|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
If this bit is set, the ColorSpace is considered to be device-independent, either directly (if a process ColorSpace) or indirectly (if a separation ColorSpace that references a device-indepdendent ColorSpace).
If this bit is set, the color is a process ColorSpace - either RGB, CMYK or Grayscale.
static final int TYPE_CALIBRATED
type & (1<<TYPE_CALIBRATED)
static final int TYPE_SEPARATION
Spotcolor. Test with
type & (1<<TYPE_SEPARATION)
static final int TYPE_PROCESS
type & (1<<TYPE_PROCESS)
ColorSpace changeColor(OutputProfiler profiler, ColorSpace cs, float src, float dst, boolean fill, int type)
Optionally converts a Color from one ColorSpace to another.
If the source Color is to be converted, this method should return the ColorSpace it will be converted to, and populate the dst array with the new color components if dst is not null. If dst is null, it is sufficient to just return the target ColorSpace (which may be the same as the source ColorSpace, for example if the Colors are simply being retinted).
If no change is to be made, this method should return
This method must be consistant and return the same output for the same input paramters. It must also be quick, as it may be called millions of times during preflighting (as it must be called once for each pixel).
profiler- the OutputProfiler this action is being run on
cs- the source ColorSpace
src- the source Color components
dst- if not null, should be updated with the target Color components
fill- true if the Color will be used for filling, false if for stroking
type- the type of ColorSpace, which will be a bitmask possibly including one or more of #TYPE_PROCESS, #TYPE_CALIBRATED or #TYPE_SEPARATION
nullfor no change.
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