Instance Method

lineFragmentUsedRect(forGlyphAt:effectiveRange:)

Returns the usage rectangle for the line fragment in which the given glyph is laid and (optionally) by reference the whole range of glyphs that are in that fragment.

Declaration

iOS, Mac Catalyst, tvOS
func lineFragmentUsedRect(forGlyphAt glyphIndex: Int, effectiveRange effectiveGlyphRange: NSRangePointer?) -> CGRect
macOS
func lineFragmentUsedRect(forGlyphAt glyphIndex: Int, effectiveRange effectiveGlyphRange: NSRangePointer?) -> NSRect

Parameters

glyphIndex

The glyph for which to return the line fragment used rectangle.

effectiveGlyphRange

If not NULL, on output, the range for all glyphs in the line fragment.

Return Value

The used rectangle for the line fragment in which the given glyph is laid out.

Discussion

This method causes glyph generation and layout for the line fragment containing the specified glyph, or if noncontiguous layout is not enabled, up to and including that line fragment.

Line fragment used rectangles are always in container coordinates.

Overriding this method is not recommended. If the the line fragment used rectangle needs to be modified, that should be done at the typesetter level or by calling setLineFragmentRect(_:forGlyphRange:usedRect:).

See Also

Getting Layout Information

func attachmentSize(forGlyphAt: Int) -> CGSize

For a glyph corresponding to an attachment, returns the size for the attachment cell to occupy.

func drawsOutsideLineFragment(forGlyphAt: Int) -> Bool

Indicates whether the glyph draws outside of its line fragment rectangle.

var extraLineFragmentRect: CGRect

The rectangle defining the extra line fragment for the insertion point at the end of a text (either in an empty text or after a final paragraph separator).

var extraLineFragmentTextContainer: NSTextContainer?

The text container that contains the extra line fragment rectangle.

var extraLineFragmentUsedRect: CGRect

The rectangle enclosing the insertion point drawn in the extra line fragment rectangle.

func firstUnlaidCharacterIndex() -> Int

The index for the first character in the layout manager that has not been laid out.

func firstUnlaidGlyphIndex() -> Int

The index for the first glyph in the layout manager that has not been laid out.

func getFirstUnlaidCharacterIndex(UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?, glyphIndex: UnsafeMutablePointer<Int>?)

Returns the indexes for the first character and glyph that have invalid layout information.

func lineFragmentRect(forGlyphAt: Int, effectiveRange: NSRangePointer?) -> CGRect

Returns the rectangle for the line fragment in which the given glyph is laid out and (optionally), by reference, the whole range of glyphs that are in that fragment.

func lineFragmentRect(forGlyphAt: Int, effectiveRange: NSRangePointer?, withoutAdditionalLayout: Bool) -> CGRect

Returns the line fragment rectangle containing the glyph at the given glyph index.

func lineFragmentUsedRect(forGlyphAt: Int, effectiveRange: NSRangePointer?, withoutAdditionalLayout: Bool) -> CGRect

Returns the usage rectangle for the line fragment in which the given glyph is laid and (optionally) by reference the whole range of glyphs that are in that fragment.

func location(forGlyphAt: Int) -> CGPoint

Returns the location for the given glyph within its line fragment.

func notShownAttribute(forGlyphAt: Int) -> Bool

Indicates whether the glyph at the given index is one that isn’t shown.

func truncatedGlyphRange(inLineFragmentForGlyphAt: Int) -> NSRange

Returns the range of truncated glyphs for a line fragment containing the specified index.