allow arrow heads to contribute clipping regions #5690

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bryevdv commented Jan 10, 2017 edited
  • issues: fixes #4667
  • tests added / passed

This test code

from bokeh.plotting import figure, output_file, show
from bokeh.models import Arrow, OpenHead, NormalHead, VeeHead


p = figure(plot_width=600, plot_height=600, x_range=(-0.1,1.1), y_range=(-1,6))

p.add_layout(Arrow(start=VeeHead(line_width=1, fill_color="white"), x_start=0, y_start=2, x_end=1, y_end=5, line_width=10))
p.add_layout(Arrow(start=NormalHead(line_width=1, fill_color="white"), x_start=0, y_start=0, x_end=1, y_end=0, line_width=10))
p.add_layout(Arrow(start=OpenHead(line_width=1), x_start=0, y_start=1, x_end=1, y_end=2, line_width=10))



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@bryevdv bryevdv added the status: WIP label Jan 10, 2017
bryevdv commented Jan 10, 2017

@canavandl is there an existing arrows selenium image test we could update with some wide arrows too?


There seems to be a faint line orthogonal to the arrow head on the examples with wide arrow bodies. I don't know if that's easily resolvable or not though.

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bryevdv commented Jan 11, 2017

@canavandl I think extending the clip region one or two pixels would immediately solve that, let me try

bryevdv commented Jan 11, 2017

@canavandl that seems to work great, I am going to force push an update, here is the code that was added to the test:

    # test arrow body clipping
    plot.add_layout(Arrow(start=VeeHead(line_width=1, fill_color="white"), x_start=6, y_start=4, x_end=8, y_end=5, line_width=10))
    plot.add_layout(Arrow(start=NormalHead(line_width=1, fill_color="white"), x_start=6, y_start=3, x_end=8, y_end=4, line_width=10))
    plot.add_layout(Arrow(start=OpenHead(line_width=1), x_start=6, y_start=2, x_end=8, y_end=3, line_width=10))
bryevdv commented Jan 11, 2017

Test updated, will merge when green

@bryevdv bryevdv merged commit 18b867c into master Jan 11, 2017

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