package

com.pdftron.pdf.annots

Classes

AnnotsCompat Compatibility layer for older API. 
AnnotsCompat.Caret  
AnnotsCompat.Circle  
AnnotsCompat.FileAttachment  
AnnotsCompat.FreeText  
AnnotsCompat.Highlight  
AnnotsCompat.Ink  
AnnotsCompat.Line  
AnnotsCompat.Link  
AnnotsCompat.Markup  
AnnotsCompat.Movie  
AnnotsCompat.Polygon  
AnnotsCompat.PolyLine  
AnnotsCompat.Popup  
AnnotsCompat.Redaction  
AnnotsCompat.RubberStamp  
AnnotsCompat.Screen  
AnnotsCompat.Sound  
AnnotsCompat.Square  
AnnotsCompat.Squiggly  
AnnotsCompat.StrikeOut  
AnnotsCompat.Text  
AnnotsCompat.TextMarkup  
AnnotsCompat.Underline  
AnnotsCompat.Watermark  
AnnotsCompat.Widget  
Caret A Caret annotation (PDF 1.5) is a visual symbol that indicates the presence of text edits. 
CheckBoxWidget An object representing a check box used in a PDF Form. 
Circle Square and circle annotations (PDF 1.3) shall display, respectively, a rectangle or an ellipse on the page. 
ComboBoxWidget An object representing a combo box used in a PDF Form. 
FileAttachment A file attachment annotation (PDF 1.3) contains a reference to a file, which typically shall be embedded in the PDF file. 
FreeText A free text annotation (PDF 1.3) displays text directly on the page. 
Highlight Text markup annotations shall appear as highlights, underlines, strikeouts (all PDF 1.3), or jagged ("squiggly") underlines (PDF 1.4) in the text of a document. 
Ink An ink annotation (PDF 1.3) represents a freehand "scribble" composed of one or more disjoint paths. 
Line The purpose of a line annotation (PDF 1.3) is to display a single straight line on the page. 
Link A link annotation represents either a hypertext link to a destination elsewhere in the document or an action to be performed. 
ListBoxWidget An object representing a List Box used in a PDF Form. 
Markup The meaning of an annotation's Contents entry varies by annotation type. 
Movie The Class Movie. 
Polygon The Polygon class. 
PolyLine Polyline annotations (PDF 1.5) display (open or closed) shapes of multiple edges on the page. 
Popup A pop-up annotation (PDF 1.3) displays text in a pop-up window for entry and editing. 
PushButtonWidget An object representing a push button used in a PDF Form. 
RadioButtonGroup An object representing a Group of Radio Buttons that can be used to create new Radio Buttons. 
RadioButtonWidget An object representing a Radio Button used in a PDF Form. 
Redaction A redaction annotation (PDF 1.7) identifies content that is intended to be removed from the document. 
RubberStamp A rubber stamp annotation (PDF 1.3) displays text or graphics intended to look as if they were stamped on the page with a rubber stamp. 
Screen A screen annotation (PDF 1.5) specifies a region of a page upon which media clips may be played. 
SignatureWidget An object representing a Signature used in a PDF Form. 
Sound A sound annotation (PDF 1.2) shall analogous to a text annotation except that instead of a text note, it contains sound recorded from the computer's microphone or imported from a file. 
Square Square and circle annotations (PDF 1.3) shall display, respectively, a rectangle or an ellipse on the page. 
Squiggly TextMarkup annotations shall appear as highlights, underlines, strikeouts (all PDF 1.3), or jagged ("squiggly") underlines (PDF 1.4) in the text of a document. 
StrikeOut TextMarkup annotations shall appear as highlights, underlines, strikeouts (all PDF 1.3), or jagged ("squiggly") underlines (PDF 1.4) in the text of a document. 
Text A text annotation represents a "sticky note" attached to a point in the PDF document. 
TextMarkup Text markup annotations shall appear as highlights, underlines, strikeouts (all PDF 1.3), or jagged ("squiggly") underlines (PDF 1.4) in the text of a document. 
TextWidget An object representing a Text Box used in a PDF Form. 
Underline Text markup annotations shall appear as highlights, underlines, strikeouts (all PDF 1.3), or jagged ("squiggly") underlines (PDF 1.4) in the text of a document. 
Watermark A watermark annotation (PDF 1.6) shall be used to represent graphics that shall be printed at a fixed size and position on a page, regardless of the dimensions of the printed page. 
Widget Interactive forms use widget annotations (PDF 1.2) to represent the appearance of fields and to manage user interactions. 

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