Color

sealed abstract
class Color extends Product with Serializable
Companion
object
trait Serializable
trait Product
trait Equals
class Object
trait Matchable
class Any
class HSLA
class RGBA

Value members

Concrete methods

Copies this color, changing the alpha to the given value

Copies this color, changing the alpha to the given value

def darken(darkness: Normalized): HSLA

Darken the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current lightness. Lightness is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

Darken the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current lightness. Lightness is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

def darkenBy(darkness: Normalized): HSLA

Darken the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.darkenBy(0.1.normalized decreases the lightness by 10% of the current lightness.

Darken the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.darkenBy(0.1.normalized decreases the lightness by 10% of the current lightness.

def desaturate(desaturation: Normalized): HSLA

Desaturate the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current saturation. Saturation is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

Desaturate the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current saturation. Saturation is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

def desaturateBy(desaturation: Normalized): HSLA

Desaturate the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.desaturateBy(0.1.normalized decreases the saturation by 10% of the current saturation.

Desaturate the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.desaturateBy(0.1.normalized decreases the saturation by 10% of the current saturation.

def fadeIn(opacity: Normalized): HSLA

Increase the alpha channel by the given amount.

Increase the alpha channel by the given amount.

def fadeInBy(opacity: Normalized): HSLA

Increase the alpha channel by the given relative amount.

Increase the alpha channel by the given relative amount.

def fadeOut(opacity: Normalized): HSLA

Decrease the alpha channel by the given amount.

Decrease the alpha channel by the given amount.

def fadeOutBy(opacity: Normalized): HSLA

Decrease the alpha channel by the given relative amount.

Decrease the alpha channel by the given relative amount.

def hue: Angle
def hue(angle: Angle): Color

Copies this color, changing the hue to the given value

Copies this color, changing the hue to the given value

def lighten(lightness: Normalized): HSLA

Lighten the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current lightness. Lightness is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

Lighten the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current lightness. Lightness is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

def lightenBy(lightness: Normalized): HSLA

Lighten the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.lightenBy(0.1.normalized increases the lightness by 10% of the current lightness.

Lighten the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.lightenBy(0.1.normalized increases the lightness by 10% of the current lightness.

Copies this color, changing the lightness to the given value

Copies this color, changing the lightness to the given value

def saturate(saturation: Normalized): HSLA

Saturate the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current saturation. Saturation is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

Saturate the color by the given amount. This is an absolute amount, not an amount relative to the Color's current saturation. Saturation is clipped at Normalized.MaxValue

def saturateBy(saturation: Normalized): HSLA

Saturate the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.saturateBy(0.1.normalized increases the saturation by 10% of the current saturation.

Saturate the color by the given relative amount. For example, calling aColor.saturateBy(0.1.normalized increases the saturation by 10% of the current saturation.

Copies this color, changing the saturation to the given value

Copies this color, changing the saturation to the given value

def spin(angle: Angle): HSLA

Rotate hue by the given angle

Rotate hue by the given angle

def ~=(that: Color): Boolean

True if this is approximately equal to that

True if this is approximately equal to that

Inherited methods

def canEqual(that: Any): Boolean
Inherited from
Equals
def productArity: Int
Inherited from
Product
def productElement(n: Int): Any
Inherited from
Product
def productElementName(n: Int): String
Inherited from
Product
def productElementNames: Iterator[String]
Inherited from
Product
def productIterator: Iterator[Any]
Inherited from
Product
def productPrefix: String
Inherited from
Product