Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.awt.image.renderable.RenderContext

Packages that use RenderContext
java.awt.image.renderable Provides classes and interfaces for producing rendering-independent images. 
 

Uses of RenderContext in java.awt.image.renderable
 

Methods in java.awt.image.renderable that return RenderContext
 RenderContext ContextualRenderedImageFactory.mapRenderContext(int i, RenderContext renderContext, ParameterBlock paramBlock, RenderableImage image)
          Maps the operation's output RenderContext into a RenderContext for each of the operation's sources.
 

Methods in java.awt.image.renderable with parameters of type RenderContext
 RenderedImage ContextualRenderedImageFactory.create(RenderContext renderContext, ParameterBlock paramBlock)
          Creates a rendering, given a RenderContext and a ParameterBlock containing the operation's sources and parameters.
 RenderedImage RenderableImageOp.createRendering(RenderContext renderContext)
          Creates a RenderedImage which represents this RenderableImageOp (including its Renderable sources) rendered according to the given RenderContext.
 RenderedImage RenderableImage.createRendering(RenderContext renderContext)
          Creates a RenderedImage that represented a rendering of this image using a given RenderContext.
 RenderContext ContextualRenderedImageFactory.mapRenderContext(int i, RenderContext renderContext, ParameterBlock paramBlock, RenderableImage image)
          Maps the operation's output RenderContext into a RenderContext for each of the operation's sources.
 void RenderableImageProducer.setRenderContext(RenderContext rc)
          Sets a new RenderContext to use for the next startProduction() call.
 

Constructors in java.awt.image.renderable with parameters of type RenderContext
RenderableImageProducer(RenderableImage rdblImage, RenderContext rc)
          Constructs a new RenderableImageProducer from a RenderableImage and a RenderContext.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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