Uses of Class
att.grappa.Element

Packages that use Element
att.grappa   
 

Uses of Element in att.grappa
 

Subclasses of Element in att.grappa
 class Edge
          This class describes an edge.
 class Graph
          This class is the root of the overall graph and provides methods for working with the entire graph (for example, printing the graph).
 class Node
          This class describes a node.
 class Subgraph
          This class describes a subgraph, which can consist of nodes, edges and other subgraphs.
 

Methods in att.grappa that return Element
 Element Subgraph.createElement(int type, java.lang.Object[] info, Attribute[] attrs)
          Creates a new element and adds it to the subgraph's element dictionary.
static Element GrappaSupport.findContainingElement(Subgraph subg, java.awt.geom.Point2D pt)
          Find an element in the supplied subgraph that contains the given point.
 Element GrappaNexus.getElement()
          Get the underlying element.
 Element GraphIterator.nextGraphElement()
          A convenience method that should just return a cast of a call to nextElement()
 

Methods in att.grappa that return types with arguments of type Element
 java.util.List<Element> Subgraph.listOfElements(int types)
          Get a vector of elements in this subgraph and, by recursion, descendant subgraphs.
 

Methods in att.grappa with parameters of type Element
 void GrappaListener.grappaClicked(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, int clickCount, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a single mouse click occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaAdapter.grappaClicked(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, int clickCount, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse click occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaListener.grappaDragged(Subgraph subg, GrappaPoint currentPt, int currentModifiers, Element pressedElem, GrappaPoint pressedPt, int pressedModifiers, GrappaBox outline, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse drag occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaAdapter.grappaDragged(Subgraph subg, GrappaPoint currentPt, int currentModifiers, Element pressedElem, GrappaPoint pressedPt, int pressedModifiers, GrappaBox outline, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse drag occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaListener.grappaPressed(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse press occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaAdapter.grappaPressed(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse press occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaListener.grappaReleased(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, Element pressedElem, GrappaPoint pressedPt, int pressedModifiers, GrappaBox outline, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse release occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 void GrappaAdapter.grappaReleased(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, Element pressedElem, GrappaPoint pressedPt, int pressedModifiers, GrappaBox outline, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a mouse release occurs on a displayed subgraph.
 java.lang.String GrappaListener.grappaTip(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a element tooltip is needed.
 java.lang.String GrappaAdapter.grappaTip(Subgraph subg, Element elem, GrappaPoint pt, int modifiers, GrappaPanel panel)
          The method called when a element tooltip is needed.
static void GrappaSupport.setHighlight(Element elem, int mode, int setting)
          Set the highlight on an element and, possibly, related elements.
 

Constructors in att.grappa with parameters of type Element
GrappaNexus(Element elem)
          Constructs a new GrappaNexus object from an element.
 



Grappa 1.2