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from __future__ import annotations
from typing import Any, Tuple, Type, TypeVar, overload, TYPE_CHECKING
from enum import Enum
from ooodev.exceptions import ex as mEx
from ooodev.meta.deleted_enum_meta import DeletedUnoEnumMeta
from ooodev.loader import lo as mLo
from ooodev.utils import props as mProps
from ooodev.format.inner.kind.format_kind import FormatKind
from ooodev.format.inner.style_base import StyleBase
from ooodev.format.inner.common.props.frame_options_align_props import FrameOptionsAlignProps

_TAlign = TypeVar(name="_TAlign", bound="Align")

    # this class is only available at design time.
    # When python is running this class will not exist
    class VertAdjustKind(Enum):
        This enumeration specifies the vertical position of text inside a shape in relation to the shape.

        def typeName(self) -> str:
            return ""

        BOTTOM = "BOTTOM"
        The connection line leaves the connected object from the bottom,
        The text is positioned below the main line.
        The bottom edge of the text is adjusted to the bottom edge of the shape.
        CENTER = "CENTER"
        The text is centered inside the shape.
        TOP = "TOP"
        The connection line leaves the connected object from the top,
        The text is positioned above the main line.
        The top edge of the text is adjusted to the top edge of the shape.

    # Class takes the place of the above class at runtime.
    # The reason for this to make sure 'BLOCK' enum value is excluded
[docs] class VertAdjustKind( metaclass=DeletedUnoEnumMeta, type_name="", name_space="", ): @staticmethod def _get_deleted_attribs() -> Tuple[str]: return ("BLOCK",)
[docs]class Align(StyleBase): """ Frame Vertical Alignment .. versionadded:: 0.9.0 """
[docs] def __init__(self, adjust: VertAdjustKind = VertAdjustKind.TOP) -> None: """ Constructor Args: adjust (VertAdjustKindl, optional): Specifies Vertical Adjustment. Default ``VertAdjustKind.TOP`` Returns: None: """ super().__init__() self.prop_adjust = adjust
# region Overrides def _supported_services(self) -> Tuple[str, ...]: try: return self._supported_services_values except AttributeError: self._supported_services_values = ("", "") return self._supported_services_values def _props_set(self, obj: object, **kwargs: Any) -> None: try: return super()._props_set(obj, **kwargs) except mEx.MultiError as e: mLo.Lo.print(f"{self.__class__.__name__}.apply(): Unable to set Property") for err in e.errors: mLo.Lo.print(f" {err}") # endregion Overrides # region from_obj() @overload @classmethod def from_obj(cls: Type[_TAlign], obj: object) -> _TAlign: ... @overload @classmethod def from_obj(cls: Type[_TAlign], obj: object, **kwargs) -> _TAlign: ...
[docs] @classmethod def from_obj(cls: Type[_TAlign], obj: object, **kwargs) -> _TAlign: """ Gets instance from object Args: obj (object): UNO Object. Raises: NotSupportedError: If ``obj`` is not supported. Returns: Align: Instance that represents Frame Alignment. """ # this nu is only used to get Property Name inst = cls(**kwargs) if not inst._is_valid_obj(obj): raise mEx.NotSupportedError(f'Object is not supported for conversion to "{cls.__name__}"') inst.prop_adjust = VertAdjustKind(mProps.Props.get(obj, return inst
# endregion from_obj() @property def prop_format_kind(self) -> FormatKind: """Gets the kind of style""" try: return self._format_kind_prop except AttributeError: self._format_kind_prop = FormatKind.DOC | FormatKind.STYLE return self._format_kind_prop @property def prop_adjust(self) -> VertAdjustKind: """Gets/Sets Adjust value""" return self._get( @prop_adjust.setter def prop_adjust(self, value: VertAdjustKind) -> None: self._set(, value) @property def _props(self) -> FrameOptionsAlignProps: try: return self._props_internal_attributes except AttributeError: self._props_internal_attributes = FrameOptionsAlignProps(name="TextVerticalAdjust") return self._props_internal_attributes