Class DisplayFeature

java.lang.Object
io.webfolder.cdp.type.emulation.DisplayFeature

public class DisplayFeature extends Object
  • Constructor Summary

    Constructors
    Constructor
    Description
     
  • Method Summary

    Modifier and Type
    Method
    Description
    A display feature may mask content such that it is not physically displayed - this length along with the offset describes this area.
    The offset from the screen origin in either the x (for vertical orientation) or y (for horizontal orientation) direction.
    Orientation of a display feature in relation to screen
    void
    setMaskLength(Integer maskLength)
    A display feature may mask content such that it is not physically displayed - this length along with the offset describes this area.
    void
    The offset from the screen origin in either the x (for vertical orientation) or y (for horizontal orientation) direction.
    void
    Orientation of a display feature in relation to screen

    Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

    clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
  • Constructor Details

    • DisplayFeature

      public DisplayFeature()
  • Method Details

    • getOrientation

      public DisplayOrientation getOrientation()
      Orientation of a display feature in relation to screen
    • setOrientation

      public void setOrientation(DisplayOrientation orientation)
      Orientation of a display feature in relation to screen
    • getOffset

      public Integer getOffset()
      The offset from the screen origin in either the x (for vertical orientation) or y (for horizontal orientation) direction.
    • setOffset

      public void setOffset(Integer offset)
      The offset from the screen origin in either the x (for vertical orientation) or y (for horizontal orientation) direction.
    • getMaskLength

      public Integer getMaskLength()
      A display feature may mask content such that it is not physically displayed - this length along with the offset describes this area. A display feature that only splits content will have a 0 mask_length.
    • setMaskLength

      public void setMaskLength(Integer maskLength)
      A display feature may mask content such that it is not physically displayed - this length along with the offset describes this area. A display feature that only splits content will have a 0 mask_length.