Source code for qpageview.rubberband

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"""
Rubberband selection in a View.
"""


from PyQt5.QtCore import QEvent, QPoint, QRect, QSize, Qt, pyqtSignal
from PyQt5.QtGui import QColor, QContextMenuEvent, QCursor, QPainter, QPalette, QPen, QRegion
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QApplication, QWidget


# dragging/moving selection:
_OUTSIDE = 0
_LEFT    = 1
_TOP     = 2
_RIGHT   = 4
_BOTTOM  = 8
_INSIDE  = 15


[docs]class Rubberband(QWidget): """A Rubberband to select a rectangular region. A Rubberband is added to a View with view.setRubberband(). The Rubberband lets the user select a rectangular region. When the selection is changed, the `selectionChanged` signal is emitted, having the selection rectangle in layout coordinates as argument. Instance variables: ``showbutton`` (Qt.RightButton) the button used to drag a new rectangle ``dragbutton`` (Qt.LeftButton) the button to alter an existing rectangle ``trackSelection`` (False) whether to continuously emit selectionChanged(). When True, ``selectionChanged()`` is emitted on every change, when False, the signal is only emitted when the mouse button is released. """ selectionChanged = pyqtSignal(QRect) # the button used to drag a new rectangle showbutton = Qt.RightButton # the button to alter an existing rectangle dragbutton = Qt.LeftButton # whether to continuously track the selection trackSelection = False def __init__(self): super().__init__() self._dragging = False self._dragedge = 0 self._dragpos = None self._selection = QRect() self._layoutOffset = None # used to keep on spot during resize/zoom self.setMouseTracking(True) self.setContextMenuPolicy(Qt.PreventContextMenu)
[docs] def paintEvent(self, ev): ### Paint code contributed by Richard Cognot Jun 2012 color = self.palette().color(QPalette.Highlight) painter = QPainter(self) # Filled rectangle. painter.setClipRect(self.rect()) color.setAlpha(50) painter.fillRect(self.rect().adjusted(2,2,-2,-2), color) # Thin rectangle outside. color.setAlpha(150) painter.setPen(color) # XXX can this adjustment be done smarter? adjust = -1 / self.devicePixelRatio() painter.drawRect(self.rect().adjusted(0, 0, adjust, adjust)) # Pseudo-handles at the corners and sides color.setAlpha(100) pen = QPen(color) pen.setWidth(8) painter.setPen(pen) painter.setBackgroundMode(Qt.OpaqueMode) # Clip at 4 corners region = QRegion(QRect(0,0,20,20)) region += QRect(self.rect().width()-20, 0, 20, 20) region += QRect(self.rect().width()-20, self.rect().height()-20, 20, 20) region += QRect(0, self.rect().height()-20, 20, 20) # Clip middles region += QRect(0, self.rect().height() // 2 - 10, self.rect().width(), 20) region += QRect(self.rect().width() // 2 - 10, 0, 20, self.rect().height()) # Draw thicker rectangles, clipped at corners and sides. painter.setClipRegion(region) painter.drawRect(self.rect())
[docs] def edge(self, point): """Return the edge where the point touches our geometry.""" rect = self.geometry() if point not in rect: return _OUTSIDE edge = 0 if point.x() <= rect.left() + 8: edge |= _LEFT elif point.x() >= rect.right() - 8: edge |= _RIGHT if point.y() <= rect.top() + 8: edge |= _TOP elif point.y() >= rect.bottom() - 8: edge |= _BOTTOM return edge or _INSIDE
[docs] def adjustCursor(self, edge): """Sets the cursor shape when we are at edge.""" cursor = None if edge in (_TOP, _BOTTOM): cursor = Qt.SizeVerCursor elif edge in (_LEFT, _RIGHT): cursor = Qt.SizeHorCursor elif edge in (_LEFT | _TOP, _RIGHT | _BOTTOM): cursor = Qt.SizeFDiagCursor elif edge in (_TOP | _RIGHT, _BOTTOM | _LEFT): cursor = Qt.SizeBDiagCursor elif edge is _INSIDE: cursor = Qt.SizeAllCursor if cursor: self.setCursor(cursor) else: self.unsetCursor()
[docs] def hasSelection(self): """Return True when there is a selection.""" return bool(self._selection)
[docs] def selection(self): """Return our selection rectangle, relative to the view's layout position.""" return self._selection
[docs] def selectedPages(self): """Yield tuples (page, rect) describing the selection. Every rect is intersected with the page rect and translated to the page's position. """ rect = self.selection() if rect: view = self.parent().parent() layout = view.pageLayout() for page in layout.pagesAt(rect): yield page, rect.intersected(page.geometry()).translated(-page.pos())
[docs] def selectedPage(self): """Returns (page, rect) if there is a selection. If the selection contains more pages, the largest intersection is chosen. If no meaningful area is selected, (None, None) is returned. """ selection = sorted(self.selectedPages(), key=lambda pr: pr[1].height() + pr[1].width()) if selection: return selection[-1] else: return None, None
[docs] def selectedImage(self, resolution=None, paperColor=None): """Returns an image of the selected part on a Page. If resolution is None, the displayed size is chosen. Otherwise, the resolution is an integer, interpreted as DPI (dots per inch). """ page, rect = self.selectedPage() if page and rect: if resolution is None: view = self.parent().parent() try: ratio = view.devicePixelRatioF() except AttributeError: ratio = view.devicePixelRatio() resolution = view.physicalDpiX() * view.zoomFactor() * ratio return page.image(rect, resolution, resolution, paperColor)
[docs] def selectedText(self): """Return the text found in the selection, as far as the pages support it.""" result = [] for page, rect in self.selectedPages(): result.append(page.text(rect)) return '\n'.join(result)
[docs] def setSelection(self, rect): """Sets the selection, the rectangle should be relative to the view's layout position.""" if rect: view = self.parent().parent() geom = rect.translated(view.layoutPosition()) self.setGeometry(geom) self._setLayoutOffset(geom.topLeft()) self._oldZoom = view.zoomFactor() self.show() self._setSelectionFromGeometry(geom) else: self.hide() self._setSelectionFromGeometry(QRect())
[docs] def clearSelection(self): """Hide ourselves and clear the selection.""" self.hide() self._dragging = False self._setSelectionFromGeometry(QRect())
def _setSelectionFromGeometry(self, rect): """(Internal) Called to emit the selectionChanged signal. Only emits the signal when the selection really changed. The rect should be our geometry or an empty QRect(). """ if rect: view = self.parent().parent() rect = rect.translated(-view.layoutPosition()) old, self._selection = self._selection, rect if rect != old: self.selectionChanged.emit(rect) def _setLayoutOffset(self, pos): """Store the position as offset from the layout, and also from the page at that position. Used for keeping the same spot on zoom change. """ view = self.parent().parent() pos = pos - view.layoutPosition() self._layoutOffset = view.pageLayout().pos2offset(pos) def _getLayoutOffset(self): """Get the stored layout offset position back, after zoom or move.""" view = self.parent().parent() pos = view.pageLayout().offset2pos(self._layoutOffset) return pos + view.layoutPosition()
[docs] def scrollBy(self, diff): """Called by the View when scrolling.""" if not self._dragging: self.move(self.pos() + diff) # adjust the cursor self.adjustCursor(self.edge(self.parent().mapFromGlobal(QCursor.pos()))) elif self._dragedge != _INSIDE: self._draggeom.moveTo(self._draggeom.topLeft() + diff) self.dragBy(-diff) elif self.isVisible() and self.trackSelection: self._setSelectionFromGeometry(self.geometry())
[docs] def startDrag(self, pos, button): """Start dragging the rubberband.""" self._dragging = True self._dragpos = pos self._dragedge = self.edge(pos) self._draggeom = self.geometry() self._dragbutton = button
[docs] def drag(self, pos): """Continue dragging the rubberband, scrolling the View if necessary.""" diff = pos - self._dragpos self._dragpos = pos self.dragBy(diff) # check if we are dragging close to the edge of the view, scroll if needed view = self.parent().parent() view.scrollForDragging(pos)
[docs] def dragBy(self, diff): """Drag by diff (QPoint).""" edge = self._dragedge self._draggeom.adjust( diff.x() if edge & _LEFT else 0, diff.y() if edge & _TOP else 0, diff.x() if edge & _RIGHT else 0, diff.y() if edge & _BOTTOM else 0) geom = self._draggeom.normalized() if geom.isValid(): self.setGeometry(geom) if self.trackSelection: self._setSelectionFromGeometry(geom) if self.cursor().shape() in (Qt.SizeBDiagCursor, Qt.SizeFDiagCursor): # we're dragging a corner, use correct diagonal cursor bdiag = (edge in (3, 12)) ^ (self._draggeom.width() * self._draggeom.height() >= 0) self.setCursor(Qt.SizeBDiagCursor if bdiag else Qt.SizeFDiagCursor)
[docs] def stopDrag(self): """Stop dragging the rubberband.""" self._dragging = False # TODO: use the kinetic scroller if implemented view = self.parent().parent() view.stopScrolling() if self.width() < 8 and self.height() < 8: self.unsetCursor() self._setSelectionFromGeometry(QRect()) else: self._setSelectionFromGeometry(self.geometry()) self._setLayoutOffset(self.pos())
[docs] def slotZoomChanged(self, zoom): """Called when the zooming in the view changes, resizes ourselves.""" if self.hasSelection(): view = self.parent().parent() factor = zoom / self._oldZoom self._oldZoom = zoom geom = QRect(self._getLayoutOffset(), self.size() * factor) self.setGeometry(geom) self._setSelectionFromGeometry(geom)
[docs] def eventFilter(self, viewport, ev): """Act on events in the viewport: * keep on the same place when the viewport resizes * start dragging the selection if showbutton clicked (preventing the contextmenu if the showbutton is the right button) * end a drag on mousebutton release, if that button would have shown the context menu, show it on button release. """ if ev.type() == QEvent.Resize and self.isVisible(): view = self.parent().parent() if not view.viewMode(): # fixed scale, try to keep ourselves in the same position on resize self.move(self._getLayoutOffset()) elif (self.showbutton == Qt.RightButton and isinstance(ev, QContextMenuEvent) and ev.reason() == QContextMenuEvent.Mouse): # suppress context menu event if that would coincide with start selection if not self._dragging or (self.geometry() and self.edge(ev.pos()) == _INSIDE): return False return True elif not self._dragging: if ev.type() == QEvent.MouseButtonPress and ev.button() == self.showbutton: if self.isVisible(): # this cancels a previous selection if we were visible self._setSelectionFromGeometry(QRect()) self.setGeometry(QRect(ev.pos(), QSize(0, 0))) self._setLayoutOffset(ev.pos()) self._oldZoom = viewport.parent().zoomFactor() self.startDrag(ev.pos(), ev.button()) self._dragedge = _RIGHT | _BOTTOM self.adjustCursor(self._dragedge) self.show() return True elif self._dragging: if ev.type() == QEvent.MouseMove: self.drag(ev.pos()) return True elif ev.type() == QEvent.MouseButtonRelease and ev.button() == self._dragbutton: self.stopDrag() if ev.button() == Qt.RightButton: QApplication.postEvent(viewport, QContextMenuEvent(QContextMenuEvent.Mouse, ev.pos())) return True return False
[docs] def mousePressEvent(self, ev): """Can start a new drag when we are clicked ourselves.""" pos = self.mapToParent(ev.pos()) if not self._dragging: if ev.button() == self.dragbutton: self.startDrag(pos, ev.button()) elif ev.button() == self.showbutton: if self.showbutton != Qt.RightButton or self.edge(pos) != _INSIDE: self.startDrag(pos, ev.button())
[docs] def mouseMoveEvent(self, ev): """Move if we are dragging; show the correct cursor shape on the edges.""" pos = self.mapToParent(ev.pos()) if self._dragging: self.drag(pos) else: edge = self.edge(pos) self.adjustCursor(edge)
[docs] def mouseReleaseEvent(self, ev): """End a self-initiated drag; if the right button was used; send a context menu event.""" if self._dragging and ev.button() == self._dragbutton: self.stopDrag() if ev.button() == Qt.RightButton: QApplication.postEvent(self.parent(), QContextMenuEvent(QContextMenuEvent.Mouse, ev.pos() + self.pos()))