Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.swing.text.Element

Packages that use Element
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.event Provides for events fired by Swing components. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look and feel. 
javax.swing.text Provides classes and interfaces that deal with editable and noneditable text components. 
javax.swing.text.html Provides the class HTMLEditorKit and supporting classes for creating HTML text editors. 
 

Uses of Element in javax.swing
 

Constructors in javax.swing with parameters of type Element
JEditorPane.JEditorPaneAccessibleHypertextSupport.HTMLLink(Element e)
           
 

Uses of Element in javax.swing.event
 

Methods in javax.swing.event that return Element
 Element[] DocumentEvent.ElementChange.getChildrenAdded()
          Gets the child elements that were added to the given parent element.
 Element[] DocumentEvent.ElementChange.getChildrenRemoved()
          Gets the child elements that were removed from the given parent element.
 Element DocumentEvent.ElementChange.getElement()
          Returns the element represented.
 Element HyperlinkEvent.getSourceElement()
          Returns the Element that corresponds to the source of the event.
 

Methods in javax.swing.event with parameters of type Element
 DocumentEvent.ElementChange DocumentEvent.getChange(Element elem)
          Gets the change information for the given element.
 

Constructors in javax.swing.event with parameters of type Element
HyperlinkEvent(Object source, HyperlinkEvent.EventType type, URL u, String desc, Element sourceElement)
          Creates a new object representing a hypertext link event.
 

Uses of Element in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic with parameters of type Element
 View BasicPasswordFieldUI.create(Element elem)
          Creates a view (PasswordView) for an element.
 View BasicTextAreaUI.create(Element elem)
          Creates the view for an element.
 View BasicTextFieldUI.create(Element elem)
          Creates a view (FieldView) based on an element.
 View BasicTextUI.create(Element elem)
          Creates a view for an element.
 View BasicTextUI.create(Element elem, int p0, int p1)
          Creates a view for an element.
 

Uses of Element in javax.swing.text
 

Classes in javax.swing.text that implement Element
 class AbstractDocument.AbstractElement
          Implements the abstract part of an element.
 class AbstractDocument.BranchElement
          Implements a composite element that contains other elements.
 class AbstractDocument.LeafElement
          Implements an element that directly represents content of some kind.
protected  class DefaultStyledDocument.SectionElement
          Default root element for a document...
 

Fields in javax.swing.text declared as Element
protected  Element DefaultStyledDocument.AttributeUndoableEdit.element
           
 

Methods in javax.swing.text that return Element
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer.clone(Element parent, Element clonee)
          Creates a copy of this element, with a different parent.
protected  Element AbstractDocument.createBranchElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Creates a document branch element, that can contain other elements.
protected  Element AbstractDocument.createLeafElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int p0, int p1)
          Creates a document leaf element.
 Element ElementIterator.current()
          Fetches the current Element.
 Element ElementIterator.first()
          Fetches the first element.
 Element AbstractDocument.getBidiRootElement()
          Returns the root element of the bidirectional structure for this document.
 Element StyledEditorKit.getCharacterAttributeRun()
          Fetches the element representing the current run of character attributes for the caret.
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.getCharacterElement(int pos)
          Gets a character element based on a position.
 Element StyledDocument.getCharacterElement(int pos)
          Gets the element that represents the character that is at the given offset within the document.
 Element[] AbstractDocument.ElementEdit.getChildrenAdded()
          Gets a list of children that were added.
 Element[] AbstractDocument.ElementEdit.getChildrenRemoved()
          Gets a list of children that were removed.
 Element PlainDocument.getDefaultRootElement()
          Gets the default root element for the document model.
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.getDefaultRootElement()
          Gets the default root element.
abstract  Element AbstractDocument.getDefaultRootElement()
          Returns the root element that views should be based upon unless some other mechanism for assigning views to element structures is provided.
 Element Document.getDefaultRootElement()
          Returns the root element that views should be based upon, unless some other mechanism for assigning views to element structures is provided.
 Element AbstractDocument.ElementEdit.getElement()
          Returns the underlying element.
 Element View.getElement()
          Fetches the structural portion of the subject that this view is mapped to.
abstract  Element AbstractDocument.AbstractElement.getElement(int index)
          Gets a child element.
 Element AbstractDocument.BranchElement.getElement(int index)
          Gets a child element.
 Element AbstractDocument.LeafElement.getElement(int index)
          Gets a child element.
 Element Element.getElement(int index)
          Fetches the child element at the given index.
 Element PlainDocument.getParagraphElement(int pos)
          Get the paragraph element containing the given position.
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.getParagraphElement(int pos)
          Gets the paragraph element at the offset pos.
abstract  Element AbstractDocument.getParagraphElement(int pos)
          Get the paragraph element containing the given position.
 Element StyledDocument.getParagraphElement(int pos)
          Gets the element that represents the paragraph that encloses the given offset within the document.
static Element Utilities.getParagraphElement(JTextComponent c, int offs)
          Determines the element to use for a paragraph/line.
 Element AbstractDocument.AbstractElement.getParentElement()
          Gets the parent of the element.
 Element Element.getParentElement()
          Fetches the parent element.
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer.getRootElement()
          Gets the root element.
 Element[] AbstractDocument.getRootElements()
          Gets all root elements defined.
 Element[] Document.getRootElements()
          Returns all of the root elements that are defined.
 Element ElementIterator.next()
          Fetches the next Element.
 Element AbstractDocument.BranchElement.positionToElement(int pos)
          Gets the child element that contains the given model position.
 Element ElementIterator.previous()
          Fetches the previous Element.
 

Methods in javax.swing.text with parameters of type Element
 Element DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer.clone(Element parent, Element clonee)
          Creates a copy of this element, with a different parent.
 View ViewFactory.create(Element elem)
          Creates a view from the given structural element of a document.
protected  Element AbstractDocument.createBranchElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Creates a document branch element, that can contain other elements.
protected  void StyledEditorKit.createInputAttributes(Element element, MutableAttributeSet set)
          Copies the key/values in elements AttributeSet into set.
protected  Element AbstractDocument.createLeafElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int p0, int p1)
          Creates a document leaf element.
protected  TableView.TableCell TableView.createTableCell(Element elem)
          Deprecated. Table cells can now be any arbitrary View implementation and should be produced by the ViewFactory rather than the table.
protected  TableView.TableRow TableView.createTableRow(Element elem)
          Creates a new table row.
 DocumentEvent.ElementChange AbstractDocument.DefaultDocumentEvent.getChange(Element elem)
          Gets the changes for an element.
protected  String AbstractWriter.getText(Element elem)
          Returns the text associated with the element.
protected  boolean AbstractWriter.inRange(Element next)
          This method determines whether the current element is in the range specified.
 void AbstractDocument.BranchElement.replace(int offset, int length, Element[] elems)
          Replaces content with a new set of elements.
protected  void AbstractWriter.text(Element elem)
          Writes out text.
 

Constructors in javax.swing.text with parameters of type Element
AbstractDocument.AbstractElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Creates a new AbstractElement.
AbstractDocument.BranchElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Constructs a composite element that initially contains no children.
AbstractDocument.ElementEdit(Element e, int index, Element[] removed, Element[] added)
          Constructs an edit record.
AbstractDocument.ElementEdit(Element e, int index, Element[] removed, Element[] added)
          Constructs an edit record.
AbstractDocument.ElementEdit(Element e, int index, Element[] removed, Element[] added)
          Constructs an edit record.
AbstractDocument.LeafElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int offs0, int offs1)
          Constructs an element that represents content within the document (has no children).
AbstractWriter(Writer w, Element root)
          Creates a new AbstractWriter.
AbstractWriter(Writer w, Element root, int pos, int len)
          Creates a new AbstractWriter.
AsyncBoxView(Element elem, int axis)
          Construct a box view that does asynchronous layout.
BoxView(Element elem, int axis)
          Constructs a BoxView.
ComponentView(Element elem)
          Creates a new ComponentView object.
CompositeView(Element elem)
          Constructs a CompositeView for the given element.
DefaultStyledDocument.AttributeUndoableEdit(Element element, AttributeSet newAttributes, boolean isReplacing)
           
DefaultStyledDocument.ElementBuffer(Element root)
          Creates a new ElementBuffer.
ElementIterator(Element root)
          Creates a new ElementIterator.
FieldView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new FieldView wrapped on an element.
FlowView(Element elem, int axis)
          Constructs a FlowView for the given element.
GlyphView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new view wrapped on an element.
IconView(Element elem)
          Creates a new icon view that represents an element.
LabelView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new view wrapped on an element.
ParagraphView(Element elem)
          Constructs a ParagraphView for the given element.
PasswordView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new view wrapped on an element.
PlainView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new PlainView wrapped on an element.
TableView.TableCell(Element elem)
          Deprecated. Constructs a TableCell for the given element.
TableView.TableRow(Element elem)
          Constructs a TableView for the given element.
TableView(Element elem)
          Constructs a TableView for the given element.
View(Element elem)
          Creates a new View object.
WrappedPlainView(Element elem)
          Creates a new WrappedPlainView.
WrappedPlainView(Element elem, boolean wordWrap)
          Creates a new WrappedPlainView.
ZoneView(Element elem, int axis)
          Constructs a ZoneView.
 

Uses of Element in javax.swing.text.html
 

Classes in javax.swing.text.html that implement Element
 class HTMLDocument.BlockElement
          An element that represents a structural block of HTML.
 class HTMLDocument.RunElement
          An element that represents a chunk of text that has a set of HTML character level attributes assigned to it.
 

Methods in javax.swing.text.html that return Element
protected  Element HTMLDocument.createBranchElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Creates a document branch element, that can contain other elements.
protected  Element HTMLDocument.createLeafElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int p0, int p1)
          Creates a document leaf element that directly represents text (doesn't have any children).
protected  Element HTMLEditorKit.HTMLTextAction.findElementMatchingTag(HTMLDocument doc, int offset, HTML.Tag tag)
          Returns the deepest element at offset matching tag.
 Element HTMLDocument.getElement(Element e, Object attribute, Object value)
          Returns the child element of e that contains the attribute, attribute with value value, or null if one isn't found.
 Element HTMLDocument.getElement(String id)
          Returns the element that has the given id Attribute.
protected  Element[] HTMLEditorKit.HTMLTextAction.getElementsAt(HTMLDocument doc, int offset)
          Returns an array of the Elements that contain offset.
 

Methods in javax.swing.text.html with parameters of type Element
protected  void HTMLWriter.comment(Element elem)
          Writes out comments.
 View HTMLEditorKit.HTMLFactory.create(Element elem)
          Creates a view from an element.
protected  Element HTMLDocument.createBranchElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Creates a document branch element, that can contain other elements.
protected  void HTMLEditorKit.createInputAttributes(Element element, MutableAttributeSet set)
          Copies the key/values in elements AttributeSet into set.
protected  Element HTMLDocument.createLeafElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int p0, int p1)
          Creates a document leaf element that directly represents text (doesn't have any children).
protected  void HTMLWriter.emptyTag(Element elem)
          Writes out all empty elements (all tags that have no corresponding end tag).
protected  void HTMLWriter.endTag(Element elem)
          Writes out an end tag for the element.
 Element HTMLDocument.getElement(Element e, Object attribute, Object value)
          Returns the child element of e that contains the attribute, attribute with value value, or null if one isn't found.
 Style StyleSheet.getRule(HTML.Tag t, Element e)
          Fetches the style to use to render the given type of HTML tag.
 void HTMLDocument.insertAfterEnd(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Inserts the HTML specified as a string after the the end of the given element.
 void HTMLDocument.insertAfterStart(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Inserts the HTML specified as a string at the start of the element.
protected  void HTMLEditorKit.InsertHTMLTextAction.insertAtBoundary(JEditorPane editor, HTMLDocument doc, int offset, Element insertElement, String html, HTML.Tag parentTag, HTML.Tag addTag)
          This is invoked when inserting at a boundary.
protected  void HTMLEditorKit.InsertHTMLTextAction.insertAtBoundry(JEditorPane editor, HTMLDocument doc, int offset, Element insertElement, String html, HTML.Tag parentTag, HTML.Tag addTag)
          Deprecated. As of Java 2 platform v1.3, use insertAtBoundary
 void HTMLDocument.insertBeforeEnd(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Inserts the HTML specified as a string at the end of the element.
 void HTMLDocument.insertBeforeStart(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Inserts the HTML specified as a string before the start of the given element.
protected  boolean MinimalHTMLWriter.isText(Element elem)
          Returns true if the element is a text element.
 void HTMLDocument.setInnerHTML(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Replaces the children of the given element with the contents specified as an HTML string.
 void HTMLDocument.setOuterHTML(Element elem, String htmlText)
          Replaces the given element in the parent with the contents specified as an HTML string.
protected  void HTMLWriter.startTag(Element elem)
          Writes out a start tag for the element.
protected  boolean HTMLWriter.synthesizedElement(Element elem)
          Returns true if the element is a synthesized element.
protected  void HTMLWriter.text(Element elem)
          Writes out text.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.text(Element elem)
          Writes out text.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.writeComponent(Element elem)
          Responsible for handling Component Elements; deliberately unimplemented.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.writeContent(Element elem, boolean needsIndenting)
          Writes out the attribute set in an HTML-compliant manner.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.writeImage(Element elem)
          Responsible for handling Icon Elements; deliberately unimplemented.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.writeLeaf(Element elem)
          Responsible for writing out other non-text leaf elements.
protected  void MinimalHTMLWriter.writeStartParagraph(Element elem)
          Emits the start tag for a paragraph.
 

Constructors in javax.swing.text.html with parameters of type Element
BlockView(Element elem, int axis)
          Creates a new view that represents an html box.
FormView(Element elem)
          Creates a new FormView object.
HTMLDocument.BlockElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a)
          Constructs a composite element that initially contains no children.
HTMLDocument.RunElement(Element parent, AttributeSet a, int offs0, int offs1)
          Constructs an element that represents content within the document (has no children).
HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent(Object source, HyperlinkEvent.EventType type, URL targetURL, Element sourceElement, String targetFrame)
          Creates a new object representing a hypertext link event.
HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent(Object source, HyperlinkEvent.EventType type, URL targetURL, String desc, Element sourceElement, String targetFrame)
          Creates a new object representing a hypertext link event.
ImageView(Element elem)
          Creates a new view that represents an IMG element.
InlineView(Element elem)
          Constructs a new view wrapped on an element.
ListView(Element elem)
          Creates a new view that represents a list element.
ObjectView(Element elem)
          Creates a new ObjectView object.
ParagraphView(Element elem)
          Constructs a ParagraphView for the given element.
 


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