Provided by: libtickit-widgets-perl_0.29-3_all
"Tickit::WidgetRole::Alignable" - implement widgets with adjustable alignment
Mixing this parametric role into a Tickit::Widget subclass adds behaviour to implement alignment of content within a possibly-larger space.
The following methods are provided parametrically on the caller package when the module is imported by use Tickit::WidgetRole::Alignable name => NAME, style => STYLE, reshape => RESHAPE; The parameters are name => STRING Optional. The name to use for "NAME" in the following generated methods. Defaults to 'align' if not provided. dir => "h" or "v" Optional. The direction, horizontal or vertical, that the alignment represents. Used to parse symbolic names into fractions. Defaults to 'h' if not provided. reshape => BOOL Optional. If true, the widget will be reshaped after the value has been set by calling the "reshape" method. If false or absent then it will just be redrawn by calling "redraw". NAME $align = $widget->NAME Return the current alignment value set_NAME $widget->set_NAME( $value ) Set the new alignment value Gives a value in the range from 0.0 to 1.0 to align the content display within the window. For vertical direction alignments, the symbolic values "top", "middle" and "bottom" can be supplied instead of 0.0, 0.5 and 1.0 respectively. For horizontal direction alignments, the symbolic values "left", "centre" and "right" can be supplied instead of 0.0, 0.5 and 1.0 respectively. _NAME_allocation ( $before, $alloc, $after ) = $widget->_NAME_allocation( $value, $total ) Returns a list of three integers created by aligning the $value to the given alignment position within the $total. See also "align" in Tickit::Utils.
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