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MultiformattedText.h



/************************************************************************
 *
 * File: MultiformattedText.h
 *
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#pragma once

/******************************************************************
*                                                                 *
*  MultiformattedText                                             *
*                                                                 *
******************************************************************/

class MultiformattedText
{
public:
    MultiformattedText();
    ~MultiformattedText();

    HRESULT Initialize(HWND hwndParent);

    HWND GetHwnd() { return hwnd_; }

private:
    HRESULT CreateDeviceIndependentResources(
        );

    void DiscardDeviceIndependentResources(
        );

    HRESULT CreateDeviceResources(
        );

    void DiscardDeviceResources(
        );

    HRESULT DrawD2DContent(
        );

    HRESULT DrawText(
        );

    void OnResize(
        UINT width,
        UINT height
        );

    static LRESULT CALLBACK WndProc(
        HWND hWnd,
        UINT message,
        WPARAM wParam,
        LPARAM lParam
        );

private:
    HWND hwnd_;

    // How much to scale a design that assumes 96-DPI pixels.
    float dpiScaleX_;
    float dpiScaleY_;

    // Direct2D
    ID2D1Factory* pD2DFactory_;
    ID2D1HwndRenderTarget* pRT_;
    ID2D1SolidColorBrush* pBlackBrush_;

    // DirectWrite
    IDWriteFactory* pDWriteFactory_;
    IDWriteTextFormat* pTextFormat_;

    IDWriteTextLayout* pTextLayout_;


    const wchar_t* wszText_;
    UINT32 cTextLength_;
};



 

 

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