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Returns flags describing the global state of the GlyphVector. Flags not described below are reserved. The default implementation returns 0 (meaning false) for the position adjustments transforms rtl and complex flags. Subclassers should override this method and make sure it correctly describes the GlyphVector and corresponds to the results of related calls. @return an int containing the flags describing the state @see #FLAG_HAS_POSITION_ADJUSTMENTS @see #FLAG_HAS_TRANSFORMS @see #FLAG_RUN_RTL @see #FLAG_COMPLEX_GLYPHS @see #FLAG_MASK @since 1.4
Attribute key for the weight of a font.
WEIGHT_ULTRA_LIGHT = 0.25WEIGHT_EXTRA_LIGHT = 0.5
WEIGHT_LIGHT = 0.75
WEIGHT_DEMILIGHT = 0.875
WEIGHT_REGULAR = 1.0
WEIGHT_SEMIBOLD = 1.25
WEIGHT_MEDIUM = 1.5
WEIGHT_DEMIBOLD = 1.75
WEIGHT_BOLD = 2.0
WEIGHT_HEAVY = 2.25
WEIGHT_EXTRABOLD = 2.5
WEIGHT_ULTRABOLD = 2.75
The value is roughly the ratio of the stem width to that of the regular weight. If the font has a different value for specific constants then the value is interpolated as described in the class description.
Currently none. However in the future shape manipulations might be
available to simulate weight variations for fonts that don't have them.