    -height <int> (property: height)
        The height of the dialog.
        default: 600
        minimum: -1
    -x <int> (property: x)
        The X position of the dialog (>=0: absolute, -1: left, -2: center, -3: right
        default: -1
        minimum: -3
    -y <int> (property: y)
        The Y position of the dialog (>=0: absolute, -1: top, -2: center, -3: bottom
        default: -1
        minimum: -3
    -writer <adams.gui.print.JComponentWriter> (property: writer)
        The writer to use for generating the graphics output.
        default: adams.gui.print.NullWriter
    -css <adams.core.base.BaseString> [-css ...] (property: CSS)
        The CSS style sheet rules to apply.
    fracpete (fracpete at waikato dot ac dot nz)
    See Also:
    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail

      • m_CSS

        protected BaseString[] m_CSS
        the CSS style sheet rules.
    • Constructor Detail

      • Html4Display

        public Html4Display()
    • Method Detail

      • setCSS

        public void setCSS​(BaseString[] value)
        Sets the CSS style sheet rules.
        value - the rules
      • getCSS

        public BaseString[] getCSS()
        Returns the CSS style sheet rules.
        the rules
      • CSSTipText

        public String CSSTipText()
        Returns the tip text for this property.
        tip text for this property suitable for displaying in the GUI or for listing the options.
      • accepts

        public Class[] accepts()
        Returns the class that the consumer accepts.
        Specified by:
        accepts in interface InputConsumer
        the Class of objects that can be processed
      • display

        protected void display​(Token token)
        Displays the token (the panel and dialog have already been created at this stage).
        Specified by:
        display in class AbstractDisplay
        token - the token to display
      • supplyText

        public String supplyText()
        Supplies the text. May get called even if actor hasn't been executed yet.
        Specified by:
        supplyText in interface TextSupplier
        Specified by:
        supplyText in interface TextSupporter
        the text, null if none available