SoDirectionalLightDragger Class Reference
[Draggers]

Directional icon you rotate and translate by dragging with the mouse. More...

#include <Inventor/draggers/SoDirectionalLightDragger.h>

Inheritance diagram for SoDirectionalLightDragger:
SoDragger SoInteractionKit SoBaseKit SoNode SoGetView SoFieldContainer SoBase SoRefCounter SoTypedObject

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

virtual SoType getTypeId () const
virtual const SoNodekitCataloggetNodekitCatalog () const
 SoDirectionalLightDragger ()

Static Public Member Functions

static SoType getClassTypeId ()
static const SoNodekitCataloggetClassNodekitCatalog ()

Public Attributes

SoSFRotation rotation
SoSFVec3f translation

Detailed Description

Directional icon you rotate and translate by dragging with the mouse.

SoDirectionalLightDragger is a composite dragger. It looks like a sun with a large arrow coming out of it. The arrow can be rotated about the sun by dragging with the mouse; its orientation is given by the rotation field. You can also drag the sun (and the arrow with it) through 3-space. The location is stored in the translation field.

The dragger uses an SoRotateSphericalDragger for changing the rotation. Instead of using the default spherical geometry, this dragger uses an arrow shape.

The sun is an SoDragPointDragger. Dragging it edits the translation field; conversely, if you change the translation field the sun will move to that new location, bringing the arrow with it. The sun looks and behaves just like the sun in an SoPointLightDragger, as does the material part. See the SoPointLightDragger reference page for details.

Remember: This is not a light source! It just looks like one. If you want to move a light with this dragger, you can either:

You can change the parts in any instance of this dragger using setPart(). The default part geometries are defined as resources for this SoDirectionalLightDragger class. They are detailed in the Dragger Resources section of the online reference page for this class. You can make your program use different default resources for the parts by copying the file $OIVHOME/data/draggerDefaults/directionalLightDragger.iv into your own directory, editing the file, and then setting the environment variable SO_DRAGGER_DIR to be a path to that directory.

See SoDragger for more information about using and customizing draggers, including code examples, using draggers in an immersive VR environment and using WYSIWYG draggers.

SoDirectionalLightDragger.png

FILE FORMAT/DEFAULT

DRAGGER RESOURCES

CATALOG PARTS

SEE ALSO

SoInteractionKit, SoDragger, SoCenterballDragger, SoDragPointDragger, SoHandleBoxDragger, SoJackDragger, SoPointLightDragger, SoRotateCylindricalDragger, SoRotateDiscDragger, SoRotateSphericalDragger, SoScale1Dragger, SoScale2Dragger, SoScale2UniformDragger, SoScaleUniformDragger, SoSpotLightDragger, SoTabBoxDragger, SoTabPlaneDragger, SoTrackballDragger, SoTransformBoxDragger, SoTransformerDragger, SoTranslate1Dragger, SoTranslate2Dragger


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

SoDirectionalLightDragger::SoDirectionalLightDragger (  ) 

Constructor.


Member Function Documentation

static const SoNodekitCatalog* SoDirectionalLightDragger::getClassNodekitCatalog (  )  [static]

Returns the SoNodekitCatalog for this class.

Reimplemented from SoDragger.

static SoType SoDirectionalLightDragger::getClassTypeId (  )  [static]

Returns the type identifier for this class.

Reimplemented from SoDragger.

virtual const SoNodekitCatalog* SoDirectionalLightDragger::getNodekitCatalog (  )  const [virtual]

Returns the SoNodekitCatalog for this instance.

Reimplemented from SoDragger.

virtual SoType SoDirectionalLightDragger::getTypeId (  )  const [virtual]

Returns the type identifier for this specific instance.

Reimplemented from SoDragger.


Member Data Documentation

Orientation of the rotating part (an arrow by default).

Position of the origin of the directional light dragger.


The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:

Open Inventor Toolkit reference manual, generated on 10 Dec 2020
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