Rhino C++ API  7.26
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CRhinoGumballDragSettings Class Reference

#include <rhinoSdkGumball.h>

Public Member Functions

 CRhinoGumballDragSettings ()
void CheckShiftAndControlKeysXX ()
void SetToDefaultDragSettings ()

Public Attributes

bool m_bRelocateGumball
bool m_bSnappingEnabled
double m_rotation_snap
int m_scale_mode
 0 free, 1 x=y, 2 y=z, 3 z=x, 4 x=y=z More...
double m_translation_snap

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ CRhinoGumballDragSettings()

CRhinoGumballDragSettings::CRhinoGumballDragSettings ( )

User interface events can modify the way the gumball dragging is interpreted. GUMBALL_MODE parameters indicate what atomic control is being changed. This class indicates how the action should be interpreted.

Member Function Documentation

◆ CheckShiftAndControlKeysXX()

void CRhinoGumballDragSettings::CheckShiftAndControlKeysXX ( )

If the shift key is depressed, then m_bSnappingEnabled is set to true. If the control key is depressed, then m_bRelocateGumball is set to true.

◆ SetToDefaultDragSettings()

void CRhinoGumballDragSettings::SetToDefaultDragSettings ( )

m_bRelocateGumball = false, m_bSnappingEnabled = false

Member Data Documentation

◆ m_bRelocateGumball

bool CRhinoGumballDragSettings::m_bRelocateGumball

◆ m_bSnappingEnabled

bool CRhinoGumballDragSettings::m_bSnappingEnabled

If true, the gumball is being relocated and should not tranform objects.

◆ m_rotation_snap

double CRhinoGumballDragSettings::m_rotation_snap

Rotation snapping: m_rotation_snap is an angle in radians. If the angle is > 0, then any rotation will be a multiple of this angle.

◆ m_scale_mode

int CRhinoGumballDragSettings::m_scale_mode

0 free, 1 x=y, 2 y=z, 3 z=x, 4 x=y=z

Scale lock: If scaling is occuring, m_scale_mode determines if dragging one scale grip should be applied to other scale directions.

◆ m_translation_snap

double CRhinoGumballDragSettings::m_translation_snap

Translation snapping: If m_translation_snap > 0.0, then any axis translation distances will be a multiple of this distance.