SOLVED Issue: Custom Tool – getGlyph() returns None
RafaŁ Buchner last edited by gferreira
I'm creating some awesome Custom Tool.
I'm trying to use the
self.getGlyph()method inside overridden
becomeActivemethod. When I'm using
getGlyph()in there, it returns
Noneinstead of a fontParts object.
Is there maybe another way to do it? or is it a bug? I really need this glyph object when the tool becomes active.
I don’t really know what
BaseEventTool.getGlyph()does… (so not sure if it’s a bug)
why not simply use
here’s an example script based on simpleTool.py:
from mojo.events import BaseEventTool, installTool, uninstallTool from mojo.drawingTools import * class MyTool(BaseEventTool): def setup(self): self.position = None def mouseDown(self, point, clickCount): self.position = point def mouseDragged(self, point, delta): self.position = point def mouseUp(self, point): self.position = None def becomeActive(self): print('custom tool is active') print(self.getGlyph()) print(CurrentGlyph()) def becomeInactive(self): print('custom tool is inactive') def draw(self, scale): if self.position is not None: size = 10 x = self.position.x - size y = self.position.y - size fill(None) stroke(1, 0, 0) oval(x, y, size*2, size*2) def getToolbarTip(self): return "My Tool Tip" installTool(MyTool())
Noneonly the first time you activate the tool in a new glyph window; the second time, it does return the current glyph:
custom tool is active None <RGlyph 'i' ('foreground') at 4691232360> custom tool is inactive custom tool is active <RGlyph 'i' ('foreground') at 4485911888> <RGlyph 'i' ('foreground') at 4691234264>
RafaŁ Buchner last edited by
Great! Works! thanks a lot
(I thought that since getGlyph() is BaseEventTool method, it will be more 'proper' to use it instead of CurrentGlyph() )