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// Copyright 1998-2006 by Bill Spitzak and others.
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#include <fltk/events.h>
#include <fltk/damage.h>
#include <fltk/Group.h>
#include <fltk/Box.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#include "fltkcomplexbutton.hh"

using namespace fltk;
using namespace dw::fltk::ui;

/*! \class fltk::ComplexButton

  ComplexButtons generate callbacks when they are clicked by the user. You
  control exactly when and how by changing the values for when():
  - fltk::WHEN_NEVER: The callback is not done, instead changed() is
    turned on.
  - fltk::WHEN_RELEASE: This is the default, the callback is done
    after the user successfully clicks the button (i.e. they let it go
    with the mouse still pointing at it), or when a shortcut is typed.
  - fltk::WHEN_CHANGED : The callback is done each time the value()
    changes (when the user pushes and releases the button, and as the
    mouse is dragged around in and out of the button).

  ComplexButtons can also generate callbacks in response to fltk::SHORTCUT
  events. The button can either have an explicit shortcut() value or a
  letter shortcut can be indicated in the label() with an '&'
  character before it. For the label shortcut it does not matter if
  Alt is held down, but if you have an input field in the same window,
  the user will have to hold down the Alt key so that the input field
  does not eat the event first as an fltk::KEY event.

  \image html buttons.gif
*/

/*! \fn bool ComplexButton::value() const
  The current value. True means it is pushed down, false means it is
  not pushed down. The ToggleComplexButton subclass provides the ability for
  the user to change this value permanently, otherwise it is just
  temporary while the user is holding the button down.

  This is the same as Widget::state().
*/

/*! \fn bool ComplexButton::value(bool)
  Change the value(). Redraws the button and returns true if the new
  value is different. This is the same function as Widget::state().
  See also Widget::set(), Widget::clear(), and Widget::setonly().

  If you turn it on, a normal button will draw pushed-in, until
  the user clicks it and releases it.
*/

static bool initial_state;

int ComplexButton::handle(int event) {
  return handle(event, Rectangle(w(),h()));
}

int ComplexButton::handle(int event, const Rectangle& rectangle) {
  switch (event) {
  case ENTER:
  case LEAVE:
    redraw_highlight();
  case MOVE:
    return 1;
  case PUSH:
    if (pushed()) return 1; // ignore extra pushes on currently-pushed button
    initial_state = state();
    clear_flag(PUSHED);
    /* do_callback(); */
  case DRAG: {
    bool inside = event_inside(rectangle);
    if (inside) {
      if (!flag(PUSHED)) {
        set_flag(PUSHED);
        redraw(DAMAGE_VALUE);
      }
    } else {
      if (flag(PUSHED)) {
        clear_flag(PUSHED);
        redraw(DAMAGE_VALUE);
      }
    }
    if (when() & WHEN_CHANGED) { // momentary button must record state()
      if (state(inside ? !initial_state : initial_state))
        do_callback();
    }
    return 1;}
  case RELEASE:
    if (!flag(PUSHED)) return 1;
    clear_flag(PUSHED);
    redraw(DAMAGE_VALUE);
    if (type() == RADIO)
      setonly();
    else if (type()) // TOGGLE
      state(!initial_state);
    else {
      state(initial_state);
      if (when() & WHEN_CHANGED) {do_callback(); return 1;}
    }
    if (when() & WHEN_RELEASE) do_callback(); else set_changed();
    return 1;
  case FOCUS:
    redraw(1); // minimal redraw to just add the focus box
    // grab initial focus if we are an ReturnComplexButton:
    return shortcut()==ReturnKey ? 2 : 1;
  case UNFOCUS:
    redraw(DAMAGE_HIGHLIGHT);
    return 1;
  case KEY:
    if (event_key() == ' ' || event_key() == ReturnKey
        || event_key() == KeypadEnter) goto EXECUTE;
    return 0;
  case SHORTCUT:
    if (!test_shortcut()) return 0;
  EXECUTE:
    if (type() == RADIO) {
      if (!state()) {
        setonly();
        if (when() & WHEN_CHANGED) do_callback(); else set_changed();
      }
    } else if (type()) { // TOGGLE
      state(!state());
      if (when() & WHEN_CHANGED) do_callback(); else set_changed();
    }
    if (when() & WHEN_RELEASE) do_callback();
    return 1;
  default:
    return 0;
  }
}

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#include <fltk/draw.h>

extern Widget* fl_did_clipping;

/*!
  This function provides a mess of back-compatabilty and Windows
  emulation to subclasses of ComplexButton to draw with. It will draw the
  button according to the current state of being pushed and it's
  state(). If non-zero is passed for \a glyph_width then the glyph()
  is drawn in that space on the left (or on the right if negative),
  and it assummes the glyph indicates the state(), so the box is only
  used to indicate the pushed state.
*/
void ComplexButton::draw(int glyph_width) const
{
  // For back-compatability, setting color() or box() directly on a plain
  // button will cause it to act like buttoncolor() or buttonbox() are
  // set:
  Style localstyle;
  const Style* style = this->style();
  if (!glyph_width) {
    localstyle = *style;
    if (localstyle.color_) localstyle.buttoncolor_ = localstyle.color_;
    if (localstyle.box_) localstyle.buttonbox_ = localstyle.box_;
    if (localstyle.labelcolor_) localstyle.textcolor_ = localstyle.labelcolor_;
    style = &localstyle;
  }

  Box* box = style->buttonbox();

  Flags box_flags = flags() | OUTPUT;
  Flags glyph_flags = box_flags & ~(HIGHLIGHT|OUTPUT);
  if (glyph_width) box_flags &= ~STATE;

  // only draw "inside" labels:
  Rectangle r(0,0,w(),h());

  if (box == NO_BOX) {
    Color bg;
    if (box_flags & HIGHLIGHT && (bg = style->highlight_color())) {
      setcolor(bg);
      fillrect(r);
    } else if (label() || (damage()&(DAMAGE_EXPOSE|DAMAGE_HIGHLIGHT))) {
      // erase the background so we can redraw the label in the new color:
      draw_background();
    }
    // this allows these buttons to be put into browser/menus:
    //fg = fl_item_labelcolor(this);
  } else {
    if ((damage()&(DAMAGE_EXPOSE|DAMAGE_HIGHLIGHT))
        && !box->fills_rectangle()) {
      // Erase the area behind non-square boxes
      draw_background();
    }
  }

  // Draw the box:
  drawstyle(style,box_flags);
  // For back-compatability we use any directly-set selection_color()
  // to color the box:
  if (!glyph_width && state() && style->selection_color_) {
    setbgcolor(style->selection_color_);
    setcolor(contrast(style->selection_textcolor(),style->selection_color_));
  }
  box->draw(r);
  Rectangle r1(r); box->inset(r1);

  if (glyph_width) {
    int g = abs(glyph_width);
    Rectangle lr(r1);
    Rectangle gr(r1, g, g);
    if (glyph_width < 0) {
      lr.w(lr.w()-g-3);
      gr.x(r1.r()-g-3);
    } else {
      lr.set_x(g+3);
      gr.x(r1.x()+3);
    }
    this->draw_label(lr, box_flags);
    drawstyle(style,glyph_flags);
    this->glyph()->draw(gr);
    drawstyle(style,box_flags);
  } else {
    this->draw_label(r1, box_flags);
  }
  box->draw_symbol_overlay(r);
}

void ComplexButton::draw() {
  if (type() == HIDDEN) {
    fl_did_clipping = this;
    return;
  }
  draw(0);

  // ComplexButton is a Group, draw its children
  for (int i = children () - 1; i >= 0; i--)
     draw_child (*child (i));
}

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

static NamedStyle style("ComplexButton", 0, &ComplexButton::default_style);
NamedStyle* ComplexButton::default_style = &::style;

ComplexButton::ComplexButton(int x,int y,int w,int h, const char *l) :
   Group(x,y,w,h,l)
{
  style(default_style);
  highlight_color(GRAY20);
  //set_click_to_focus();
}

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

/*! \class fltk::ToggleComplexButton
  This button turns the state() on and off each release of a click
  inside of it.

  You can also convert a regular button into this by doing
  type(ComplexButton::TOGGLE) to it.
*/

//
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