This class is there as a convenience, to handle single points on the screen directly by its position (x, y). It is mainly used in the actions on a region, to directly denote the click point. It contains methods, to move a point around on the screen.
- x – x position
- y – y position
- Returns: A new location object representing the position (x,y) on the screen
getX() getY() Gets the x or y value of a location object
It is possible to get the values directly by
location.y. It is also possible to set these values directly by
location.x = value or
location.y = value.
getX()``and ``getY() currently (versions 0.10.2 and X 1.0rc2) return float values (Java: double), whereas
location.y return integer values.
setLocation(x, y) Set the location of this object to the specified coordinates.
offset(dx, dy) Get a new location which is dx and dy pixels away horizontally and vertically from the current location.
above(dy) Get a new location which is dy pixels vertically above the current location.
below(dy) Get a new location which is dy pixels vertically below the current location.
left(dx) Get a new location which is dx pixels horizontally to the left of the current location.
right(dx) Get a new location which is dx pixels horizontally to the right of the current location.