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package com.jgoodies.looks;

import java.awt.Font;

import javax.swing.UIDefaults;


/**
 * Provides predefined FontPolicy implementations.<p>
 * 
 * <strong>Note:</strong> The available policies work well on Windows.
 * On other platforms the fonts specified by the runtime environment
 * are chosen. I plan to provide more logic or options for other platforms,
 * for example that a Linux system checks for a Tahoma or Segoe UI.<p>
 * 
 * TODO: Add a check for a custom font policy set in the System properties.<p>
 * 
 * TODO: Add policies that emulate different Windows setups:
 * default XP on 96dpi with normal fonts ("XP-normal-96"),
 * Vista on 120dpi with large fonts ("Vista-large-120"), etc.
 *
 * @author  Karsten Lentzsch
 * @version $Revision: 1.8 $
 * 
 * @see     FontPolicy
 * @see     FontSet
 * @see     FontSets
 * @see     Fonts
 * 
 * @since 2.0
 */ 
public final class FontPolicies {


    private FontPolicies() {
        // Override default constructor; prevents instantation.
    }
    
    
    // Getting a FontPolicy *********************************************
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy that in turn always returns the specified FontSet.
     * The FontSet will be fixed, but the FontSet itself may
     * return different fonts in different environments. 
     * 
     * @param fontSet   the FontSet to be return by this policy
     * @return a font policy that returns the specified FontSet.
     */
    public static FontPolicy createFixedPolicy(FontSet fontSet) {
        return new FixedPolicy(fontSet);
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy that checks for a custom FontPolicy
     * and a custom FontSet specified in the System settings or UIManager.
     * If no custom settings are available, the given default policy will
     * be used to look up the FontSet. 
     * 
     * @param defaultPolicy   the policy used if there are no custom settings  
     * @return a FontPolicy that checks for custom settings
     *     before the default policy is returned.
     */
    public static FontPolicy customSettingsPolicy(FontPolicy defaultPolicy) {
        return new CustomSettingsPolicy(defaultPolicy);
    }
    
    
//    /**
//     * Returns the default platform independent font choice policy.<p>
//     * 
//     * The current implementation just returns the logical fonts.
//     * A future version shall check for available good fonts
//     * and shall use them before it falls back to the logical fonts.
//     * 
//     * @return the default platform independent font choice policy.
//     */
//    public static FontPolicy getDefaultCrossPlatformPolicy() {
//        return new DefaultCrossPlatformPolicy();
//    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns the default font policy for Plastic on the Windows platform.
     * It differs from the default Windows policy in that it uses a bold font
     * for TitledBorders, titles, and titled separators.
     * 
     * @return the default font policy for Plastic on the Windows platform.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getDefaultPlasticOnWindowsPolicy() {
        return new DefaultPlasticOnWindowsPolicy();
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns the default Plastic FontPolicy that may vary 
     * with the platform and environment. 
     * On Windows, the PlasticOnWindowsPolicy is returned that
     * is much like the defualt WindowsPolicy but uses a bold title font.
     * On other Platforms, the logical fonts policy is returned
     * that uses the logical fonts as specified by the Java runtime environment.
     * 
     * @return a Windows-like policy on Windows, a logical fonts policy 
     *    on all other platforms
     */
    public static FontPolicy getDefaultPlasticPolicy() {
        if (LookUtils.IS_OS_WINDOWS) {
            return getDefaultPlasticOnWindowsPolicy();
        } 
        return getLogicalFontsPolicy();
//      return getDefaultCrossPlatformPolicy();
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns the default font policy for the Windows platform.
     * It aims to return a FontSet that is close to the native guidelines
     * and useful for the current Java environment.<p>
     * 
     * The control font scales with the platform screen resolution 
     * (96dpi/101dpi/120dpi/144dpi/...) and honors the desktop font settings
     * (normal/large/extra large).
     * 
     * @return the default font policy for the Windows platform.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getDefaultWindowsPolicy() {
        return new DefaultWindowsPolicy();
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy that returns the logical fonts
     * as specified by the Java runtime environment.
     * 
     * @return a font policy that returns logical fonts.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getLogicalFontsPolicy() {
        return createFixedPolicy(FontSets.getLogicalFontSet());
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy for getting a Plastic appearance that aims to be 
     * visual backward compatible with the JGoodies Looks version 1.x.
     * It uses a font choice similar to the choice implemented 
     * by the Plastic L&amp;fs in the JGoodies Looks version 1.x.
     * 
     * @return a font policy that aims to reproduce the Plastic font choice
     *     in the JGoodies Looks 1.x.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getLooks1xPlasticPolicy() {
        Font controlFont = Fonts.getDefaultGUIFontWesternModernWindowsNormal();
        Font menuFont = controlFont;
        Font titleFont = controlFont.deriveFont(Font.BOLD);
        FontSet fontSet = FontSets.createDefaultFontSet(controlFont, menuFont, titleFont);
        return createFixedPolicy(fontSet);
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy for getting a Windows appearance that aims to be
     * visual backward compatible with the JGoodies Looks version 1.x.
     * It uses a font choice similar to the choice implemented 
     * by the Windows L&amp;f in the JGoodies Looks version 1.x.
     * 
     * @return a font policy that aims to reproduce the Windows font choice
     *     in the JGoodies Looks 1.x.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getLooks1xWindowsPolicy() {
        return new Looks1xWindowsPolicy();
    }
    
    
    /**
     * Returns a font policy intended for API users that want to 
     * move Plastic code from the Looks 1.x to the Looks 2.0.
     * On Windows, it uses the Looks 2.0 Plastic fonts,
     * on other platforms it uses the Looks 1.x Plastic fonts.
     * 
     * @return the recent Plastic font policy on Windows,
     *     the JGoodies Looks 1.x on other Platforms.
     */
    public static FontPolicy getTransitionalPlasticPolicy() {
        return LookUtils.IS_OS_WINDOWS
            ? getDefaultPlasticOnWindowsPolicy()
            : getLooks1xPlasticPolicy();
    }
    
    
    // Utility Methods ********************************************************
    
    /**
     * Looks up and returns a custom FontSet for the given 
     * Look&amp;Feel name, or <code>null</code> if no custom font set 
     * has been defined for this Look&amp;Feel.
     * 
     * @param the name of the Look&amp;Feel, one of <code>"Plastic"</code> or
     *     <code>"Windows"</code>
     * @return a custom FontPolicy - if any - or otherwise <code>null</code>
     */
    private static FontSet getCustomFontSet(String lafName) {
        String controlFontKey = lafName + ".controlFont";
        String menuFontKey    = lafName + ".menuFont";
        String decodedControlFont = LookUtils.getSystemProperty(controlFontKey);
        if (decodedControlFont == null) 
            return null;
        Font controlFont = Font.decode(decodedControlFont);
        String decodedMenuFont = LookUtils.getSystemProperty(menuFontKey);
        Font menuFont = decodedMenuFont != null
            ? Font.decode(decodedMenuFont)
            : null;
        Font titleFont = "Plastic".equals(lafName)
            ? controlFont.deriveFont(Font.BOLD)
            : controlFont;
        return FontSets.createDefaultFontSet(controlFont, menuFont, titleFont);
    }


    /**
     * Looks up and returns a custom FontPolicy for the given 
     * Look&amp;Feel name, or <code>null</code> if no custom policy has been 
     * defined for this Look&amp;Feel.
     * 
     * @param the name of the Look&amp;Feel, one of <code>"Plastic"</code> or
     *     <code>"Windows"</code>
     * @return a custom FontPolicy - if any - or otherwise <code>null</code>
     */
    private static FontPolicy getCustomPolicy(String lafName) {
        // TODO: Look up predefined font choice policies
        return null;
    }
    
    
    private static final class CustomSettingsPolicy implements FontPolicy {
        
        private final FontPolicy wrappedPolicy;
        
        CustomSettingsPolicy(FontPolicy wrappedPolicy) {
            this.wrappedPolicy = wrappedPolicy;
        }
        
        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
            FontPolicy customPolicy = getCustomPolicy(lafName);
            if (customPolicy != null) {
                return customPolicy.getFontSet(null, table);
            }
            FontSet customFontSet = getCustomFontSet(lafName);
            if (customFontSet != null) {
                return customFontSet;
            }
            return wrappedPolicy.getFontSet(lafName, table);
        }
    }
    
    
//    private static final class DefaultCrossPlatformPolicy implements FontPolicy {
//        
//        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
//            // TODO: If Tahoma or Segoe UI is available, return them
//            // in a size appropriate for the screen resolution.
//            // Otherwise return the logical font set.
//            return FontSets.getLogicalFontSet();
//        }
//    }
    

    /**
     * Implements the default font lookup for the Plastic L&f family
     * when running in a Windows environment.
     */
    private static final class DefaultPlasticOnWindowsPolicy implements FontPolicy {
        
        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
            Font windowsControlFont = Fonts.getWindowsControlFont();
            Font controlFont;
            if (windowsControlFont != null) {
                controlFont = windowsControlFont;
            } else if (table != null) {
                controlFont = table.getFont("Button.font");
            } else {
                controlFont = new Font("Dialog", Font.PLAIN, 12);
            }
            
            Font menuFont = table == null
                ? controlFont
                : table.getFont("Menu.font");
            Font titleFont = controlFont.deriveFont(Font.BOLD);
            
            return FontSets.createDefaultFontSet(controlFont, menuFont, titleFont);  
        }
    }
    

    /**
     * Implements the default font lookup on the Windows platform.
     */
    private static final class DefaultWindowsPolicy implements FontPolicy {
        
        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
            Font windowsControlFont = Fonts.getWindowsControlFont();
            Font controlFont;
            if (windowsControlFont != null) {
                controlFont = windowsControlFont;
            } else if (table != null) {
                controlFont = table.getFont("Button.font");
            } else {
                controlFont = new Font("Dialog", Font.PLAIN, 12);
            }
            Font menuFont = table == null
                ? controlFont
                : table.getFont("Menu.font");
            Font titleFont = controlFont; 
            Font messageFont = table == null
                ? controlFont 
                : table.getFont("OptionPane.font");
            Font smallFont = table == null
                ? controlFont.deriveFont(controlFont.getSize2D() - 2f)
                : table.getFont("ToolTip.font");
            Font windowTitleFont  = table == null
                ? controlFont
                : table.getFont("InternalFrame.titleFont");
            return FontSets.createDefaultFontSet(
                    controlFont, 
                    menuFont,
                    titleFont, 
                    messageFont, 
                    smallFont, 
                    windowTitleFont);
        }
    }
    

    /**
     * A FontPolicy that returns a fixed FontSet and that ignores
     * the laf name and UIDefaults table.
     */
    private static final class FixedPolicy implements FontPolicy {
        
        private final FontSet fontSet;
        
        FixedPolicy(FontSet fontSet) {
            this.fontSet = fontSet;
        }
        
        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
            return fontSet;
        }
    }
    

    /**
     * Aims to mimic the font choice as used in the JGoodies Looks 1.x.
     */
    private static final class Looks1xWindowsPolicy implements FontPolicy {
        
        public FontSet getFontSet(String lafName, UIDefaults table) {
            Font windowsControlFont = Fonts.getLooks1xWindowsControlFont();
            Font controlFont;
            if (windowsControlFont != null) {
                controlFont = windowsControlFont;
            } else if (table != null) {
                controlFont = table.getFont("Button.font");
            } else {
                controlFont = new Font("Dialog", Font.PLAIN, 12);
            }
            return FontSets.createDefaultFontSet(controlFont);
        }
    }
    

}
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