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class:JSpinner.AccessibleJSpinner [NONE]

constructor:<init>() [NONE]

  • AccessibleJSpinner

    protected AccessibleJSpinner()
    AccessibleJSpinner constructor

method:stateChanged(javax.swing.event.ChangeEvent) [NONE]

  • stateChanged

    public void stateChanged​(ChangeEvent e)
    Invoked when the target of the listener has changed its state.
    Specified by:
    stateChanged in interface ChangeListener
    Parameters:
    e - a ChangeEvent object. Must not be null.
    Throws:
    NullPointerException - if the parameter is null.

method:getAccessibleRole() [NONE]

  • getAccessibleRole

    public AccessibleRole getAccessibleRole()
    Gets the role of this object. The role of the object is the generic purpose or use of the class of this object. For example, the role of a push button is AccessibleRole.PUSH_BUTTON. The roles in AccessibleRole are provided so component developers can pick from a set of predefined roles. This enables assistive technologies to provide a consistent interface to various tweaked subclasses of components (e.g., use AccessibleRole.PUSH_BUTTON for all components that act like a push button) as well as distinguish between subclasses that behave differently (e.g., AccessibleRole.CHECK_BOX for check boxes and AccessibleRole.RADIO_BUTTON for radio buttons).

    Note that the AccessibleRole class is also extensible, so custom component developers can define their own AccessibleRole's if the set of predefined roles is inadequate.

    Overrides:
    getAccessibleRole in class JComponent.AccessibleJComponent
    Returns:
    an instance of AccessibleRole describing the role of the object
    See Also:
    AccessibleRole

method:getAccessibleChildrenCount() [NONE]

method:getAccessibleChild(int) [NONE]

  • getAccessibleChild

    public Accessible getAccessibleChild​(int i)
    Returns the specified Accessible child of the object. The Accessible children of an Accessible object are zero-based, so the first child of an Accessible child is at index 0, the second child is at index 1, and so on.
    Overrides:
    getAccessibleChild in class JComponent.AccessibleJComponent
    Parameters:
    i - zero-based index of child
    Returns:
    the Accessible child of the object
    See Also:
    getAccessibleChildrenCount()

method:getAccessibleAction() [NONE]

method:getAccessibleText() [NONE]

method:getAccessibleValue() [NONE]

method:getCurrentAccessibleValue() [NONE]

method:setCurrentAccessibleValue(java.lang.Number) [NONE]

method:getMinimumAccessibleValue() [NONE]

method:getMaximumAccessibleValue() [NONE]

method:getAccessibleActionCount() [NONE]

  • getAccessibleActionCount

    public int getAccessibleActionCount()
    Returns the number of accessible actions available in this object If there are more than one, the first one is considered the "default" action of the object. Two actions are supported: AccessibleAction.INCREMENT which increments the spinner value and AccessibleAction.DECREMENT which decrements the spinner value
    Specified by:
    getAccessibleActionCount in interface AccessibleAction
    Returns:
    the zero-based number of Actions in this object

method:getAccessibleActionDescription(int) [NONE]

method:doAccessibleAction(int) [NONE]

  • doAccessibleAction

    public boolean doAccessibleAction​(int i)
    Performs the specified Action on the object
    Specified by:
    doAccessibleAction in interface AccessibleAction
    Parameters:
    i - zero-based index of actions. The first action (index 0) is AccessibleAction.INCREMENT and the second action (index 1) is AccessibleAction.DECREMENT.
    Returns:
    true if the action was performed; otherwise false.
    See Also:
    getAccessibleActionCount()

method:getIndexAtPoint(java.awt.Point) [NONE]

  • getIndexAtPoint

    public int getIndexAtPoint​(Point p)
    Given a point in local coordinates, return the zero-based index of the character under that Point. If the point is invalid, this method returns -1.
    Specified by:
    getIndexAtPoint in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    p - the Point in local coordinates
    Returns:
    the zero-based index of the character under Point p; if Point is invalid return -1.

method:getCharacterBounds(int) [NONE]

  • getCharacterBounds

    public Rectangle getCharacterBounds​(int i)
    Determines the bounding box of the character at the given index into the string. The bounds are returned in local coordinates. If the index is invalid an empty rectangle is returned.
    Specified by:
    getCharacterBounds in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    i - the index into the String
    Returns:
    the screen coordinates of the character's bounding box, if index is invalid return an empty rectangle.

method:getCharCount() [NONE]

  • getCharCount

    public int getCharCount()
    Returns the number of characters (valid indicies)
    Specified by:
    getCharCount in interface AccessibleText
    Returns:
    the number of characters

method:getCaretPosition() [NONE]

  • getCaretPosition

    public int getCaretPosition()
    Returns the zero-based offset of the caret. Note: That to the right of the caret will have the same index value as the offset (the caret is between two characters).
    Specified by:
    getCaretPosition in interface AccessibleText
    Returns:
    the zero-based offset of the caret.

method:getAtIndex(int,int) [NONE]

  • getAtIndex

    public String getAtIndex​(int part,
                             int index)
    Returns the String at a given index.
    Specified by:
    getAtIndex in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    part - the CHARACTER, WORD, or SENTENCE to retrieve
    index - an index within the text
    Returns:
    the letter, word, or sentence

method:getAfterIndex(int,int) [NONE]

  • getAfterIndex

    public String getAfterIndex​(int part,
                                int index)
    Returns the String after a given index.
    Specified by:
    getAfterIndex in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    part - the CHARACTER, WORD, or SENTENCE to retrieve
    index - an index within the text
    Returns:
    the letter, word, or sentence

method:getBeforeIndex(int,int) [NONE]

  • getBeforeIndex

    public String getBeforeIndex​(int part,
                                 int index)
    Returns the String before a given index.
    Specified by:
    getBeforeIndex in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    part - the CHARACTER, WORD, or SENTENCE to retrieve
    index - an index within the text
    Returns:
    the letter, word, or sentence

method:getCharacterAttribute(int) [NONE]

  • getCharacterAttribute

    public AttributeSet getCharacterAttribute​(int i)
    Returns the AttributeSet for a given character at a given index
    Specified by:
    getCharacterAttribute in interface AccessibleText
    Parameters:
    i - the zero-based index into the text
    Returns:
    the AttributeSet of the character

method:getSelectionStart() [NONE]

  • getSelectionStart

    public int getSelectionStart()
    Returns the start offset within the selected text. If there is no selection, but there is a caret, the start and end offsets will be the same.
    Specified by:
    getSelectionStart in interface AccessibleText
    Returns:
    the index into the text of the start of the selection

method:getSelectionEnd() [NONE]

  • getSelectionEnd

    public int getSelectionEnd()
    Returns the end offset within the selected text. If there is no selection, but there is a caret, the start and end offsets will be the same.
    Specified by:
    getSelectionEnd in interface AccessibleText
    Returns:
    the index into the text of the end of the selection

method:getSelectedText() [NONE]

  • getSelectedText

    public String getSelectedText()
    Returns the portion of the text that is selected.
    Specified by:
    getSelectedText in interface AccessibleText
    Returns:
    the String portion of the text that is selected

method:setTextContents(java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • setTextContents

    public void setTextContents​(String s)
    Sets the text contents to the specified string.
    Specified by:
    setTextContents in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    s - the string to set the text contents

method:insertTextAtIndex(int,java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • insertTextAtIndex

    public void insertTextAtIndex​(int index,
                                  String s)
    Inserts the specified string at the given index/
    Specified by:
    insertTextAtIndex in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    index - the index in the text where the string will be inserted
    s - the string to insert in the text

method:getTextRange(int,int) [NONE]

  • getTextRange

    public String getTextRange​(int startIndex,
                               int endIndex)
    Returns the text string between two indices.
    Specified by:
    getTextRange in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text
    Returns:
    the text string between the indices

method:delete(int,int) [NONE]

  • delete

    public void delete​(int startIndex,
                       int endIndex)
    Deletes the text between two indices
    Specified by:
    delete in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text

method:cut(int,int) [NONE]

  • cut

    public void cut​(int startIndex,
                    int endIndex)
    Cuts the text between two indices into the system clipboard.
    Specified by:
    cut in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text

method:paste(int) [NONE]

  • paste

    public void paste​(int startIndex)
    Pastes the text from the system clipboard into the text starting at the specified index.
    Specified by:
    paste in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text

method:replaceText(int,int,java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • replaceText

    public void replaceText​(int startIndex,
                            int endIndex,
                            String s)
    Replaces the text between two indices with the specified string.
    Specified by:
    replaceText in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text
    s - the string to replace the text between two indices

method:selectText(int,int) [NONE]

  • selectText

    public void selectText​(int startIndex,
                           int endIndex)
    Selects the text between two indices.
    Specified by:
    selectText in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text

method:setAttributes(int,int,javax.swing.text.AttributeSet) [NONE]

  • setAttributes

    public void setAttributes​(int startIndex,
                              int endIndex,
                              AttributeSet as)
    Sets attributes for the text between two indices.
    Specified by:
    setAttributes in interface AccessibleEditableText
    Parameters:
    startIndex - the starting index in the text
    endIndex - the ending index in the text
    as - the attribute set
    See Also:
    AttributeSet

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