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Computational "Auto Size" of node images [message #1820612] Thu, 23 January 2020 21:33 Go to next message
Bernhard Edler is currently offline Bernhard EdlerFriend
Messages: 5
Registered: August 2014
Junior Member
My Goal: I wish to have nodes in a container, the container being resizable. The nodes should be displayed as images with fixed size, but should still be movable within the container. Edit: I failed to mention, the images should depend on model properties, and I dont want to have dozens of conditional styles that need maintaining in my .odesign file.

My status quo: The nodes are fixed in size(resize disabled, move still allowed), the correct Images are loaded.

My problem: The Images I wish are 100 by 100 px, yet when I create a new node using the palette tool I defined in my .odesign-file, the node is only 20 by 20px in size (In the attached image, see the violet "T"-shape in the left container). Since resizing is disabled, I have to manually hit "Auto Size" from the toolbar to have it correctly displayed (like the rightmost image).

Is there a way to programmatically "autosize" the image upon creation? Or better, a way to have the images created correctly sized in the first place?

A few samples of what I did, hopefully insightful:

public class StyleEditPartProvider extends AbstractEditPartProvider {
	@Override
	protected Class getNodeEditPartClass(View view) {
		if (view.getElement() instanceof CustomStyle) {
			CustomStyle customStyle = (CustomStyle) view.getElement();
			if (customStyle.getId().equals(AnlageStyleEditPart.ID)) {
				return AnlageStyleEditPart.class;
			}
		}
	}
}


public class AnlageStyleEditPart extends AbstractNotSelectableShapeNodeEditPart implements IStyleEditPart {
	public static final String ID = "at.tb_gruber.designer.design.style.AnlageStyle";
	protected IFigure contentPane;
	protected ImageFigure primaryShape;

	public AnlageStyleEditPart(View view) {
		super(view);
		// here my model listeners are registert via addListenerFilter(...)
	}


	private NodeFigure createNodePlate() {
		DefaultSizeNodeFigure result = new AirStyleDefaultSizeNodeFigure(100, 100);
		return result;
	}

	public ImageFigure getPrimaryShape() {
		if (primaryShape == null) {
			primaryShape = new ImageFigure();
		}
		return primaryShape;
	}

	/**
	 * react to model changes from the properties view
	 * @generated NOT
	 */
	@Override
	public void notifyChanged(Notification notification) {
		refreshVisuals();
		super.notifyChanged(notification);
	}

	protected void refreshVisuals() {
		Optional<Image> imageOpt = getImage();
		if (imageOpt.isPresent()) {
			Image image = imageOpt.get();
			image.getBounds();
			getPrimaryShape().setImage(image);
		}
	}

	private Optional<Image> getImage() {
		//loads the correct image from my images-folder depending on model properties
	}
}


public class EditPolicyProvider implements IEditPolicyProvider {

	@Override
	public void createEditPolicies(EditPart editPart) {
		if (editPart instanceof DNodeContainerViewNodeContainerCompartmentEditPart) {
			editPart.removeEditPolicy(EditPolicy.LAYOUT_ROLE);
			editPart.installEditPolicy(EditPolicy.LAYOUT_ROLE, new FixedSizeContainerEditPolicy());
		}
	}
}


public class FixedSizeContainerEditPolicy extends AirXYLayoutEditPolicy {

	@Override
	protected Command getResizeChildrenCommand(ChangeBoundsRequest request) {
		if (isResize(request)) {
			return DoNothingCommand.INSTANCE;
		}
		Command superCommand = super.getResizeChildrenCommand(request);
		EditPart host = getHost();
		if (host instanceof IGraphicalEditPart) {
			TransactionalEditingDomain editingDomain = ((IGraphicalEditPart) host).getEditingDomain();
			CompositeTransactionalCommand ctc = new CompositeTransactionalCommand(editingDomain,
					superCommand.getLabel());
			ctc.add(new CommandProxy(superCommand));

			ShiftEdgeIdentityAnchorOperation operation = new ShiftEdgeIdentityAnchorOperation(request);
			ICommand command = CommandFactory.createICommand(editingDomain, operation);
			ctc.add(command);
			return new ICommandProxy(ctc);
		}
		return superCommand;
	}

	private boolean isResize(ChangeBoundsRequest request) {
		return request.getSizeDelta().height != 0 || request.getSizeDelta().width != 0;
	}
}
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[Updated on: Fri, 24 January 2020 06:22]

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Re: Computational "Auto Size" of node images [message #1820641 is a reply to message #1820612] Fri, 24 January 2020 09:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Florian Barbin is currently offline Florian BarbinFriend
Messages: 246
Registered: August 2010
Senior Member
Hi,

Have you tried to set "-1" in your workspace image size computation expression? With this value, the node will automatically have the real image size.

Regards,

Florian
Re: Computational "Auto Size" of node images [message #1820776 is a reply to message #1820641] Tue, 28 January 2020 15:33 Go to previous message
Bernhard Edler is currently offline Bernhard EdlerFriend
Messages: 5
Registered: August 2014
Junior Member
Thank you for your suggestion, it worked as expected. I got lost trying to dig so deep into GEF, i forgot the solutions in plain sight.

Regards,
Bernhard
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