Source code for

# region Imports
from __future__ import annotations
import uno
from import XBitmap
from import XChartDocument
from ooo.dyn.drawing.rectangle_point import RectanglePoint

from ooodev.format.inner.common.format_types.offset_column import OffsetColumn
from ooodev.format.inner.common.format_types.offset_row import OffsetRow
from ooodev.format.inner.common.format_types.size_percent import SizePercent
from ooodev.format.inner.common.format_types.size_percent import SizePercent
from import Img as ChartImg
from import ImgStyleKind
from ooodev.utils.data_type.offset import Offset
from ooodev.utils.data_type.size_mm import SizeMM

# endregion Imports

[docs]class Img(ChartImg): """ Class for Chart Data Series Area Fill Image. .. seealso:: - :ref:`help_chart2_format_direct_series_series_area` .. versionadded:: 0.9.4 """
[docs] def __init__( self, chart_doc: XChartDocument, *, bitmap: XBitmap | None = None, name: str = "", mode: ImgStyleKind = ImgStyleKind.TILED, size: SizePercent | SizeMM | None = None, position: RectanglePoint | None = None, pos_offset: Offset | None = None, tile_offset: OffsetColumn | OffsetRow | None = None, auto_name: bool = False, ) -> None: """ Constructor Args: chart_doc (XChartDocument): Chart document. bitmap (XBitmap, optional): Bitmap instance. If ``name`` is not already in the Bitmap Table then this property is required. name (str, optional): Specifies the name of the image. This is also the name that is used to store bitmap in LibreOffice Bitmap Table. mode (~.write.fill.area.img.ImgStyleKind, optional): Specifies the image style, tiled, stretched etc. Default ``ImgStyleKind.TILED``. size (SizePercent, SizeMM, optional): Size in percent (``0 - 100``) or size in ``mm`` units. position (RectanglePoint): Tiling position of Image. pos_offset (Offset, optional): Tiling position offset. tile_offset (OffsetColumn, OffsetRow, optional): The tiling offset. auto_name (bool, optional): Specifies if ``name`` is ensured to be unique. Defaults to ``False``. Returns: None: Note: If ``auto_name`` is ``False`` then a bitmap for a given ``name`` is only required the first call. All subsequent call of the same ``name`` will retrieve the bitmap form the LibreOffice Bitmap Table. See Also: - :ref:`help_chart2_format_direct_series_series_area` """ super().__init__( chart_doc=chart_doc, bitmap=bitmap, name=name, mode=mode, size=size, position=position, pos_offset=pos_offset, tile_offset=tile_offset, auto_name=auto_name, )