public class CuePoint extends PdfDictionary
CATALOG, FONT, hashMap, OUTLINES, PAGE, PAGES
|Constructor and Description|
Constructs a CuePoint object.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Sets an action dictionary defining the action that is executed if this cue point is triggered, meaning that the Flash content reached the matching cue point during its playback.
Set the name of the cue point to match against the cue point within Flash content and for display purposes.
Sets the time value of the cue point in milliseconds to match against the cue point within Flash content and for display purposes.
checkType, clear, contains, get, getAsArray, getAsBoolean, getAsDict, getAsIndirectObject, getAsName, getAsNumber, getAsStream, getAsString, getDirectObject, getKeys, isCatalog, isFont, isOutlineTree, isPage, isPages, merge, mergeDifferent, put, putAll, putEx, remove, size, toPdf, toString
canBeInObjStm, getBytes, getIndRef, isArray, isBoolean, isDictionary, isIndirect, isName, isNull, isNumber, isStream, isString, length, setContent, setIndRef, type
public CuePoint(PdfName subtype)
Navigationcue point is an event encoded in a Flash movie (FLV). A chapter stop may be encoded so that when the user requests to go to or skip a chapter, a navigation cue point is used to indicate the location of the chapter. An
Eventis a generic cue point of no specific significance other than a corresponding action is triggered.
subtype- possible values: PdfName.NAVIGATION or PdfName.EVENT
public void setName(PdfString name)
name- the name of the cue point
public void setTime(int time)
time- the time value of the cue point
public void setAction(PdfObject action)
action- an action
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