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/*=========================================================================
Program: Visualization Toolkit
Module: vtkLineWidget2.h
Copyright (c) Ken Martin, Will Schroeder, Bill Lorensen
All rights reserved.
See Copyright.txt or http://www.kitware.com/Copyright.htm for details.
This software is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even
the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. See the above copyright notice for more information.
=========================================================================*/
// .NAME vtkLineWidget2 - 3D widget for manipulating a finite, straight line
// .SECTION Description
// This 3D widget defines a straight line that can be interactively placed in
// a scene. The widget is assumed to consist of two parts: 1) two end points
// and 2) a straight line connecting the two points. (The representation
// paired with this widget determines the actual geometry of the widget.) The
// positioning of the two end points is facilitated by using vtkHandleWidgets
// to position the points.
//
// To use this widget, you generally pair it with a vtkLineRepresentation
// (or a subclass). Variuos options are available in the representation for
// controlling how the widget appears, and how the widget functions.
//
// .SECTION Event Bindings
// By default, the widget responds to the following VTK events (i.e., it
// watches the vtkRenderWindowInteractor for these events):
// <pre>
// If one of the two end points are selected:
// LeftButtonPressEvent - activate the associated handle widget
// LeftButtonReleaseEvent - release the handle widget associated with the point
// MouseMoveEvent - move the point
// If the line is selected:
// LeftButtonPressEvent - activate a handle widget accociated with the line
// LeftButtonReleaseEvent - release the handle widget associated with the line
// MouseMoveEvent - translate the line
// In all the cases, independent of what is picked, the widget responds to the
// following VTK events:
// MiddleButtonPressEvent - translate the widget
// MiddleButtonReleaseEvent - release the widget
// RightButtonPressEvent - scale the widget's representation
// RightButtonReleaseEvent - stop scaling the widget
// MouseMoveEvent - scale (if right button) or move (if middle button) the widget
// </pre>
//
// Note that the event bindings described above can be changed using this
// class's vtkWidgetEventTranslator. This class translates VTK events
// into the vtkLineWidget2's widget events:
// <pre>
// vtkWidgetEvent::Select -- some part of the widget has been selected
// vtkWidgetEvent::EndSelect -- the selection process has completed
// vtkWidgetEvent::Move -- a request for slider motion has been invoked
// </pre>
//
// In turn, when these widget events are processed, the vtkLineWidget2
// invokes the following VTK events on itself (which observers can listen for):
// <pre>
// vtkCommand::StartInteractionEvent (on vtkWidgetEvent::Select)
// vtkCommand::EndInteractionEvent (on vtkWidgetEvent::EndSelect)
// vtkCommand::InteractionEvent (on vtkWidgetEvent::Move)
// </pre>
//
// .SECTION Caveats
// Note that the widget can be picked even when it is "behind"
// other actors. This is an intended feature and not a bug.
//
// This class, and vtkLineRepresentation, are next generation VTK widgets. An
// earlier version of this functionality was defined in the class
// vtkLineWidget.
// .SECTION See Also
// vtkLineRepresentation vtkLineWidget vtk3DWidget vtkImplicitPlaneWidget
// vtkImplicitPlaneWidget2
#ifndef __vtkLineWidget2_h
#define __vtkLineWidget2_h
#include "vtkAbstractWidget.h"
class vtkLineRepresentation;
class vtkHandleWidget;
class VTK_WIDGETS_EXPORT vtkLineWidget2 : public vtkAbstractWidget
{
public:
// Description:
// Instantiate the object.
static vtkLineWidget2 *New();
// Description:
// Standard vtkObject methods
vtkTypeMacro(vtkLineWidget2,vtkAbstractWidget);
void PrintSelf(ostream& os, vtkIndent indent);
// Description:
// Override superclasses' SetEnabled() method because the line
// widget must enable its internal handle widgets.
virtual void SetEnabled(int enabling);
// Description:
// Specify an instance of vtkWidgetRepresentation used to represent this
// widget in the scene. Note that the representation is a subclass of vtkProp
// so it can be added to the renderer independent of the widget.
void SetRepresentation(vtkLineRepresentation *r)
{this->Superclass::SetWidgetRepresentation(reinterpret_cast<vtkWidgetRepresentation*>(r));}
// Description:
// Create the default widget representation if one is not set.
void CreateDefaultRepresentation();
// Description:
// Methods to change the whether the widget responds to interaction.
// Overridden to pass the state to component widgets.
virtual void SetProcessEvents(int);
protected:
vtkLineWidget2();
~vtkLineWidget2();
//BTX - manage the state of the widget
int WidgetState;
enum _WidgetState {Start=0,Active};
//ETX
int CurrentHandle;
// These methods handle events
static void SelectAction(vtkAbstractWidget*);
static void TranslateAction(vtkAbstractWidget*);
static void ScaleAction(vtkAbstractWidget*);
static void EndSelectAction(vtkAbstractWidget*);
static void MoveAction(vtkAbstractWidget*);
// The positioning handle widgets
vtkHandleWidget *Point1Widget; //first end point
vtkHandleWidget *Point2Widget; //second end point
vtkHandleWidget *LineHandle; //used when selecting the line
private:
vtkLineWidget2(const vtkLineWidget2&); //Not implemented
void operator=(const vtkLineWidget2&); //Not implemented
};
#endif
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