Source code for ooodev.format.inner.direct.chart2.axis.font.font_only

# region Import
from __future__ import annotations
from typing import Any, Tuple, TYPE_CHECKING
import uno
from ooodev.format.inner.direct.write.char.font.font_only import FontLang, FontOnly as CharFontOnly
from ooodev.units.unit_obj import UnitT
from ooodev.units.unit_pt import UnitPT

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from ooodev.format.proto.font.font_lang_t import FontLangT
else:
    FontLangT = Any

# endregion Import

# for unknown reason Chart DataPoint font size only responds when be set as an int
# even though the property is a float.
# If 10.5 is set for the font size it just gets ignored, this is true for all fractions.
# The fixe seems to be to force ints.


[docs]class FontOnly(CharFontOnly): """ Character Font for a chart Data point. Any properties starting with ``prop_`` set or get current instance values. All methods starting with ``fmt_`` can be used to chain together font properties. .. seealso:: - :ref:`help_chart2_format_direct_axis_font_only` .. versionadded:: 0.9.4 """
[docs] def __init__( self, *, name: str | None = None, size: float | UnitT | None = None, font_style: str | None = None, lang: FontLangT | None = None, ) -> None: """ Font options used in styles. Args: name (str, optional): This property specifies the name of the font style. It may contain more than one name separated by comma. size (int, UnitT, optional): This value contains the size of the characters in ``pt`` (point) units or :ref:`proto_unit_obj`. font_style (str, optional): Font style name such as ``Bold``. lang (Lang, optional): Font Language Returns: None: See Also: - :ref:`help_chart2_format_direct_axis_font_only` """ super().__init__(name=name, size=size, font_style=font_style, lang=lang)
def _supported_services(self) -> Tuple[str, ...]: try: return self._supported_services_values except AttributeError: self._supported_services_values = ("com.sun.star.chart2.Axis",) return self._supported_services_values @property def prop_size(self) -> UnitPT | None: """This value contains the size of the characters in point.""" # for chart title this value is an int. return UnitPT(self._get(self._props.size)) @prop_size.setter def prop_size(self, value: float | UnitT | None) -> None: if value is None: self._remove(self._props.size) return try: self._set(self._props.size, round(value.get_value_pt())) # type: ignore except AttributeError: self._set(self._props.size, round(value)) # type: ignore