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androidx.ui.text.style

Classes

BaselineShift

The amount by which the text is shifted up or down from current the baseline.

TextDecoration

Defines a horizontal line to be drawn on the text.

TextGeometricTransform

Define a geometric transformation on text.

TextIndent

Specify the indentation of a paragraph.

Enums

TextAlign

Defines how to align text horizontally.

TextDirection

Describes the directionality of a text.

TextDirectionAlgorithm

Defines the algorithm to be used while determining the text direction.

TextOverflow

How overflowing text should be handled.

Top-level functions summary

BaselineShift
lerp(start: BaselineShift, stop: BaselineShift, fraction: Float)

Linearly interpolate two BaselineShifts.

TextGeometricTransform

TextIndent
lerp(start: TextIndent, stop: TextIndent, fraction: Float)

Linearly interpolate between two TextIndents.

Top-level functions

lerp

@Stable fun lerp(
    start: BaselineShift,
    stop: BaselineShift,
    fraction: Float
): BaselineShift

Linearly interpolate two BaselineShifts.

lerp

fun lerp(
    start: TextGeometricTransform,
    stop: TextGeometricTransform,
    fraction: Float
): TextGeometricTransform

lerp

fun lerp(
    start: TextIndent,
    stop: TextIndent,
    fraction: Float
): TextIndent

Linearly interpolate between two TextIndents.

The fraction argument represents position on the timeline, with 0.0 meaning that the interpolation has not started, returning start (or something equivalent to start), 1.0 meaning that the interpolation has finished, returning stop (or something equivalent to stop), and values in between meaning that the interpolation is at the relevant point on the timeline between start and stop. The interpolation can be extrapolated beyond 0.0 and 1.0, so negative values and values greater than 1.0 are valid.