Source code for arcade.application

"""
The main window class that all object-oriented applications should
derive from.
"""
import logging
import os
import sys
import time
from typing import Tuple, Optional

import pyglet

import pyglet.gl as gl
from pyglet.canvas.base import ScreenMode

import arcade
from arcade import get_display_size
from arcade import set_viewport
from arcade import set_window
from arcade.context import ArcadeContext
from arcade.arcade_types import Color
from arcade import SectionManager

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT = 1
MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE = 2
MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT = 4

_window: 'Window'


[docs]def get_screens(): """ Return a list of screens. So for a two-monitor setup, this should return a list of two screens. Can be used with arcade.Window to select which window we full-screen on. :returns: List of screens, one for each monitor. :rtype: List """ display = pyglet.canvas.get_display() return display.get_screens()
[docs]class NoOpenGLException(Exception): """ Exception when we can't get an OpenGL 3.3+ context """ pass
[docs]class Window(pyglet.window.Window): """ The Window class forms the basis of most advanced games that use Arcade. It represents a window on the screen, and manages events. :param int width: Window width :param int height: Window height :param str title: Title (appears in title bar) :param bool fullscreen: Should this be full screen? :param bool resizable: Can the user resize the window? :param float update_rate: How frequently to update the window. :param bool antialiasing: Should OpenGL's anti-aliasing be enabled? :param Tuple[int,int] gl_version: What OpenGL version to request. This is ``(3, 3)`` by default \ and can be overridden when using more advanced OpenGL features. :param bool visible: Should the window be visible immediately :param bool vsync: Wait for vertical screen refresh before swapping buffer \ This can make animations and movement look smoother. :param bool gc_mode: Decides how OpenGL objects should be garbage collected ("context_gc" (default) or "auto") :param bool center_window: If true, will center the window. :param bool samples: Number of samples used in antialiasing (default 4). \ Usually this is 2, 4, 8 or 16. :param bool enable_polling: Enabled input polling capability. This makes the ``keyboard`` and ``mouse`` \ attributes available for use. """ def __init__( self, width: int = 800, height: int = 600, title: Optional[str] = 'Arcade Window', fullscreen: bool = False, resizable: bool = False, update_rate: Optional[float] = 1 / 60, antialiasing: bool = True, gl_version: Tuple[int, int] = (3, 3), screen: pyglet.canvas.Screen = None, style: Optional[str] = pyglet.window.Window.WINDOW_STYLE_DEFAULT, visible: bool = True, vsync: bool = False, gc_mode: str = "context_gc", center_window: bool = False, samples: int = 4, enable_polling: bool = True, gl_api: str = "gl" ): # In certain environments we can't have antialiasing/MSAA enabled. # Detect replit environment if os.environ.get("REPL_ID"): antialiasing = False # Detect Raspberry Pi and switch to OpenGL ES 3.1 if sys.platform != "win32" and "raspi" in os.uname().nodename: gl_version = 3, 1 gl_api = "gles" #: bool: If this is a headless window self.headless = pyglet.options.get("headless") is True config = None # Attempt to make window with antialiasing if antialiasing: try: config = pyglet.gl.Config( major_version=gl_version[0], minor_version=gl_version[1], opengl_api=gl_api, double_buffer=True, sample_buffers=1, samples=samples, ) display = pyglet.canvas.get_display() screen = display.get_default_screen() config = screen.get_best_config(config) except pyglet.window.NoSuchConfigException: LOG.warning("Skipping antialiasing due missing hardware/driver support") config = None antialiasing = False # If we still don't have a config if not config: config = pyglet.gl.Config( major_version=gl_version[0], minor_version=gl_version[1], opengl_api=gl_api, double_buffer=True, ) try: super().__init__(width=width, height=height, caption=title, resizable=resizable, config=config, vsync=vsync, visible=visible, style=style) self.register_event_type('update') self.register_event_type('on_update') except pyglet.window.NoSuchConfigException: raise NoOpenGLException("Unable to create an OpenGL 3.3+ context. " "Check to make sure your system supports OpenGL 3.3 or higher.") if antialiasing: try: gl.glEnable(gl.GL_MULTISAMPLE_ARB) except pyglet.gl.GLException: LOG.warning("Warning: Anti-aliasing not supported on this computer.") if update_rate: self.set_update_rate(update_rate) self.set_vsync(vsync) super().set_fullscreen(fullscreen, screen) # This used to be necessary on Linux, but no longer appears to be. # With Pyglet 2.0+, setting this to false will not allow the screen to # update. It does, however, cause flickering if creating a window that # isn't derived from the Window class. # self.invalid = False set_window(self) self._current_view: Optional[View] = None self.current_camera: Optional[arcade.Camera] = None self.textbox_time = 0.0 self.key: Optional[int] = None self.flip_count: int = 0 self.static_display: bool = False self._ctx: ArcadeContext = ArcadeContext(self, gc_mode=gc_mode, gl_api=gl_api) set_viewport(0, self.width, 0, self.height) self._background_color: Color = (0, 0, 0, 0) # See if we should center the window if center_window: self.center_window() if enable_polling: self.keyboard = pyglet.window.key.KeyStateHandler() if pyglet.options["headless"]: self.push_handlers(self.keyboard) else: self.mouse = pyglet.window.mouse.MouseStateHandler() self.push_handlers(self.keyboard, self.mouse) else: self.keyboard = None self.mouse = None @property def current_view(self) -> Optional["View"]: """ This property returns the current view being shown. To set a different view, call the :py:meth:`arcade.Window.show_view` method. :rtype: arcade.View """ return self._current_view @property def ctx(self) -> ArcadeContext: """ The OpenGL context for this window. :type: :py:class:`arcade.ArcadeContext` """ return self._ctx
[docs] def clear( self, color: Optional[Color] = None, normalized: bool = False, viewport: Tuple[int, int, int, int] = None, ): """Clears the window with the configured background color set through :py:attr:`arcade.Window.background_color`. :param Color color: Optional color overriding the current background color :param bool normalized: If the color format is normalized (0.0 -> 1.0) or byte values :param Tuple[int, int, int, int] viewport: The viewport range to clear """ color = color if color is not None else self.background_color self.ctx.screen.clear(color, normalized=normalized, viewport=viewport)
@property def background_color(self) -> Color: """ Get or set the background color for this window. This affects what color the window will contain when :py:meth:`~arcade.Window.clear()` is called. Examples:: # Use Arcade's built in color values window.background_color = arcade.color.AMAZON # Specify RGB value directly (red) window.background_color = 255, 0, 0 If the background color is an ``RGB`` value instead of ``RGBA`` we assume alpha value 255. :type: Color """ return self._background_color @background_color.setter def background_color(self, value: Color): self._background_color = value
[docs] def run(self): """ Shortcut for :py:func:`arcade.run()`. For example:: MyWindow().run() """ arcade.run()
[docs] def close(self): """ Close the Window. """ super().close() # Make sure we don't reference the window any more set_window(None) pyglet.clock.unschedule(self._dispatch_updates)
[docs] def set_fullscreen(self, fullscreen: bool = True, screen: Optional['Window'] = None, mode: ScreenMode = None, width: Optional[float] = None, height: Optional[float] = None): """ Set if we are full screen or not. :param bool fullscreen: :param screen: Which screen should we display on? See :func:`get_screens` :param pyglet.canvas.ScreenMode mode: The screen will be switched to the given mode. The mode must have been obtained by enumerating `Screen.get_modes`. If None, an appropriate mode will be selected from the given `width` and `height`. :param int width: :param int height: """ super().set_fullscreen(fullscreen, screen, mode, width, height)
[docs] def center_window(self): """ Center the window on the screen. """ # Get the display screen using pyglet screen_width, screen_height = get_display_size() window_width, window_height = self.get_size() # Center the window self.set_location((screen_width - window_width) // 2, (screen_height - window_height) // 2)
[docs] def update(self, delta_time: float): """ Move everything. For better consistency in naming, use ``on_update`` instead. :param float delta_time: Time interval since the last time the function was called in seconds. """ pass
[docs] def on_update(self, delta_time: float): """ Move everything. Perform collision checks. Do all the game logic here. :param float delta_time: Time interval since the last time the function was called. """ pass
def _dispatch_updates(self, delta_time: float): self.dispatch_event('update', delta_time) self.dispatch_event('on_update', delta_time)
[docs] def set_update_rate(self, rate: float): """ Set how often the screen should be updated. For example, self.set_update_rate(1 / 60) will set the update rate to 60 fps :param float rate: Update frequency in seconds """ pyglet.clock.unschedule(self._dispatch_updates) pyglet.clock.schedule_interval(self._dispatch_updates, rate)
[docs] def on_mouse_motion(self, x: int, y: int, dx: int, dy: int): """ Called repeatedly while the mouse is moving over the window. Override this function to respond to changes in mouse position. :param int x: x position of mouse within the window in pixels :param int y: y position of mouse within the window in pixels :param int dx: Change in x since the last time this method was called :param int dy: Change in y since the last time this method was called """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_press(self, x: int, y: int, button: int, modifiers: int): """ Called once whenever a mouse button gets pressed down. Override this function to handle mouse clicks. For an example of how to do this, see arcade's built-in :ref:`aiming and shooting bullets <sprite_bullets_aimed>` demo. .. seealso:: :meth:`~.Window.on_mouse_release` :param int x: x position of the mouse :param int y: y position of the mouse :param int button: What button was pressed. This will always be one of the following: * ``arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT`` * ``arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT`` * ``arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE`` :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_drag(self, x: int, y: int, dx: int, dy: int, buttons: int, modifiers: int): """ Called repeatedly while the mouse moves with a button down. Override this function to handle dragging. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int dx: Change in x since the last time this method was called :param int dy: Change in y since the last time this method was called :param int buttons: Which button is pressed :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ self.on_mouse_motion(x, y, dx, dy)
[docs] def on_mouse_release(self, x: int, y: int, button: int, modifiers: int): """ Called once whenever a mouse button gets released. Override this function to respond to mouse button releases. This may be useful when you want to use the duration of a mouse click to affect gameplay. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int button: What button was hit. One of: arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_scroll(self, x: int, y: int, scroll_x: int, scroll_y: int): """ Called repeatedly while a mouse scroll wheel moves. Override this function to respond to scroll events. The scroll arguments may be positive or negative to indicate direction, but the units are unstandardized. How many scroll steps you recieve may vary wildly between computers depending a number of factors, including system settings and the input devices used (i.e. mouse scrollwheel, touchpad, etc). .. warning:: Not all users can scroll easily! Only some input devices support horizontal scrolling. Standard vertical scrolling is common, but some laptop touchpads are hard to use. This means you should be careful about how you use scrolling. Consider making it optional to maximize the number of people who can play your game! :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int scroll_x: number of steps scrolled horizontally since the last call of this function :param int scroll_y: number of steps scrolled vertically since the last call of this function """ pass
[docs] def set_mouse_visible(self, visible: bool = True): """ Set whether to show the system's cursor while over the window By default, the system mouse cursor is visible whenever the mouse is over the window. To hide the cursor, pass ``False`` to this function. Pass ``True`` to make the cursor visible again. The window will continue receiving mouse events while the cursor is hidden, including movements and clicks. This means that functions like :meth:`~.Window.on_mouse_motion` and t':meth:`~.Window.on_mouse_press` will continue to work normally. You can use this behavior to visually replace the system mouse cursor with whatever you want. One example is :ref:`a game character that is always at the most recent mouse position in the window<sprite_collect_coins>`. .. note:: Advanced users can try using system cursor state icons It may be possible to use system icons representing cursor interaction states such as hourglasses or resize arrows by using features ``arcade.Window`` inherits from the underlying pyglet window class. See the `pyglet overview on cursors <https://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/master/programming_guide/mouse.html#changing-the-mouse-cursor>`_ for more information. :param bool visible: Whether to hide the system mouse cursor """ super().set_mouse_visible(visible)
[docs] def on_key_press(self, symbol: int, modifiers: int): """ Called once when a key gets pushed down. Override this function to add key press functionality. .. tip:: If you want the length of key presses to affect gameplay, you also need to override :meth:`~.Window.on_key_release`. :param int symbol: Key that was just pushed down :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ try: self.key = symbol except AttributeError: pass
[docs] def on_key_release(self, symbol: int, modifiers: int): """ Called once when a key gets released. Override this function to add key release functionality. Situations that require handling key releases include: * Rythm games where a note must be held for a certain amount of time * 'Charging up' actions that change strength depending on how long a key was pressed * Showing which keys are currently pressed down :param int symbol: Key that was just released :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ try: self.key = None except AttributeError: pass
[docs] def on_draw(self): """ Override this function to add your custom drawing code. """ pass
[docs] def on_resize(self, width: float, height: float): """ Override this function to add custom code to be called any time the window is resized. The main responsibility of this method is updating the projection and the viewport. If you are not changing the default behavior when overriding, make sure you call the parent's ``on_resize`` first:: def on_resize(self, width: int, height: int): super().on_resize(width, height) # Add extra resize logic here :param int width: New width :param int height: New height """ # NOTE: When a second window is opened pyglet will # dispatch on_resize during the window constructor. # The arcade context is not created at that time if hasattr(self, "_ctx"): # Retain projection scrolling if applied original_viewport = self._ctx.projection_2d self.set_viewport( original_viewport[0], original_viewport[0] + width, original_viewport[2], original_viewport[2] + height )
[docs] def set_min_size(self, width: int, height: int): """ Wrap the Pyglet window call to set minimum size :param float width: width in pixels. :param float height: height in pixels. """ if self._resizable: super().set_minimum_size(width, height) else: raise ValueError('Cannot set min size on non-resizable window')
[docs] def set_max_size(self, width: int, height: int): """ Wrap the Pyglet window call to set maximum size :param int width: width in pixels. :param int height: height in pixels. :Raises ValueError: """ if self._resizable: super().set_maximum_size(width, height) else: raise ValueError('Cannot set max size on non-resizable window')
[docs] def set_size(self, width: int, height: int): """ Ignore the resizable flag and set the size :param int width: :param int height: """ super().set_size(width, height)
[docs] def get_size(self) -> Tuple[int, int]: """ Get the size of the window. :returns: (width, height) """ return super().get_size()
[docs] def get_location(self) -> Tuple[int, int]: """ Return the X/Y coordinates of the window :returns: x, y of window location """ return super().get_location()
[docs] def set_visible(self, visible: bool = True): """ Set if the window is visible or not. Normally, a program's window is visible. :param bool visible: """ super().set_visible(visible)
# noinspection PyMethodMayBeStatic
[docs] def set_viewport(self, left: float, right: float, bottom: float, top: float): """ Set the viewport. (What coordinates we can see. Used to scale and/or scroll the screen). See :py:func:`arcade.set_viewport` for more detailed information. :param Number left: :param Number right: :param Number bottom: :param Number top: """ set_viewport(left, right, bottom, top)
# noinspection PyMethodMayBeStatic
[docs] def get_viewport(self) -> Tuple[float, float, float, float]: """ Get the viewport. (What coordinates we can see.) """ return self.ctx.projection_2d
[docs] def use(self): """Bind the window's framebuffer for rendering commands""" self.ctx.screen.use()
[docs] def test(self, frames: int = 10): """ Used by unit test cases. Runs the event loop a few times and stops. :param int frames: """ start_time = time.time() for i in range(frames): self.switch_to() self.dispatch_events() self.dispatch_event('on_draw') self.flip() current_time = time.time() elapsed_time = current_time - start_time start_time = current_time if elapsed_time < 1. / 60.: sleep_time = (1. / 60.) - elapsed_time time.sleep(sleep_time) self._dispatch_updates(1 / 60)
[docs] def show_view(self, new_view: 'View'): """ Select the view to show in the next frame. This is not a blocking call showing the view. Your code will continue to run after this call and the view will appear in the next dispatch of ``on_update``/``on_draw```. Calling this function is the same as setting the :py:attr:`arcade.Window.current_view` attribute. :param View new_view: View to show """ if not isinstance(new_view, View): raise ValueError("Must pass an arcade.View object to " "Window.show_view()") # Store the Window that is showing the "new_view" View. if new_view.window is None: new_view.window = self elif new_view.window != self: raise RuntimeError("You are attempting to pass the same view " "object between multiple windows. A single " "view object can only be used in one window.") # remove previously shown view's handlers if self._current_view is not None: self._current_view.on_hide_view() if self._current_view.has_sections: self.remove_handlers(self._current_view.section_manager) self.remove_handlers(self._current_view) # push new view's handlers self._current_view = new_view if new_view.has_sections: section_manager_managed_events = new_view.section_manager.managed_events self.push_handlers( **{ event_type: getattr(new_view.section_manager, event_type, None) for event_type in section_manager_managed_events } ) else: section_manager_managed_events = set() # Note: Excluding on_show because this even can trigger multiple times. # It should only be called once when the view is shown. self.push_handlers( **{ event_type: getattr(new_view, event_type, None) for event_type in self.event_types if event_type != 'on_show' and event_type not in section_manager_managed_events and hasattr(new_view, event_type) } ) self._current_view.on_show() self._current_view.on_show_view() if self._current_view.has_sections: self._current_view.section_manager.on_show_view()
# Note: After the View has been pushed onto pyglet's stack of event handlers (via push_handlers()), pyglet # will still call the Window's event handlers. (See pyglet's EventDispatcher.dispatch_event() implementation # for details)
[docs] def hide_view(self): """ Hide the currently active view (if any) returning us back to ``on_draw`` and ``on_update`` functions in the window. This is not necessary to call if you are switching views. Simply call ``show_view`` again. """ if self._current_view is None: return self._current_view.on_hide_view() if self._current_view.has_sections: self._current_view.section_manager.on_hide_view() self.remove_handlers(self._current_view.section_manager) self.remove_handlers(self._current_view) self._current_view = None
def _create(self): super()._create() def _recreate(self, changes): super()._recreate(changes)
[docs] def flip(self): """ Window framebuffers normally have a back and front buffer. This method makes the back buffer visible and hides the front buffer. A frame is rendered into the back buffer, so this method displays the frame we currently worked on. This method also garbage collect OpenGL resources before swapping the buffers. """ # Garbage collect OpenGL resources num_collected = self.ctx.gc() LOG.debug("Garbage collected %s OpenGL resource(s)", num_collected) # Attempt to handle static draw setups if self.static_display and self.flip_count > 0: return elif self.static_display: self.flip_count += 1 super().flip()
[docs] def switch_to(self): """ Switch the this window. """ super().switch_to()
[docs] def set_caption(self, caption): """ Set the caption for the window. """ super().set_caption(caption)
[docs] def set_minimum_size(self, width: int, height: int): """ Set smallest window size. """ super().set_minimum_size(width, height)
[docs] def set_maximum_size(self, width, height): """ Set largest window size. """ super().set_maximum_size(width, height)
[docs] def set_location(self, x, y): """ Set location of the window. """ super().set_location(x, y)
[docs] def activate(self): """ Activate this window. """ super().activate()
[docs] def minimize(self): """ Minimize the window. """ super().minimize()
[docs] def maximize(self): """ Maximize the window. """ super().maximize()
[docs] def set_vsync(self, vsync: bool): """ Set if we sync our draws to the monitors vertical sync rate. """ super().set_vsync(vsync)
[docs] def set_mouse_platform_visible(self, platform_visible=None): """ .. warning:: You are probably looking for :meth:`~.Window.set_mouse_visible`! This method was implemented to prevent PyCharm from displaying linter warnings. Most users will never need to set platform-specific visibility as the defaults from pyglet will usually handle their needs automatically. For more information on what this means, see the `relevant pyglet documentation <https://pyglet.readthedocs.io/en/master/modules/window.html#pyglet.window.Window.set_mouse_platform_visible>`_ """ super().set_mouse_platform_visible(platform_visible)
[docs] def set_exclusive_mouse(self, exclusive=True): """ Capture the mouse. """ super().set_exclusive_mouse(exclusive)
[docs] def set_exclusive_keyboard(self, exclusive=True): """ Capture all keyboard input. """ super().set_exclusive_keyboard(exclusive)
[docs] def get_system_mouse_cursor(self, name): """ Get the system mouse cursor """ return super().get_system_mouse_cursor(name)
[docs] def dispatch_events(self): """ Dispatch events """ super().dispatch_events()
[docs] def on_mouse_enter(self, x: int, y: int): """ Called once whenever the mouse enters the window area on screen. This event will not be triggered if the mouse is currently being dragged. :param int x: :param int y: """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_leave(self, x: int, y: int): """ Called once whenever the mouse leaves the window area on screen. This event will not be triggered if the mouse is currently being dragged. Note that the coordinates of the mouse pointer will be outside of the window rectangle. :param int x: :param int y: """ pass
[docs]def open_window( width: int, height: int, window_title: Optional[str] = None, resizable: bool = False, antialiasing: bool = True, ) -> Window: """ This function opens a window. For ease-of-use we assume there will only be one window, and the programmer does not need to keep a handle to the window. This isn't the best architecture, because the window handle is stored in a global, but it makes things easier for programmers if they don't have to track a window pointer. :param Number width: Width of the window. :param Number height: Height of the window. :param str window_title: Title of the window. :param bool resizable: Whether the user can resize the window. :param bool antialiasing: Smooth the graphics? :returns: Handle to window :rtype: Window """ global _window _window = Window(width, height, window_title, resizable=resizable, update_rate=None, antialiasing=antialiasing) _window.invalid = False return _window
[docs]class View: """ Support different views/screens in a window. """ def __init__(self, window: Window = None): if window is None: self.window = arcade.get_window() else: self.window = window self.key: Optional[int] = None self.section_manager: SectionManager = SectionManager(self) @property def has_sections(self) -> bool: """ Return if the View has sections """ return self.section_manager.has_sections
[docs] def add_section(self, section, at_index: Optional[int] = None) -> None: """ Adds a section to the view Section Manager. :param section: the section to add to this section manager :param at_index: inserts the section at that index. If None at the end """ return self.section_manager.add_section(section, at_index)
[docs] def clear( self, color: Optional[Color] = None, normalized: bool = False, viewport: Tuple[int, int, int, int] = None, ): """Clears the View's Window with the configured background color set through :py:attr:`arcade.Window.background_color`. :param Color color: Optional color overriding the current background color :param bool normalized: If the color format is normalized (0.0 -> 1.0) or byte values :param Tuple[int, int, int, int] viewport: The viewport range to clear """ self.window.clear(color, normalized, viewport)
[docs] def update(self, delta_time: float): """To be overridden""" pass
[docs] def on_update(self, delta_time: float): """To be overridden""" pass
[docs] def on_draw(self): """Called when this view should draw""" pass
[docs] def on_show(self): """Deprecated. Use :py:meth:`~arcade.View.on_show_view` instead.""" pass
[docs] def on_show_view(self): """ Called once when the view is shown. .. seealso:: :py:meth:`~arcade.View.on_hide_view` """ pass
[docs] def on_hide_view(self): """Called once when this view is hidden.""" pass
[docs] def on_mouse_motion(self, x: int, y: int, dx: int, dy: int): """ Override this function to add mouse functionality. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int dx: Change in x since the last time this method was called :param int dy: Change in y since the last time this method was called """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_press(self, x: int, y: int, button: int, modifiers: int): """ Override this function to add mouse button functionality. :param int x: x position of the mouse :param int y: y position of the mouse :param int button: What button was hit. One of: arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_drag(self, x: int, y: int, dx: int, dy: int, _buttons: int, _modifiers: int): """ Override this function to add mouse button functionality. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int dx: Change in x since the last time this method was called :param int dy: Change in y since the last time this method was called :param int _buttons: Which button is pressed :param int _modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ self.on_mouse_motion(x, y, dx, dy)
[docs] def on_mouse_release(self, x: int, y: int, button: int, modifiers: int): """ Override this function to add mouse button functionality. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int button: What button was hit. One of: arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_LEFT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_RIGHT, arcade.MOUSE_BUTTON_MIDDLE :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_scroll(self, x: int, y: int, scroll_x: int, scroll_y: int): """ User moves the scroll wheel. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse :param int scroll_x: ammout of x pixels scrolled since last call :param int scroll_y: ammout of y pixels scrolled since last call """ pass
[docs] def on_key_press(self, symbol: int, modifiers: int): """ Override this function to add key press functionality. :param int symbol: Key that was hit :param int modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ try: self.key = symbol except AttributeError: pass
[docs] def on_key_release(self, _symbol: int, _modifiers: int): """ Override this function to add key release functionality. :param int _symbol: Key that was hit :param int _modifiers: Bitwise 'and' of all modifiers (shift, ctrl, num lock) active during this event. See :ref:`keyboard_modifiers`. """ try: self.key = None except AttributeError: pass
[docs] def on_resize(self, width: int, height: int): """ Called when the window is resized while this view is active. :py:meth:`~arcade.Window.on_resize` is also called separately. By default this method does nothing and can be overridden to handle resize logic. """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_enter(self, x: int, y: int): """ Called when the mouse was moved into the window. This event will not be triggered if the mouse is currently being dragged. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse """ pass
[docs] def on_mouse_leave(self, x: int, y: int): """ Called when the mouse was moved outside of the window. This event will not be triggered if the mouse is currently being dragged. Note that the coordinates of the mouse pointer will be outside of the window rectangle. :param int x: x position of mouse :param int y: y position of mouse """ pass