Provides classes and interface relating to fonts.
MultipleMaster interface represents Type 1
Multiple Master fonts.
OpenType interface represents OpenType and
FontRenderContext class is a container for the
information needed to correctly measure text.
GlyphJustificationInfo class represents information
about the justification properties of a glyph.
GlyphMetrics class represents infomation for a
GlyphVector object is a collection of glyphs
containing geometric information for the placement of each glyph
in a transformed coordinate space which corresponds to the
device on which the
GlyphVector is ultimately
||This class is used with the CHAR_REPLACEMENT attribute.
ImageGraphicAttribute class is an implementation of
GraphicAttribute which draws images in
LineBreakMeasurer class allows styled text to be
broken into lines (or segments) that fit within a particular visual
LineMetrics class allows access to the
metrics needed to layout characters along a line
and to layout of a set of lines.
ShapeGraphicAttribute class is an implementation of
GraphicAttribute that draws shapes in a
TextAttribute class defines attribute keys and
attribute values used for text rendering.
TextHitInfo class represents a character position in a
text model, and a bias, or "side," of the character.
TextLayout is an immutable graphical representation of styled
||Defines a policy for determining the strong caret location.
TextMeasurer provides the primitive operations needed for line
break: measuring up to a given advance, determining the advance of
a range of characters, and generating a
TextLayout for a range of
TransformAttribute class provides an immutable
wrapper for a transform so that it is safe to use as an attribute.
Package java.awt.font Description
Provides classes and interface relating to fonts. It
contains support for representing Type 1, Type 1 Multiple Master
fonts, OpenType fonts, and TrueType fonts.
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