Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem

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Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem Class Reference

#include <BillboardGraphicsItem.h>

Inheritance diagram for Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem:

Public Member Functions

Qt::Alignment alignment () const
 
QVector< QRectFboundingRects () const
 
QRectF containsRect (const QPointF &point) const
 
GeoDataCoordinates coordinate () const
 
QVector< QPointFpositions () const
 
void setAlignment (Qt::Alignment alignment)
 
void setCoordinate (const GeoDataCoordinates &coordinates)
 

Detailed Description

Base class for all 2D labels (a.k.a.

billboards) in 3D space.

A BillboardGraphicsItem represents a point of interest on a planet with a geo location. As a result, it may appear more than once on the map, depending on the projection and the zoom level.

Definition at line 28 of file BillboardGraphicsItem.h.

Member Function Documentation

QVector< QRectF > Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem::boundingRects ( ) const

Returns the absolute screen bounding boxes of the item.

Since
0.26.0

Definition at line 109 of file BillboardGraphicsItem.cpp.

QRectF Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem::containsRect ( const QPointF point) const

Returns the rect of one representation of the object that is at the given position.

Definition at line 123 of file BillboardGraphicsItem.cpp.

QVector< QPointF > Marble::BillboardGraphicsItem::positions ( ) const

Returns the absolute screen positions of the item.

All elements indicate the position of the topleft corner in screen coordinates and are based on the viewport of the last paintEvent(). Note that the result list may contain an unbound number of elements, including zero, depending on the item's visibility, the projection and zoom level.

Since
0.26.0

Definition at line 103 of file BillboardGraphicsItem.cpp.


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