Rhino C++ API  7.22
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CRhinoGripsEnabler Class Referenceabstract

#include <rhinoSdkApp.h>

Public Member Functions

 CRhinoGripsEnabler ()
 See CRhinoApp::RegisterCustomGrips() More...
virtual ~CRhinoGripsEnabler ()
const ON_UUID CustomGripsId () const
virtual void TurnOnGrips (CRhinoObject *object) const =0

Static Public Member Functions

static int CompareGripsId (CRhinoGripsEnabler *const *, CRhinoGripsEnabler *const *)

Public Attributes

ON_UUID m_grips_id

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ CRhinoGripsEnabler()

CRhinoGripsEnabler::CRhinoGripsEnabler ( )

See CRhinoApp::RegisterCustomGrips()

◆ ~CRhinoGripsEnabler()

virtual CRhinoGripsEnabler::~CRhinoGripsEnabler ( )

Member Function Documentation

◆ CompareGripsId()

static int CRhinoGripsEnabler::CompareGripsId ( CRhinoGripsEnabler *const *  ,
CRhinoGripsEnabler *const *   

◆ CustomGripsId()

const ON_UUID CRhinoGripsEnabler::CustomGripsId ( ) const

◆ TurnOnGrips()

virtual void CRhinoGripsEnabler::TurnOnGrips ( CRhinoObject object) const
pure virtual

If you add custom grips to Rhino and you want those grips to stay on when CRhinoDoc::Replace object is called (for example, somebody translates the object), then you have to register your grips with Rhino.

Member Data Documentation

◆ m_grips_id

ON_UUID CRhinoGripsEnabler::m_grips_id

This is the id is used to distinguish between different types of custom grips. Rhino default grips (the ones you get with the PointsOn command) have the id = nil. Custom grips must have a non-nil id.