Re: [OpenMap Users] Customizing editor toolbar?

From: Don Dietrick <dietrick_at_bbn.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 11:15:05 -0500

I'm not sure what you mean by nodes not able to be dragged. Editing
for all OMGraphics appears to be normal for me. I just made the same
modification you did (although I also passed a null value in
currentEditable.getGUI(graphicAttributes), instead of passing in the
graphicAttributes object).

- Don


On Jan 10, 2006, at 10:38 AM, Carsten . Madsen wrote:

> Hi
>
> It works (ie GUI look ok) but it breaks the editor. Nodes can not
> be dragged I think its got something to do with reinitalizing the
> drawingTool?
>
> /carsten
>
> Don Dietrick wrote:
>
>> Hi Carsten,
>>
>> On Jan 10, 2006, at 2:26 AM, Carsten . Madsen wrote:
>>
>>> Don,
>>>
>>> I have done as you described. This leaves one problem the
>>> graphics attribute GUI appears in the toolbar when no item is
>>> selected. I can eliminated this by overriding the OMDrawingTool
>>> getGUI method and setting the drawingTool var in my
>>> DrawingEditorTool subclass. As I mentioned this causes the
>>> editor functions to behave weird, e.g., nodes can only be
>>> dragged until the leg distance text is redraw while dragging. Do
>>> I need to setup more stuff on the drawingTool in the code below.
>>> In DrawingEditorTool there are calls to drawingTool.addLoader
>>> etc but it is not obvious to me when this is called?
>>
>>
>> It looks like it's called from setProperties(...) ->
>> addEditTooLoader (...).
>>
>>
>> It looks to me like the way to get the behavior you want is to
>> override the OMDrawingTool.getGUI() method. I think I got what
>> you want by doing this:
>>
>>
>> public Component getGUI() {
>> if (!resetGUIWhenDeactivated)
>> return this;
>>
>> removeAll();
>> Component eomgc = null;
>>
>> graphicAttributes.setLineMenuAdditions(null);
>> if (currentEditable != null) {
>> // GUI specific to a particular EditableOMGraphic type.
>> // eomgc = currentEditable.getGUI(graphicAttributes);
>> eomgc = currentEditable.getGUI(null);
>> if (eomgc != null) {
>> add(eomgc);
>> }
>> }
>>
>> // Basic, generic GUI if eomgc wasn't set.
>> // if (eomgc == null) {
>> // add(graphicAttributes.getGUI());
>> // }
>>
>> revalidate();
>> return this;
>> }
>>
>> The OMPoly and OMDistance seemed to work fine.
>>
>>
>> - Don
>>
>>
>>> public class RouteDrawingEditorTool extends DrawingEditorTool {
>>>
>>> public RouteDrawingEditorTool(EditorLayer layer) {
>>> super(layer);
>>> drawingTool = new OMDrawingTool() {
>>> public Component getGUI() {
>>> if (!resetGUIWhenDeactivated)
>>> return this;
>>> removeAll();
>>> Component eomgc = null;
>>> graphicAttributes.setLineMenuAdditions(null);
>>> if (currentEditable != null) {
>>> // GUI specific to a particular
>>> EditableOMGraphic type.
>>> eomgc = currentEditable.getGUI
>>> (graphicAttributes);
>>> if (eomgc != null) {
>>> add(eomgc);
>>> }
>>> }
>>> // do not show the graphicAttributes part fo the GUI
>>> // Basic, generic GUI if eomgc wasn't set.
>>> // if (eomgc == null) {
>>> // add(graphicAttributes.getGUI());
>>> // }
>>> revalidate();
>>> return this;
>>> }
>>> };
>>> drawingTool.setUseAsTool(true); // prevents popup menu use.
>>> drawingTool.getMouseMode().setVisible(false);
>>> ga = drawingTool.getAttributes();
>>> ga.setRenderType(OMGraphic.RENDERTYPE_LATLON);
>>> ga.setLineType(OMGraphic.LINETYPE_GREATCIRCLE);
>>> layer.setDrawingTool(drawingTool);
>>> }
>>>
>>>
>>> Don Dietrick wrote:
>>>
>>>> OK, if you want some attributes to show up, you should keep
>>>> that property set to true. I'd override the
>>>> EditableOMGraphics.getGUI () methods to return what you want.
>>>> It sounds like you want the EditableOMRoute.getGUI() to just
>>>> return the getPolyGUI() JToolBar instead of adding that
>>>> JToolBar to the GraphicAttributes GUI. For all those
>>>> EditableOMGraphics.getGUI() methods, returning null is safe if
>>>> you don't want anything to display.
>>>>
>>>> - Don
>>>>
>>>> On Jan 9, 2006, at 3:45 PM, Carsten . Madsen wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I tried that but I want the poly add/remove node icons to
>>>>> appear in the toolbar. I have tweaked my Editable class to do:
>>>>>
>>>>> public class EditableOMRoute extends EditableOMDistance {
>>>>> public JToolBar getPolyGUI() {
>>>>> return getPolyGUI(false, true, true);
>>>>> }
>>>>> ...
>>>>> }
>>>>>
>>>>> But if I run with showAttributes=false the getPolyGUI code is
>>>>> never called?
>>>>>
>>>>> regards
>>>>> /carsten
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Don Dietrick wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi Carsten,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> You can set the .showAttributes property to false, and those
>>>>>> controls won't be shown. The 'Distance Layer' in the
>>>>>> openmap.properties file has that setting.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Don
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Jan 9, 2006, at 9:44 AM, Carsten . Madsen wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I'm trying to customize the editor tollbar for OMDistance's
>>>>>>> so that the graphics attributes part, i.e., line width etc
>>>>>>> is not shown. I have managed to get the GUI to work as I
>>>>>>> want it to but the modifications breaks the editor
>>>>>>> functionallity, i.e., dragging a node only works until the
>>>>>>> first time the distance label is updated. My code goes
>>>>>>> like this:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public class RouteDrawingEditorTool extends DrawingEditorTool {
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> public RouteDrawingEditorTool(EditorLayer layer) {
>>>>>>> super(layer);
>>>>>>> drawingTool = new OMDrawingTool() {
>>>>>>> public Component getGUI() {
>>>>>>> if (!resetGUIWhenDeactivated)
>>>>>>> return this;
>>>>>>> removeAll();
>>>>>>> Component eomgc = null;
>>>>>>> graphicAttributes.setLineMenuAdditions(null);
>>>>>>> if (currentEditable != null) {
>>>>>>> // GUI specific to a particular
>>>>>>> EditableOMGraphic type.
>>>>>>> eomgc = currentEditable.getGUI
>>>>>>> (graphicAttributes);
>>>>>>> if (eomgc != null) {
>>>>>>> add(eomgc);
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>> // do not show the graphicAttributes part of
>>>>>>> the GUI
>>>>>>> // Basic, generic GUI if eomgc wasn't set.
>>>>>>> // if (eomgc == null) {
>>>>>>> // add(graphicAttributes.getGUI());
>>>>>>> // }
>>>>>>> revalidate();
>>>>>>> return this;
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>> };
>>>>>>> drawingTool.setUseAsTool(true); // prevents popup menu
>>>>>>> use.
>>>>>>> drawingTool.getMouseMode().setVisible(false);
>>>>>>> ga = drawingTool.getAttributes();
>>>>>>> ga.setRenderType(OMGraphic.RENDERTYPE_LATLON);
>>>>>>> ga.setLineType(OMGraphic.LINETYPE_GREATCIRCLE);
>>>>>>> layer.setDrawingTool(drawingTool);
>>>>>>> System.out.println("RouteDrawingEditorTool created!");
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>> }
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Any hints?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> regards
>>>>>>> /carsten
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