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A widget to display colour components from an image using independently
selected colors. Controls are provided to allow the image to be inverted, and
the color to be selection via a standard dialog. The image is displayed in a
label widget.

#include <QApplication>
#include <QColorDialog>
#include <QGridLayout>
#include <QImage>
#include <QLabel>
#include <QMenu>
#include <QMimeData>
#include <QMouseEvent>
#include <QPixmap>
#include <QPushButton>
#include <QWidget>

#include "screenwidget.h"

Initializes the paint color, the mask color (cyan, magenta,
or yellow), connects the color selector and invert checkbox to functions,
and creates a two-by-two grid layout.

00071 ScreenWidget::ScreenWidget(QWidget *parent, QColor initialColor,
                           const QString &name, Separation mask,
                           const QSize &labelSize)
    : QFrame(parent)
    paintColor = initialColor;
    maskColor = mask;
    inverted = false;

    imageLabel = new QLabel;

    nameLabel = new QLabel(name);
    colorButton = new QPushButton(tr("Modify..."));
    colorButton->setMinimumSize(32, 32);

    QPalette palette(colorButton->palette());
    palette.setColor(QPalette::Button, initialColor);

    invertButton = new QPushButton(tr("Invert"));

    connect(colorButton, SIGNAL(clicked()), this, SLOT(setColor()));
    connect(invertButton, SIGNAL(clicked()), this, SLOT(invertImage()));

    QGridLayout *gridLayout = new QGridLayout;
    gridLayout->addWidget(imageLabel, 0, 0, 1, 2);
    gridLayout->addWidget(nameLabel, 1, 0);
    gridLayout->addWidget(colorButton, 1, 1);
    gridLayout->addWidget(invertButton, 2, 1, 1, 1);

    Creates a new image by separating out the cyan, magenta, or yellow
    component, depending on the mask color specified in the constructor.

    The amount of the component found in each pixel of the image is used
    to determine how much of a user-selected ink is used for each pixel
    in the new image for the label widget.

00119 void ScreenWidget::createImage()
    newImage = originalImage.copy();

    // Create CMY components for the ink being used.
    float cyanInk = (255 - paintColor.red())/255.0;
    float magentaInk = (255 - paintColor.green())/255.0;
    float yellowInk = (255 - paintColor.blue())/255.0;

    int (*convert)(QRgb);

    switch (maskColor) {
        case Cyan:
            convert = qRed;
        case Magenta:
            convert = qGreen;
        case Yellow:
            convert = qBlue;

    for (int y = 0; y < newImage.height(); ++y) {
        for (int x = 0; x < newImage.width(); ++x) {
            QRgb p(originalImage.pixel(x, y));

            // Separate the source pixel into its cyan component.
            int amount;

            if (inverted)
                amount = convert(p);
                amount = 255 - convert(p);

            QColor newColor(
                255 - qMin(int(amount * cyanInk), 255),
                255 - qMin(int(amount * magentaInk), 255),
                255 - qMin(int(amount * yellowInk), 255));

            newImage.setPixel(x, y, newColor.rgb());


    Returns a pointer to the modified image.

00170 QImage* ScreenWidget::image()
    return &newImage;

    Sets whether the amount of ink applied to the canvas is to be inverted
    (subtracted from the maximum value) before the ink is applied.

00180 void ScreenWidget::invertImage()
    //inverted = invertButton->isOn();
    inverted = !inverted;
    emit imageChanged();

    Separate the current image into cyan, magenta, and yellow components.
    Create a representation of how each component might appear when applied
    to a blank white piece of paper.

00194 void ScreenWidget::setColor()
    QColor newColor = QColorDialog::getColor(paintColor);

    if (newColor.isValid()) {
        paintColor = newColor;
        QPalette palette(colorButton->palette());
        palette.setColor(QPalette::Button, paintColor);
        emit imageChanged();

    Records the original image selected by the user, creates a color
    separation, and enables the invert image checkbox.

00213 void ScreenWidget::setImage(QImage &image)
    originalImage = image;

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