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Re: SCH_PAINTER object question


Hi Wayne,

You’ll have to add it, but there are enough other drawing modes (selected, highlighted, etc.) that the code should be factored such that adding it is fairly easy.  See SCH_PAINTER::getRenderColor().


> On 18 Oct 2019, at 18:05, Wayne Stambaugh <stambaughw@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is a way to draw a symbol grayed out to appear
> as though it's disabled (not editable) or am I going to have to write
> it?  I couldn't find any obvious way to do this but maybe I'm over
> looking something.  The reason I ask is the new inheritance model will
> require some major changes to the current library editor design.  I
> would like to show the flattened symbol (currently the old LIB_ALIAS
> object along with the LIB_PART that it inherits) but with the editing
> tools disabled so that you can only edit the child symbol properties
> rather than the current behavior of always showing the LIB_PART symbol
> even when one of it's aliases are selected.  The library editor is the
> last of the changes before I start working on the new symbol library
> file format.
> Thanks,
> Wayne
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