Nested Class Summary
|Modifier and Type
||Interface and Description
An extended version of
, which allows
the implementor to specify the number of lines of text to which
this object is attached that the "first line of paragraph" margin
width will be applied to.
The standard implementation of LeadingMarginSpan, which adjusts the
margin but does not do any rendering.
|Modifier and Type
||Method and Description
Renders the leading margin.
Returns the amount by which to adjust the leading margin.
int getLeadingMargin(boolean first)
Returns the amount by which to adjust the leading margin. Positive values
move away from the leading edge of the paragraph, negative values move
first - true if the request is for the first line of a paragraph,
false for subsequent lines
- the offset for the margin.
void drawLeadingMargin(Canvas c,
Renders the leading margin. This is called before the margin has been
adjusted by the value returned by
c - the canvas
p - the paint. The this should be left unchanged on exit.
x - the current position of the margin
dir - the base direction of the paragraph; if negative, the margin
is to the right of the text, otherwise it is to the left.
top - the top of the line
baseline - the baseline of the line
bottom - the bottom of the line
text - the text
start - the start of the line
end - the end of the line
first - true if this is the first line of its paragraph
layout - the layout containing this line
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