# Nuklear ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/11761525/ae06f0ca-a0c6-11e5-819d-5610b25f6ef4.gif) ## Contents 1. About section 2. Highlights section 3. Features section 4. Usage section 1. Flags section 2. Constants section 3. Dependencies section 5. Example section 6. API section 1. Context section 2. Input section 3. Drawing section 4. Window section 5. Layouting section 6. Groups section 7. Tree section 8. Properties section 7. License section 8. Changelog section 9. Gallery section 10. Credits section ## About This is a minimal state immediate mode graphical user interface toolkit written in ANSI C and licensed under public domain. It was designed as a simple embeddable user interface for application and does not have any dependencies, a default renderbackend or OS window and input handling but instead provides a very modular library approach by using simple input state for input and draw commands describing primitive shapes as output. So instead of providing a layered library that tries to abstract over a number of platform and render backends it only focuses on the actual UI. ## Highlights - Graphical user interface toolkit - Single header library - Written in C89 (a.k.a. ANSI C or ISO C90) - Small codebase (~18kLOC) - Focus on portability, efficiency and simplicity - No dependencies (not even the standard library if not wanted) - Fully skinnable and customizable - Low memory footprint with total memory control if needed or wanted - UTF-8 support - No global or hidden state - Customizable library modules (you can compile and use only what you need) - Optional font baker and vertex buffer output ## Features - Absolutely no platform dependent code - Memory management control ranging from/to - Ease of use by allocating everything from standard library - Control every byte of memory inside the library - Font handling control ranging from/to - Use your own font implementation for everything - Use this libraries internal font baking and handling API - Drawing output control ranging from/to - Simple shapes for more high level APIs which already have drawing capabilities - Hardware accessible anti-aliased vertex buffer output - Customizable colors and properties ranging from/to - Simple changes to color by filling a simple color table - Complete control with ability to use skinning to decorate widgets - Bendable UI library with widget ranging from/to - Basic widgets like buttons, checkboxes, slider, ... - Advanced widget like abstract comboboxes, contextual menus,... - Compile time configuration to only compile what you need - Subset which can be used if you do not want to link or use the standard library - Can be easily modified to only update on user input instead of frame updates ## Usage This library is self contained in one single header file and can be used either in header only mode or in implementation mode. The header only mode is used by default when included and allows including this header in other headers and does not contain the actual implementation.

The implementation mode requires to define the preprocessor macro NK_IMPLEMENTATION in *one* .c/.cpp file before #includeing this file, e.g.: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~C #define NK_IMPLEMENTATION #include "nuklear.h" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Also optionally define the symbols listed in the section "OPTIONAL DEFINES" below in header and implementation mode if you want to use additional functionality or need more control over the library. !!! WARNING Every time nuklear is included define the same compiler flags. This very important not doing so could lead to compiler errors or even worse stack corruptions. ### Flags Flag | Description --------------------------------|------------------------------------------ NK_PRIVATE | If defined declares all functions as static, so they can only be accessed inside the file that contains the implementation NK_INCLUDE_FIXED_TYPES | If defined it will include header `` for fixed sized types otherwise nuklear tries to select the correct type. If that fails it will throw a compiler error and you have to select the correct types yourself. NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_ALLOCATOR | If defined it will include header `` and provide additional functions to use this library without caring for memory allocation control and therefore ease memory management. NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_IO | If defined it will include header `` and provide additional functions depending on file loading. NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS | If defined it will include header and provide additional functions depending on file loading. NK_INCLUDE_VERTEX_BUFFER_OUTPUT | Defining this adds a vertex draw command list backend to this library, which allows you to convert queue commands into vertex draw commands. This is mainly if you need a hardware accessible format for OpenGL, DirectX, Vulkan, Metal,... NK_INCLUDE_FONT_BAKING | Defining this adds `stb_truetype` and `stb_rect_pack` implementation to this library and provides font baking and rendering. If you already have font handling or do not want to use this font handler you don't have to define it. NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_FONT | Defining this adds the default font: ProggyClean.ttf into this library which can be loaded into a font atlas and allows using this library without having a truetype font NK_INCLUDE_COMMAND_USERDATA | Defining this adds a userdata pointer into each command. Can be useful for example if you want to provide custom shaders depending on the used widget. Can be combined with the style structures. NK_BUTTON_TRIGGER_ON_RELEASE | Different platforms require button clicks occurring either on buttons being pressed (up to down) or released (down to up). By default this library will react on buttons being pressed, but if you define this it will only trigger if a button is released. NK_ZERO_COMMAND_MEMORY | Defining this will zero out memory for each drawing command added to a drawing queue (inside nk_command_buffer_push). Zeroing command memory is very useful for fast checking (using memcmp) if command buffers are equal and avoid drawing frames when nothing on screen has changed since previous frame. NK_UINT_DRAW_INDEX | Defining this will set the size of vertex index elements when using NK_VERTEX_BUFFER_OUTPUT to 32bit instead of the default of 16bit !!! WARNING The following flags will pull in the standard C library: - NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_ALLOCATOR - NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_IO - NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS !!! WARNING The following flags if defined need to be defined for both header and implementation: - NK_INCLUDE_FIXED_TYPES - NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_ALLOCATOR - NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS - NK_INCLUDE_VERTEX_BUFFER_OUTPUT - NK_INCLUDE_FONT_BAKING - NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_FONT - NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS - NK_INCLUDE_COMMAND_USERDATA - NK_UINT_DRAW_INDEX ### Constants Define | Description --------------------------------|--------------------------------------- NK_BUFFER_DEFAULT_INITIAL_SIZE | Initial buffer size allocated by all buffers while using the default allocator functions included by defining NK_INCLUDE_DEFAULT_ALLOCATOR. If you don't want to allocate the default 4k memory then redefine it. NK_MAX_NUMBER_BUFFER | Maximum buffer size for the conversion buffer between float and string Under normal circumstances this should be more than sufficient. NK_INPUT_MAX | Defines the max number of bytes which can be added as text input in one frame. Under normal circumstances this should be more than sufficient. !!! WARNING The following constants if defined need to be defined for both header and implementation: - NK_MAX_NUMBER_BUFFER - NK_BUFFER_DEFAULT_INITIAL_SIZE - NK_INPUT_MAX ### Dependencies Function | Description ------------|--------------------------------------------------------------- NK_ASSERT | If you don't define this, nuklear will use with assert(). NK_MEMSET | You can define this to 'memset' or your own memset implementation replacement. If not nuklear will use its own version. NK_MEMCPY | You can define this to 'memcpy' or your own memcpy implementation replacement. If not nuklear will use its own version. NK_SQRT | You can define this to 'sqrt' or your own sqrt implementation replacement. If not nuklear will use its own slow and not highly accurate version. NK_SIN | You can define this to 'sinf' or your own sine implementation replacement. If not nuklear will use its own approximation implementation. NK_COS | You can define this to 'cosf' or your own cosine implementation replacement. If not nuklear will use its own approximation implementation. NK_STRTOD | You can define this to `strtod` or your own string to double conversion implementation replacement. If not defined nuklear will use its own imprecise and possibly unsafe version (does not handle nan or infinity!). NK_DTOA | You can define this to `dtoa` or your own double to string conversion implementation replacement. If not defined nuklear will use its own imprecise and possibly unsafe version (does not handle nan or infinity!). NK_VSNPRINTF| If you define `NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS` as well as `NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_IO` and want to be safe define this to `vsnprintf` on compilers supporting later versions of C or C++. By default nuklear will check for your stdlib version in C as well as compiler version in C++. if `vsnprintf` is available it will define it to `vsnprintf` directly. If not defined and if you have older versions of C or C++ it will be defined to `vsprintf` which is unsafe. !!! WARNING The following dependencies will pull in the standard C library if not redefined: - NK_ASSERT !!! WARNING The following dependencies if defined need to be defined for both header and implementation: - NK_ASSERT !!! WARNING The following dependencies if defined need to be defined only for the implementation part: - NK_MEMSET - NK_MEMCPY - NK_SQRT - NK_SIN - NK_COS - NK_STRTOD - NK_DTOA - NK_VSNPRINTF ## Example ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c // init gui state enum {EASY, HARD}; static int op = EASY; static float value = 0.6f; static int i = 20; struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_fixed(&ctx, calloc(1, MAX_MEMORY), MAX_MEMORY, &font); if (nk_begin(&ctx, "Show", nk_rect(50, 50, 220, 220), NK_WINDOW_BORDER|NK_WINDOW_MOVABLE|NK_WINDOW_CLOSABLE)) { // fixed widget pixel width nk_layout_row_static(&ctx, 30, 80, 1); if (nk_button_label(&ctx, "button")) { // event handling } // fixed widget window ratio width nk_layout_row_dynamic(&ctx, 30, 2); if (nk_option_label(&ctx, "easy", op == EASY)) op = EASY; if (nk_option_label(&ctx, "hard", op == HARD)) op = HARD; // custom widget pixel width nk_layout_row_begin(&ctx, NK_STATIC, 30, 2); { nk_layout_row_push(&ctx, 50); nk_label(&ctx, "Volume:", NK_TEXT_LEFT); nk_layout_row_push(&ctx, 110); nk_slider_float(&ctx, 0, &value, 1.0f, 0.1f); } nk_layout_row_end(&ctx); } nk_end(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/10187981/584ecd68-675c-11e5-897c-822ef534a876.png) ## API ### Context Contexts are the main entry point and the majestro of nuklear and contain all required state. They are used for window, memory, input, style, stack, commands and time management and need to be passed into all nuklear GUI specific functions. #### Usage To use a context it first has to be initialized which can be achieved by calling one of either `nk_init_default`, `nk_init_fixed`, `nk_init`, `nk_init_custom`. Each takes in a font handle and a specific way of handling memory. Memory control hereby ranges from standard library to just specifying a fixed sized block of memory which nuklear has to manage itself from. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { // [...] nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description --------------------|------------------------------------------------------- __nk_init_default__ | Initializes context with standard library memory allocation (malloc,free) __nk_init_fixed__ | Initializes context from single fixed size memory block __nk_init__ | Initializes context with memory allocator callbacks for alloc and free __nk_init_custom__ | Initializes context from two buffers. One for draw commands the other for window/panel/table allocations __nk_clear__ | Called at the end of the frame to reset and prepare the context for the next frame __nk_free__ | Shutdown and free all memory allocated inside the context __nk_set_user_data__| Utility function to pass user data to draw command #### nk_init_default Initializes a `nk_context` struct with a default standard library allocator. Should be used if you don't want to be bothered with memory management in nuklear. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_init_default(struct nk_context *ctx, const struct nk_user_font *font); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|--------------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an either stack or heap allocated `nk_context` struct __font__ | Must point to a previously initialized font handle for more info look at font documentation Returns either `false(0)` on failure or `true(1)` on success. #### nk_init_fixed Initializes a `nk_context` struct from single fixed size memory block Should be used if you want complete control over nuklear's memory management. Especially recommended for system with little memory or systems with virtual memory. For the later case you can just allocate for example 16MB of virtual memory and only the required amount of memory will actually be committed. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_init_fixed(struct nk_context *ctx, void *memory, nk_size size, const struct nk_user_font *font); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ !!! Warning make sure the passed memory block is aligned correctly for `nk_draw_commands`. Parameter | Description ------------|-------------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an either stack or heap allocated `nk_context` struct __memory__ | Must point to a previously allocated memory block __size__ | Must contain the total size of __memory__ __font__ | Must point to a previously initialized font handle for more info look at font documentation Returns either `false(0)` on failure or `true(1)` on success. #### nk_init Initializes a `nk_context` struct with memory allocation callbacks for nuklear to allocate memory from. Used internally for `nk_init_default` and provides a kitchen sink allocation interface to nuklear. Can be useful for cases like monitoring memory consumption. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_init(struct nk_context *ctx, struct nk_allocator *alloc, const struct nk_user_font *font); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|--------------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an either stack or heap allocated `nk_context` struct __alloc__ | Must point to a previously allocated memory allocator __font__ | Must point to a previously initialized font handle for more info look at font documentation Returns either `false(0)` on failure or `true(1)` on success. #### nk_init_custom Initializes a `nk_context` struct from two different either fixed or growing buffers. The first buffer is for allocating draw commands while the second buffer is used for allocating windows, panels and state tables. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_init_custom(struct nk_context *ctx, struct nk_buffer *cmds, struct nk_buffer *pool, const struct nk_user_font *font); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|--------------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an either stack or heap allocated `nk_context` struct __cmds__ | Must point to a previously initialized memory buffer either fixed or dynamic to store draw commands into __pool__ | Must point to a previously initialized memory buffer either fixed or dynamic to store windows, panels and tables __font__ | Must point to a previously initialized font handle for more info look at font documentation Returns either `false(0)` on failure or `true(1)` on success. #### nk_clear Resets the context state at the end of the frame. This includes mostly garbage collector tasks like removing windows or table not called and therefore used anymore. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_clear(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct #### nk_free Frees all memory allocated by nuklear. Not needed if context was initialized with `nk_init_fixed`. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_free(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct #### nk_set_user_data Sets the currently passed userdata passed down into each draw command. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_set_user_data(struct nk_context *ctx, nk_handle data); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|-------------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __data__ | Handle with either pointer or index to be passed into every draw commands ### Input The input API is responsible for holding the current input state composed of mouse, key and text input states. It is worth noting that no direct OS or window handling is done in nuklear. Instead all input state has to be provided by platform specific code. This on one hand expects more work from the user and complicates usage but on the other hand provides simple abstraction over a big number of platforms, libraries and other already provided functionality. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { // [...] } } nk_input_end(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Usage Input state needs to be provided to nuklear by first calling `nk_input_begin` which resets internal state like delta mouse position and button transistions. After `nk_input_begin` all current input state needs to be provided. This includes mouse motion, button and key pressed and released, text input and scrolling. Both event- or state-based input handling are supported by this API and should work without problems. Finally after all input state has been mirrored `nk_input_end` needs to be called to finish input process. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { Event evt; nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { // [...] } } nk_input_end(&ctx); // [...] nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description --------------------|------------------------------------------------------- __nk_input_begin__ | Begins the input mirroring process. Needs to be called before all other `nk_input_xxx` calls __nk_input_motion__ | Mirrors mouse cursor position __nk_input_key__ | Mirrors key state with either pressed or released __nk_input_button__ | Mirrors mouse button state with either pressed or released __nk_input_scroll__ | Mirrors mouse scroll values __nk_input_char__ | Adds a single ASCII text character into an internal text buffer __nk_input_glyph__ | Adds a single multi-byte UTF-8 character into an internal text buffer __nk_input_unicode__| Adds a single unicode rune into an internal text buffer __nk_input_end__ | Ends the input mirroring process by calculating state changes. Don't call any `nk_input_xxx` function referenced above after this call #### nk_input_begin Begins the input mirroring process by resetting text, scroll mouse, previous mouse position and movement as well as key state transitions, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_begin(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct #### nk_input_motion Mirrors current mouse position to nuklear ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_motion(struct nk_context *ctx, int x, int y); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __x__ | Must hold an integer describing the current mouse cursor x-position __y__ | Must hold an integer describing the current mouse cursor y-position #### nk_input_key Mirrors the state of a specific key to nuklear ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_key(struct nk_context*, enum nk_keys key, int down); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __key__ | Must be any value specified in enum `nk_keys` that needs to be mirrored __down__ | Must be 0 for key is up and 1 for key is down #### nk_input_button Mirrors the state of a specific mouse button to nuklear ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_button(struct nk_context *ctx, enum nk_buttons btn, int x, int y, int down); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __btn__ | Must be any value specified in enum `nk_buttons` that needs to be mirrored __x__ | Must contain an integer describing mouse cursor x-position on click up/down __y__ | Must contain an integer describing mouse cursor y-position on click up/down __down__ | Must be 0 for key is up and 1 for key is down #### nk_input_scroll Copies the last mouse scroll value to nuklear. Is generally a scroll value. So does not have to come from mouse and could also originate TODO finish this sentence ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_scroll(struct nk_context *ctx, struct nk_vec2 val); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __val__ | vector with both X- as well as Y-scroll value #### nk_input_char Copies a single ASCII character into an internal text buffer This is basically a helper function to quickly push ASCII characters into nuklear. !!! Note Stores up to NK_INPUT_MAX bytes between `nk_input_begin` and `nk_input_end`. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_char(struct nk_context *ctx, char c); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __c__ | Must be a single ASCII character preferable one that can be printed #### nk_input_glyph Converts an encoded unicode rune into UTF-8 and copies the result into an internal text buffer. !!! Note Stores up to NK_INPUT_MAX bytes between `nk_input_begin` and `nk_input_end`. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_glyph(struct nk_context *ctx, const nk_glyph g); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __g__ | UTF-32 unicode codepoint #### nk_input_unicode Converts a unicode rune into UTF-8 and copies the result into an internal text buffer. !!! Note Stores up to NK_INPUT_MAX bytes between `nk_input_begin` and `nk_input_end`. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_unicode(struct nk_context*, nk_rune rune); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct __rune__ | UTF-32 unicode codepoint #### nk_input_end End the input mirroring process by resetting mouse grabbing state to ensure the mouse cursor is not grabbed indefinitely. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_input_end(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to a previously initialized `nk_context` struct ### Drawing This library was designed to be render backend agnostic so it does not draw anything to screen directly. Instead all drawn shapes, widgets are made of, are buffered into memory and make up a command queue. Each frame therefore fills the command buffer with draw commands that then need to be executed by the user and his own render backend. After that the command buffer needs to be cleared and a new frame can be started. It is probably important to note that the command buffer is the main drawing API and the optional vertex buffer API only takes this format and converts it into a hardware accessible format. #### Usage To draw all draw commands accumulated over a frame you need your own render backend able to draw a number of 2D primitives. This includes at least filled and stroked rectangles, circles, text, lines, triangles and scissors. As soon as this criterion is met you can iterate over each draw command and execute each draw command in a interpreter like fashion: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case //...: //[...] } } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In program flow context draw commands need to be executed after input has been gathered and the complete UI with windows and their contained widgets have been executed and before calling `nk_clear` which frees all previously allocated draw commands. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { Event evt; nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { [...] } } nk_input_end(&ctx); // // [...] // const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case ...: // [...] } nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ You probably noticed that you have to draw all of the UI each frame which is quite wasteful. While the actual UI updating loop is quite fast rendering without actually needing it is not. So there are multiple things you could do. First is only update on input. This of course is only an option if your application only depends on the UI and does not require any outside calculations. If you actually only update on input make sure to update the UI two times each frame and call `nk_clear` directly after the first pass and only draw in the second pass. In addition it is recommended to also add additional timers to make sure the UI is not drawn more than a fixed number of frames per second. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { // [...wait for input ] // [...do two UI passes ...] do_ui(...) nk_clear(&ctx); do_ui(...) // // draw const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case ...: //[...] } nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The second probably more applicable trick is to only draw if anything changed. It is not really useful for applications with continuous draw loop but quite useful for desktop applications. To actually get nuklear to only draw on changes you first have to define `NK_ZERO_COMMAND_MEMORY` and allocate a memory buffer that will store each unique drawing output. After each frame you compare the draw command memory inside the library with your allocated buffer by memcmp. If memcmp detects differences you have to copy the command buffer into the allocated buffer and then draw like usual (this example uses fixed memory but you could use dynamically allocated memory). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c //[... other defines ...] #define NK_ZERO_COMMAND_MEMORY #include "nuklear.h" // // setup context struct nk_context ctx; void *last = calloc(1,64*1024); void *buf = calloc(1,64*1024); nk_init_fixed(&ctx, buf, 64*1024); // // loop while (1) { // [...input...] // [...ui...] void *cmds = nk_buffer_memory(&ctx.memory); if (memcmp(cmds, last, ctx.memory.allocated)) { memcpy(last,cmds,ctx.memory.allocated); const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case ...: // [...] } } } nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Finally while using draw commands makes sense for higher abstracted platforms like X11 and Win32 or drawing libraries it is often desirable to use graphics hardware directly. Therefore it is possible to just define `NK_INCLUDE_VERTEX_BUFFER_OUTPUT` which includes optional vertex output. To access the vertex output you first have to convert all draw commands into vertexes by calling `nk_convert` which takes in your preferred vertex format. After successfully converting all draw commands just iterate over and execute all vertex draw commands: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c // fill configuration struct your_vertex { float pos[2]; // important to keep it to 2 floats float uv[2]; unsigned char col[4]; }; struct nk_convert_config cfg = {}; static const struct nk_draw_vertex_layout_element vertex_layout[] = { {NK_VERTEX_POSITION, NK_FORMAT_FLOAT, NK_OFFSETOF(struct your_vertex, pos)}, {NK_VERTEX_TEXCOORD, NK_FORMAT_FLOAT, NK_OFFSETOF(struct your_vertex, uv)}, {NK_VERTEX_COLOR, NK_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8, NK_OFFSETOF(struct your_vertex, col)}, {NK_VERTEX_LAYOUT_END} }; cfg.shape_AA = NK_ANTI_ALIASING_ON; cfg.line_AA = NK_ANTI_ALIASING_ON; cfg.vertex_layout = vertex_layout; cfg.vertex_size = sizeof(struct your_vertex); cfg.vertex_alignment = NK_ALIGNOF(struct your_vertex); cfg.circle_segment_count = 22; cfg.curve_segment_count = 22; cfg.arc_segment_count = 22; cfg.global_alpha = 1.0f; cfg.null = dev->null; // // setup buffers and convert struct nk_buffer cmds, verts, idx; nk_buffer_init_default(&cmds); nk_buffer_init_default(&verts); nk_buffer_init_default(&idx); nk_convert(&ctx, &cmds, &verts, &idx, &cfg); // // draw nk_draw_foreach(cmd, &ctx, &cmds) { if (!cmd->elem_count) continue; //[...] } nk_buffer_free(&cms); nk_buffer_free(&verts); nk_buffer_free(&idx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description --------------------|------------------------------------------------------- __nk__begin__ | Returns the first draw command in the context draw command list to be drawn __nk__next__ | Increments the draw command iterator to the next command inside the context draw command list __nk_foreach__ | Iterates over each draw command inside the context draw command list __nk_convert__ | Converts from the abstract draw commands list into a hardware accessible vertex format __nk_draw_begin__ | Returns the first vertex command in the context vertex draw list to be executed __nk__draw_next__ | Increments the vertex command iterator to the next command inside the context vertex command list __nk__draw_end__ | Returns the end of the vertex draw list __nk_draw_foreach__ | Iterates over each vertex draw command inside the vertex draw list #### nk__begin Returns a draw command list iterator to iterate all draw commands accumulated over one frame. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_command* nk__begin(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame Returns draw command pointer pointing to the first command inside the draw command list #### nk__next Returns draw command pointer pointing to the next command inside the draw command list ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_command* nk__next(struct nk_context*, const struct nk_command*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame __cmd__ | Must point to an previously a draw command either returned by `nk__begin` or `nk__next` Returns draw command pointer pointing to the next command inside the draw command list #### nk_foreach Iterates over each draw command inside the context draw command list ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_foreach(c, ctx) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame __cmd__ | Command pointer initialized to NULL Iterates over each draw command inside the context draw command list #### nk_convert Converts all internal draw commands into vertex draw commands and fills three buffers with vertexes, vertex draw commands and vertex indices. The vertex format as well as some other configuration values have to be configured by filling out a `nk_convert_config` struct. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c nk_flags nk_convert(struct nk_context *ctx, struct nk_buffer *cmds, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame __cmds__ | Must point to a previously initialized buffer to hold converted vertex draw commands __vertices__| Must point to a previously initialized buffer to hold all produced vertices __elements__| Must point to a previously initialized buffer to hold all produced vertex indices __config__ | Must point to a filled out `nk_config` struct to configure the conversion process Returns one of enum nk_convert_result error codes Parameter | Description --------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- NK_CONVERT_SUCCESS | Signals a successful draw command to vertex buffer conversion NK_CONVERT_INVALID_PARAM | An invalid argument was passed in the function call NK_CONVERT_COMMAND_BUFFER_FULL | The provided buffer for storing draw commands is full or failed to allocate more memory NK_CONVERT_VERTEX_BUFFER_FULL | The provided buffer for storing vertices is full or failed to allocate more memory NK_CONVERT_ELEMENT_BUFFER_FULL | The provided buffer for storing indicies is full or failed to allocate more memory #### nk__draw_begin Returns a draw vertex command buffer iterator to iterate over the vertex draw command buffer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_draw_command* nk__draw_begin(const struct nk_context*, const struct nk_buffer*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame __buf__ | Must point to an previously by `nk_convert` filled out vertex draw command buffer Returns vertex draw command pointer pointing to the first command inside the vertex draw command buffer #### nk__draw_end Returns the vertex draw command at the end of the vertex draw command buffer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_draw_command* nk__draw_end(const struct nk_context *ctx, const struct nk_buffer *buf); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame __buf__ | Must point to an previously by `nk_convert` filled out vertex draw command buffer Returns vertex draw command pointer pointing to the end of the last vertex draw command inside the vertex draw command buffer #### nk__draw_next Increments the vertex draw command buffer iterator ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c const struct nk_draw_command* nk__draw_next(const struct nk_draw_command*, const struct nk_buffer*, const struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __cmd__ | Must point to an previously either by `nk__draw_begin` or `nk__draw_next` returned vertex draw command __buf__ | Must point to an previously by `nk_convert` filled out vertex draw command buffer __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame Returns vertex draw command pointer pointing to the end of the last vertex draw command inside the vertex draw command buffer #### nk_draw_foreach Iterates over each vertex draw command inside a vertex draw command buffer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_draw_foreach(cmd,ctx, b) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __cmd__ | `nk_draw_command`iterator set to NULL __buf__ | Must point to an previously by `nk_convert` filled out vertex draw command buffer __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct at the end of a frame ### Window Windows are the main persistent state used inside nuklear and are life time controlled by simply "retouching" (i.e. calling) each window each frame. All widgets inside nuklear can only be added inside the function pair `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end`. Calling any widgets outside these two functions will result in an assert in debug or no state change in release mode.

Each window holds frame persistent state like position, size, flags, state tables, and some garbage collected internal persistent widget state. Each window is linked into a window stack list which determines the drawing and overlapping order. The topmost window thereby is the currently active window.

To change window position inside the stack occurs either automatically by user input by being clicked on or programmatically by calling `nk_window_focus`. Windows by default are visible unless explicitly being defined with flag `NK_WINDOW_HIDDEN`, the user clicked the close button on windows with flag `NK_WINDOW_CLOSABLE` or if a window was explicitly hidden by calling `nk_window_show`. To explicitly close and destroy a window call `nk_window_close`.

#### Usage To create and keep a window you have to call one of the two `nk_begin_xxx` functions to start window declarations and `nk_end` at the end. Furthermore it is recommended to check the return value of `nk_begin_xxx` and only process widgets inside the window if the value is not 0. Either way you have to call `nk_end` at the end of window declarations. Furthermore, do not attempt to nest `nk_begin_xxx` calls which will hopefully result in an assert or if not in a segmentation fault. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // [... widgets ...] } nk_end(ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In the grand concept window and widget declarations need to occur after input handling and before drawing to screen. Not doing so can result in higher latency or at worst invalid behavior. Furthermore make sure that `nk_clear` is called at the end of the frame. While nuklear's default platform backends already call `nk_clear` for you if you write your own backend not calling `nk_clear` can cause asserts or even worse undefined behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { Event evt; nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { nk_input_xxx(...); } } nk_input_end(&ctx); if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { //[...] } nk_end(ctx); const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case //...: //[...] } nk_clear(&ctx); } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------- nk_begin | Starts a new window; needs to be called every frame for every window (unless hidden) or otherwise the window gets removed nk_begin_titled | Extended window start with separated title and identifier to allow multiple windows with same name but not title nk_end | Needs to be called at the end of the window building process to process scaling, scrollbars and general cleanup nk_window_find | Finds and returns the window with give name nk_window_get_bounds | Returns a rectangle with screen position and size of the currently processed window. nk_window_get_position | Returns the position of the currently processed window nk_window_get_size | Returns the size with width and height of the currently processed window nk_window_get_width | Returns the width of the currently processed window nk_window_get_height | Returns the height of the currently processed window nk_window_get_panel | Returns the underlying panel which contains all processing state of the current window nk_window_get_content_region | Returns the position and size of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window nk_window_get_content_region_min | Returns the upper rectangle position of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window nk_window_get_content_region_max | Returns the upper rectangle position of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window nk_window_get_content_region_size | Returns the size of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window nk_window_get_canvas | Returns the draw command buffer. Can be used to draw custom widgets nk_window_has_focus | Returns if the currently processed window is currently active nk_window_is_collapsed | Returns if the window with given name is currently minimized/collapsed nk_window_is_closed | Returns if the currently processed window was closed nk_window_is_hidden | Returns if the currently processed window was hidden nk_window_is_active | Same as nk_window_has_focus for some reason nk_window_is_hovered | Returns if the currently processed window is currently being hovered by mouse nk_window_is_any_hovered | Return if any window currently hovered nk_item_is_any_active | Returns if any window or widgets is currently hovered or active nk_window_set_bounds | Updates position and size of the currently processed window nk_window_set_position | Updates position of the currently process window nk_window_set_size | Updates the size of the currently processed window nk_window_set_focus | Set the currently processed window as active window nk_window_close | Closes the window with given window name which deletes the window at the end of the frame nk_window_collapse | Collapses the window with given window name nk_window_collapse_if | Collapses the window with given window name if the given condition was met nk_window_show | Hides a visible or reshows a hidden window nk_window_show_if | Hides/shows a window depending on condition #### nk_panel_flags Flag | Description ----------------------------|---------------------------------------- NK_WINDOW_BORDER | Draws a border around the window to visually separate window from the background NK_WINDOW_MOVABLE | The movable flag indicates that a window can be moved by user input or by dragging the window header NK_WINDOW_SCALABLE | The scalable flag indicates that a window can be scaled by user input by dragging a scaler icon at the button of the window NK_WINDOW_CLOSABLE | Adds a closable icon into the header NK_WINDOW_MINIMIZABLE | Adds a minimize icon into the header NK_WINDOW_NO_SCROLLBAR | Removes the scrollbar from the window NK_WINDOW_TITLE | Forces a header at the top at the window showing the title NK_WINDOW_SCROLL_AUTO_HIDE | Automatically hides the window scrollbar if no user interaction: also requires delta time in `nk_context` to be set each frame NK_WINDOW_BACKGROUND | Always keep window in the background NK_WINDOW_SCALE_LEFT | Puts window scaler in the left-bottom corner instead right-bottom NK_WINDOW_NO_INPUT | Prevents window of scaling, moving or getting focus #### nk_collapse_states State | Description ----------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __NK_MINIMIZED__| UI section is collased and not visibile until maximized __NK_MAXIMIZED__| UI section is extended and visibile until minimized

#### nk_begin Starts a new window; needs to be called every frame for every window (unless hidden) or otherwise the window gets removed ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_begin(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *title, struct nk_rect bounds, nk_flags flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __title__ | Window title and identifier. Needs to be persistent over frames to identify the window __bounds__ | Initial position and window size. However if you do not define `NK_WINDOW_SCALABLE` or `NK_WINDOW_MOVABLE` you can set window position and size every frame __flags__ | Window flags defined in the nk_panel_flags section with a number of different window behaviors Returns `true(1)` if the window can be filled up with widgets from this point until `nk_end` or `false(0)` otherwise for example if minimized #### nk_begin_titled Extended window start with separated title and identifier to allow multiple windows with same title but not name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_begin_titled(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, const char *title, struct nk_rect bounds, nk_flags flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Window identifier. Needs to be persistent over frames to identify the window __title__ | Window title displayed inside header if flag `NK_WINDOW_TITLE` or either `NK_WINDOW_CLOSABLE` or `NK_WINDOW_MINIMIZED` was set __bounds__ | Initial position and window size. However if you do not define `NK_WINDOW_SCALABLE` or `NK_WINDOW_MOVABLE` you can set window position and size every frame __flags__ | Window flags defined in the nk_panel_flags section with a number of different window behaviors Returns `true(1)` if the window can be filled up with widgets from this point until `nk_end` or `false(0)` otherwise for example if minimized #### nk_end Needs to be called at the end of the window building process to process scaling, scrollbars and general cleanup. All widget calls after this functions will result in asserts or no state changes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_end(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct #### nk_window_find Finds and returns a window from passed name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_end(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Window identifier Returns a `nk_window` struct pointing to the identified window or NULL if no window with the given name was found #### nk_window_get_bounds Returns a rectangle with screen position and size of the currently processed window !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_window_get_bounds(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns a `nk_rect` struct with window upper left window position and size #### nk_window_get_position Returns the position of the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_window_get_position(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns a `nk_vec2` struct with window upper left position #### nk_window_get_size Returns the size with width and height of the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_window_get_size(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns a `nk_vec2` struct with window width and height #### nk_window_get_width Returns the width of the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c float nk_window_get_width(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns the current window width #### nk_window_get_height Returns the height of the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c float nk_window_get_height(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns the current window height #### nk_window_get_panel Returns the underlying panel which contains all processing state of the current window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` !!! WARNING Do not keep the returned panel pointer around, it is only valid until `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_panel* nk_window_get_panel(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns a pointer to window internal `nk_panel` state. #### nk_window_get_content_region Returns the position and size of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_window_get_content_region(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `nk_rect` struct with screen position and size (no scrollbar offset) of the visible space inside the current window #### nk_window_get_content_region_min Returns the upper left position of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_window_get_content_region_min(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct returns `nk_vec2` struct with upper left screen position (no scrollbar offset) of the visible space inside the current window #### nk_window_get_content_region_max Returns the lower right screen position of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window. !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_window_get_content_region_max(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `nk_vec2` struct with lower right screen position (no scrollbar offset) of the visible space inside the current window #### nk_window_get_content_region_size Returns the size of the currently visible and non-clipped space inside the currently processed window !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_window_get_content_region_size(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `nk_vec2` struct with size the visible space inside the current window #### nk_window_get_canvas Returns the draw command buffer. Can be used to draw custom widgets !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` !!! WARNING Do not keep the returned command buffer pointer around it is only valid until `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_command_buffer* nk_window_get_canvas(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns a pointer to window internal `nk_command_buffer` struct used as drawing canvas. Can be used to do custom drawing. #### nk_window_has_focus Returns if the currently processed window is currently active !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_has_focus(const struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `false(0)` if current window is not active or `true(1)` if it is #### nk_window_is_hovered Return if the current window is being hovered !!! WARNING Only call this function between calls `nk_begin_xxx` and `nk_end` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_hovered(struct nk_context *ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `true(1)` if current window is hovered or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_window_is_collapsed Returns if the window with given name is currently minimized/collapsed ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_collapsed(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of window you want to check if it is collapsed Returns `true(1)` if current window is minimized and `false(0)` if window not found or is not minimized #### nk_window_is_closed Returns if the window with given name was closed by calling `nk_close` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_closed(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of window you want to check if it is closed Returns `true(1)` if current window was closed or `false(0)` window not found or not closed #### nk_window_is_hidden Returns if the window with given name is hidden ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_hidden(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of window you want to check if it is hidden Returns `true(1)` if current window is hidden or `false(0)` window not found or visible #### nk_window_is_active Same as nk_window_has_focus for some reason ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_active(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of window you want to check if it is active Returns `true(1)` if current window is active or `false(0)` window not found or not active #### nk_window_is_any_hovered Returns if the any window is being hovered ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_window_is_any_hovered(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `true(1)` if any window is hovered or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_item_is_any_active Returns if the any window is being hovered or any widget is currently active. Can be used to decide if input should be processed by UI or your specific input handling. Example could be UI and 3D camera to move inside a 3D space. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_item_is_any_active(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct Returns `true(1)` if any window is hovered or any item is active or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_window_set_bounds Updates position and size of window with passed in name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_set_bounds(struct nk_context*, const char *name, struct nk_rect bounds); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to modify both position and size __bounds__ | Must point to a `nk_rect` struct with the new position and size #### nk_window_set_position Updates position of window with passed name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_set_position(struct nk_context*, const char *name, struct nk_vec2 pos); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to modify both position __pos__ | Must point to a `nk_vec2` struct with the new position #### nk_window_set_size Updates size of window with passed in name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_set_size(struct nk_context*, const char *name, struct nk_vec2); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to modify both window size __size__ | Must point to a `nk_vec2` struct with new window size #### nk_window_set_focus Sets the window with given name as active ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_set_focus(struct nk_context*, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to set focus on #### nk_window_close Closes a window and marks it for being freed at the end of the frame ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_close(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to close #### nk_window_collapse Updates collapse state of a window with given name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_collapse(struct nk_context*, const char *name, enum nk_collapse_states state); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to close __state__ | value out of nk_collapse_states section #### nk_window_collapse_if Updates collapse state of a window with given name if given condition is met ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_collapse_if(struct nk_context*, const char *name, enum nk_collapse_states, int cond); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to either collapse or maximize __state__ | value out of nk_collapse_states section the window should be put into __cond__ | condition that has to be met to actually commit the collapse state change #### nk_window_show updates visibility state of a window with given name ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_show(struct nk_context*, const char *name, enum nk_show_states); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to either collapse or maximize __state__ | state with either visible or hidden to modify the window with #### nk_window_show_if Updates visibility state of a window with given name if a given condition is met ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_window_show_if(struct nk_context*, const char *name, enum nk_show_states, int cond); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __name__ | Identifier of the window to either hide or show __state__ | state with either visible or hidden to modify the window with __cond__ | condition that has to be met to actually commit the visbility state change ### Layouting Layouting in general describes placing widget inside a window with position and size. While in this particular implementation there are five different APIs for layouting each with different trade offs between control and ease of use.

All layouting methods in this library are based around the concept of a row. A row has a height the window content grows by and a number of columns and each layouting method specifies how each widget is placed inside the row. After a row has been allocated by calling a layouting functions and then filled with widgets will advance an internal pointer over the allocated row.

To actually define a layout you just call the appropriate layouting function and each subsequent widget call will place the widget as specified. Important here is that if you define more widgets then columns defined inside the layout functions it will allocate the next row without you having to make another layouting

call. Biggest limitation with using all these APIs outside the `nk_layout_space_xxx` API is that you have to define the row height for each. However the row height often depends on the height of the font.

To fix that internally nuklear uses a minimum row height that is set to the height plus padding of currently active font and overwrites the row height value if zero.

If you manually want to change the minimum row height then use nk_layout_set_min_row_height, and use nk_layout_reset_min_row_height to reset it back to be derived from font height.

Also if you change the font in nuklear it will automatically change the minimum row height for you and. This means if you change the font but still want a minimum row height smaller than the font you have to repush your value.

For actually more advanced UI I would even recommend using the `nk_layout_space_xxx` layouting method in combination with a cassowary constraint solver (there are some versions on github with permissive license model) to take over all control over widget layouting yourself. However for quick and dirty layouting using all the other layouting functions should be fine. #### Usage 1. __nk_layout_row_dynamic__

The easiest layouting function is `nk_layout_row_dynamic`. It provides each widgets with same horizontal space inside the row and dynamically grows if the owning window grows in width. So the number of columns dictates the size of each widget dynamically by formula: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c widget_width = (window_width - padding - spacing) * (1/colum_count) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Just like all other layouting APIs if you define more widget than columns this library will allocate a new row and keep all layouting parameters previously defined. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // first row with height: 30 composed of two widgets nk_layout_row_dynamic(&ctx, 30, 2); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // second row with same parameter as defined above nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // third row uses 0 for height which will use auto layouting nk_layout_row_dynamic(&ctx, 0, 2); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2. __nk_layout_row_static__

Another easy layouting function is `nk_layout_row_static`. It provides each widget with same horizontal pixel width inside the row and does not grow if the owning window scales smaller or bigger. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // first row with height: 30 composed of two widgets with width: 80 nk_layout_row_static(&ctx, 30, 80, 2); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // second row with same parameter as defined above nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // third row uses 0 for height which will use auto layouting nk_layout_row_static(&ctx, 0, 80, 2); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 3. __nk_layout_row_xxx__

A little bit more advanced layouting API are functions `nk_layout_row_begin`, `nk_layout_row_push` and `nk_layout_row_end`. They allow to directly specify each column pixel or window ratio in a row. It supports either directly setting per column pixel width or widget window ratio but not both. Furthermore it is a immediate mode API so each value is directly pushed before calling a widget. Therefore the layout is not automatically repeating like the last two layouting functions. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // first row with height: 25 composed of two widgets with width 60 and 40 nk_layout_row_begin(ctx, NK_STATIC, 25, 2); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 60); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 40); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_end(ctx); // // second row with height: 25 composed of two widgets with window ratio 0.25 and 0.75 nk_layout_row_begin(ctx, NK_DYNAMIC, 25, 2); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 0.25f); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 0.75f); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_end(ctx); // // third row with auto generated height: composed of two widgets with window ratio 0.25 and 0.75 nk_layout_row_begin(ctx, NK_DYNAMIC, 0, 2); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 0.25f); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_push(ctx, 0.75f); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_row_end(ctx); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 4. __nk_layout_row__

The array counterpart to API nk_layout_row_xxx is the single nk_layout_row functions. Instead of pushing either pixel or window ratio for every widget it allows to define it by array. The trade of for less control is that `nk_layout_row` is automatically repeating. Otherwise the behavior is the same. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // two rows with height: 30 composed of two widgets with width 60 and 40 const float size[] = {60,40}; nk_layout_row(ctx, NK_STATIC, 30, 2, ratio); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // two rows with height: 30 composed of two widgets with window ratio 0.25 and 0.75 const float ratio[] = {0.25, 0.75}; nk_layout_row(ctx, NK_DYNAMIC, 30, 2, ratio); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); // // two rows with auto generated height composed of two widgets with window ratio 0.25 and 0.75 const float ratio[] = {0.25, 0.75}; nk_layout_row(ctx, NK_DYNAMIC, 30, 2, ratio); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 5. __nk_layout_row_template_xxx__

The most complex and second most flexible API is a simplified flexbox version without line wrapping and weights for dynamic widgets. It is an immediate mode API but unlike `nk_layout_row_xxx` it has auto repeat behavior and needs to be called before calling the templated widgets. The row template layout has three different per widget size specifier. The first one is the `nk_layout_row_template_push_static` with fixed widget pixel width. They do not grow if the row grows and will always stay the same. The second size specifier is `nk_layout_row_template_push_variable` which defines a minimum widget size but it also can grow if more space is available not taken by other widgets. Finally there are dynamic widgets with `nk_layout_row_template_push_dynamic` which are completely flexible and unlike variable widgets can even shrink to zero if not enough space is provided. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // two rows with height: 30 composed of three widgets nk_layout_row_template_begin(ctx, 30); nk_layout_row_template_push_dynamic(ctx); nk_layout_row_template_push_variable(ctx, 80); nk_layout_row_template_push_static(ctx, 80); nk_layout_row_template_end(ctx); // // first row nk_widget(...); // dynamic widget can go to zero if not enough space nk_widget(...); // variable widget with min 80 pixel but can grow bigger if enough space nk_widget(...); // static widget with fixed 80 pixel width // // second row same layout nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); nk_widget(...); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 6. __nk_layout_space_xxx__

Finally the most flexible API directly allows you to place widgets inside the window. The space layout API is an immediate mode API which does not support row auto repeat and directly sets position and size of a widget. Position and size hereby can be either specified as ratio of allocated space or allocated space local position and pixel size. Since this API is quite powerful there are a number of utility functions to get the available space and convert between local allocated space and screen space. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // static row with height: 500 (you can set column count to INT_MAX if you don't want to be bothered) nk_layout_space_begin(ctx, NK_STATIC, 500, INT_MAX); nk_layout_space_push(ctx, nk_rect(0,0,150,200)); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_space_push(ctx, nk_rect(200,200,100,200)); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_space_end(ctx); // // dynamic row with height: 500 (you can set column count to INT_MAX if you don't want to be bothered) nk_layout_space_begin(ctx, NK_DYNAMIC, 500, INT_MAX); nk_layout_space_push(ctx, nk_rect(0.5,0.5,0.1,0.1)); nk_widget(...); nk_layout_space_push(ctx, nk_rect(0.7,0.6,0.1,0.1)); nk_widget(...); } nk_end(...); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description ----------------------------------------|------------------------------------ nk_layout_set_min_row_height | Set the currently used minimum row height to a specified value nk_layout_reset_min_row_height | Resets the currently used minimum row height to font height nk_layout_widget_bounds | Calculates current width a static layout row can fit inside a window nk_layout_ratio_from_pixel | Utility functions to calculate window ratio from pixel size nk_layout_row_dynamic | Current layout is divided into n same sized growing columns nk_layout_row_static | Current layout is divided into n same fixed sized columns nk_layout_row_begin | Starts a new row with given height and number of columns nk_layout_row_push | Pushes another column with given size or window ratio nk_layout_row_end | Finished previously started row nk_layout_row | Specifies row columns in array as either window ratio or size nk_layout_row_template_begin | Begins the row template declaration nk_layout_row_template_push_dynamic | Adds a dynamic column that dynamically grows and can go to zero if not enough space nk_layout_row_template_push_variable | Adds a variable column that dynamically grows but does not shrink below specified pixel width nk_layout_row_template_push_static | Adds a static column that does not grow and will always have the same size nk_layout_row_template_end | Marks the end of the row template nk_layout_space_begin | Begins a new layouting space that allows to specify each widgets position and size nk_layout_space_push | Pushes position and size of the next widget in own coordinate space either as pixel or ratio nk_layout_space_end | Marks the end of the layouting space nk_layout_space_bounds | Callable after nk_layout_space_begin and returns total space allocated nk_layout_space_to_screen | Converts vector from nk_layout_space coordinate space into screen space nk_layout_space_to_local | Converts vector from screen space into nk_layout_space coordinates nk_layout_space_rect_to_screen | Converts rectangle from nk_layout_space coordinate space into screen space nk_layout_space_rect_to_local | Converts rectangle from screen space into nk_layout_space coordinates #### nk_layout_set_min_row_height Sets the currently used minimum row height. !!! WARNING The passed height needs to include both your preferred row height as well as padding. No internal padding is added. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_set_min_row_height(struct nk_context*, float height); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __height__ | New minimum row height to be used for auto generating the row height #### nk_layout_reset_min_row_height Reset the currently used minimum row height back to `font_height + text_padding + padding` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_reset_min_row_height(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` #### nk_layout_widget_bounds Returns the width of the next row allocate by one of the layouting functions ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_layout_widget_bounds(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` Return `nk_rect` with both position and size of the next row #### nk_layout_ratio_from_pixel Utility functions to calculate window ratio from pixel size ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c float nk_layout_ratio_from_pixel(struct nk_context*, float pixel_width); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __pixel__ | Pixel_width to convert to window ratio Returns `nk_rect` with both position and size of the next row #### nk_layout_row_dynamic Sets current row layout to share horizontal space between @cols number of widgets evenly. Once called all subsequent widget calls greater than @cols will allocate a new row with same layout. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_dynamic(struct nk_context *ctx, float height, int cols); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting __columns__ | Number of widget inside row #### nk_layout_row_static Sets current row layout to fill @cols number of widgets in row with same @item_width horizontal size. Once called all subsequent widget calls greater than @cols will allocate a new row with same layout. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_static(struct nk_context *ctx, float height, int item_width, int cols); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting __width__ | Holds pixel width of each widget in the row __columns__ | Number of widget inside row #### nk_layout_row_begin Starts a new dynamic or fixed row with given height and columns. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_begin(struct nk_context *ctx, enum nk_layout_format fmt, float row_height, int cols); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __fmt__ | either `NK_DYNAMIC` for window ratio or `NK_STATIC` for fixed size columns __height__ | holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting __columns__ | Number of widget inside row #### nk_layout_row_push Specifies either window ratio or width of a single column ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_push(struct nk_context*, float value); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __value__ | either a window ratio or fixed width depending on @fmt in previous `nk_layout_row_begin` call #### nk_layout_row_end Finished previously started row ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_end(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` #### nk_layout_row Specifies row columns in array as either window ratio or size ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row(struct nk_context*, enum nk_layout_format, float height, int cols, const float *ratio); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __fmt__ | Either `NK_DYNAMIC` for window ratio or `NK_STATIC` for fixed size columns __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting __columns__ | Number of widget inside row #### nk_layout_row_template_begin Begins the row template declaration ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_template_begin(struct nk_context*, float row_height); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting #### nk_layout_row_template_push_dynamic Adds a dynamic column that dynamically grows and can go to zero if not enough space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_template_push_dynamic(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting #### nk_layout_row_template_push_variable Adds a variable column that dynamically grows but does not shrink below specified pixel width ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_template_push_variable(struct nk_context*, float min_width); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __width__ | Holds the minimum pixel width the next column must always be #### nk_layout_row_template_push_static Adds a static column that does not grow and will always have the same size ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_template_push_static(struct nk_context*, float width); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __width__ | Holds the absolute pixel width value the next column must be #### nk_layout_row_template_end Marks the end of the row template ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_row_template_end(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` #### nk_layout_space_begin Begins a new layouting space that allows to specify each widgets position and size. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_space_begin(struct nk_context*, enum nk_layout_format, float height, int widget_count); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_begin_xxx` __fmt__ | Either `NK_DYNAMIC` for window ratio or `NK_STATIC` for fixed size columns __height__ | Holds height of each widget in row or zero for auto layouting __columns__ | Number of widgets inside row #### nk_layout_space_push Pushes position and size of the next widget in own coordinate space either as pixel or ratio ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_space_push(struct nk_context *ctx, struct nk_rect bounds); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` __bounds__ | Position and size in laoyut space local coordinates #### nk_layout_space_end Marks the end of the layout space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_layout_space_end(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` #### nk_layout_space_bounds Utility function to calculate total space allocated for `nk_layout_space` ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_layout_space_bounds(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` Returns `nk_rect` holding the total space allocated #### nk_layout_space_to_screen Converts vector from nk_layout_space coordinate space into screen space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_layout_space_to_screen(struct nk_context*, struct nk_vec2); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` __vec__ | Position to convert from layout space into screen coordinate space Returns transformed `nk_vec2` in screen space coordinates #### nk_layout_space_to_local Converts vector from layout space into screen space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_vec2 nk_layout_space_to_local(struct nk_context*, struct nk_vec2); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` __vec__ | Position to convert from screen space into layout coordinate space Returns transformed `nk_vec2` in layout space coordinates #### nk_layout_space_rect_to_screen Converts rectangle from screen space into layout space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_layout_space_rect_to_screen(struct nk_context*, struct nk_rect); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` __bounds__ | Rectangle to convert from layout space into screen space Returns transformed `nk_rect` in screen space coordinates #### nk_layout_space_rect_to_local Converts rectangle from layout space into screen space ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_rect nk_layout_space_rect_to_local(struct nk_context*, struct nk_rect); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after call `nk_layout_space_begin` __bounds__ | Rectangle to convert from layout space into screen space Returns transformed `nk_rect` in layout space coordinates ### Groups Groups are basically windows inside windows. They allow to subdivide space in a window to layout widgets as a group. Almost all more complex widget layouting requirements can be solved using groups and basic layouting fuctionality. Groups just like windows are identified by an unique name and internally keep track of scrollbar offsets by default. However additional versions are provided to directly manage the scrollbar. #### Usage To create a group you have to call one of the three `nk_group_begin_xxx` functions to start group declarations and `nk_group_end` at the end. Furthermore it is required to check the return value of `nk_group_begin_xxx` and only process widgets inside the window if the value is not 0. Nesting groups is possible and even encouraged since many layouting schemes can only be achieved by nesting. Groups, unlike windows, need `nk_group_end` to be only called if the corosponding `nk_group_begin_xxx` call does not return 0: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_group_begin_xxx(ctx, ...) { // [... widgets ...] nk_group_end(ctx); } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In the grand concept groups can be called after starting a window with `nk_begin_xxx` and before calling `nk_end`: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { // Input Event evt; nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { nk_input_xxx(...); } } nk_input_end(&ctx); // // Window if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // [...widgets...] nk_layout_row_dynamic(...); if (nk_group_begin_xxx(ctx, ...) { //[... widgets ...] nk_group_end(ctx); } } nk_end(ctx); // // Draw const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case ...: // [...] } } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description --------------------------------|------------------------------------------- nk_group_begin | Start a new group with internal scrollbar handling nk_group_begin_titled | Start a new group with separeted name and title and internal scrollbar handling nk_group_end | Ends a group. Should only be called if nk_group_begin returned non-zero nk_group_scrolled_offset_begin | Start a new group with manual separated handling of scrollbar x- and y-offset nk_group_scrolled_begin | Start a new group with manual scrollbar handling nk_group_scrolled_end | Ends a group with manual scrollbar handling. Should only be called if nk_group_begin returned non-zero #### nk_group_begin Starts a new widget group. Requires a previous layouting function to specify a pos/size. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_group_begin(struct nk_context*, const char *title, nk_flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __title__ | Must be an unique identifier for this group that is also used for the group header __flags__ | Window flags defined in the nk_panel_flags section with a number of different group behaviors Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_group_begin_titled Starts a new widget group. Requires a previous layouting function to specify a pos/size. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_group_begin_titled(struct nk_context*, const char *name, const char *title, nk_flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __id__ | Must be an unique identifier for this group __title__ | Group header title __flags__ | Window flags defined in the nk_panel_flags section with a number of different group behaviors Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_group_end Ends a widget group ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_group_end(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct #### nk_group_scrolled_offset_begin starts a new widget group. requires a previous layouting function to specify a size. Does not keep track of scrollbar. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_group_scrolled_offset_begin(struct nk_context*, nk_uint *x_offset, nk_uint *y_offset, const char *title, nk_flags flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __x_offset__| Scrollbar x-offset to offset all widgets inside the group horizontally. __y_offset__| Scrollbar y-offset to offset all widgets inside the group vertically __title__ | Window unique group title used to both identify and display in the group header __flags__ | Window flags from the nk_panel_flags section Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_group_scrolled_begin Starts a new widget group. requires a previous layouting function to specify a size. Does not keep track of scrollbar. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_group_scrolled_begin(struct nk_context*, struct nk_scroll *off, const char *title, nk_flags); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __off__ | Both x- and y- scroll offset. Allows for manual scrollbar control __title__ | Window unique group title used to both identify and display in the group header __flags__ | Window flags from nk_panel_flags section Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_group_scrolled_end Ends a widget group after calling nk_group_scrolled_offset_begin or nk_group_scrolled_begin. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_group_scrolled_end(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct ### Tree Trees represent two different concept. First the concept of a collapsable UI section that can be either in a hidden or visibile state. They allow the UI user to selectively minimize the current set of visible UI to comprehend. The second concept are tree widgets for visual UI representation of trees.

Trees thereby can be nested for tree representations and multiple nested collapsable UI sections. All trees are started by calling of the `nk_tree_xxx_push_tree` functions and ended by calling one of the `nk_tree_xxx_pop_xxx()` functions. Each starting functions takes a title label and optionally an image to be displayed and the initial collapse state from the nk_collapse_states section.

The runtime state of the tree is either stored outside the library by the caller or inside which requires a unique ID. The unique ID can either be generated automatically from `__FILE__` and `__LINE__` with function `nk_tree_push`, by `__FILE__` and a user provided ID generated for example by loop index with function `nk_tree_push_id` or completely provided from outside by user with function `nk_tree_push_hashed`. #### Usage To create a tree you have to call one of the seven `nk_tree_xxx_push_xxx` functions to start a collapsable UI section and `nk_tree_xxx_pop` to mark the end. Each starting function will either return `false(0)` if the tree is collapsed or hidden and therefore does not need to be filled with content or `true(1)` if visible and required to be filled. !!! Note The tree header does not require and layouting function and instead calculates a auto height based on the currently used font size The tree ending functions only need to be called if the tree content is actually visible. So make sure the tree push function is guarded by `if` and the pop call is only taken if the tree is visible. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c if (nk_tree_push(ctx, NK_TREE_TAB, "Tree", NK_MINIMIZED)) { nk_layout_row_dynamic(...); nk_widget(...); nk_tree_pop(ctx); } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description ----------------------------|------------------------------------------- nk_tree_push | Start a collapsable UI section with internal state management nk_tree_push_id | Start a collapsable UI section with internal state management callable in a look nk_tree_push_hashed | Start a collapsable UI section with internal state management with full control over internal unique ID use to store state nk_tree_image_push | Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header nk_tree_image_push_id | Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header and internal state management callable in a look nk_tree_image_push_hashed | Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header and internal state management with full control over internal unique ID use to store state nk_tree_pop | Ends a collapsable UI section nk_tree_state_push | Start a collapsable UI section with external state management nk_tree_state_image_push | Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header and external state management nk_tree_state_pop | Ends a collapsabale UI section #### nk_tree_type Flag | Description ----------------|---------------------------------------- NK_TREE_NODE | Highlighted tree header to mark a collapsable UI section NK_TREE_TAB | Non-highighted tree header closer to tree representations #### nk_tree_push Starts a collapsable UI section with internal state management !!! WARNING To keep track of the runtime tree collapsable state this function uses defines `__FILE__` and `__LINE__` to generate a unique ID. If you want to call this function in a loop please use `nk_tree_push_id` or `nk_tree_push_hashed` instead. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_tree_push(ctx, type, title, state) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_push_id Starts a collapsable UI section with internal state management callable in a look ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_tree_push_id(ctx, type, title, state, id) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states __id__ | Loop counter index if this function is called in a loop Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_push_hashed Start a collapsable UI section with internal state management with full control over internal unique ID used to store state ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_tree_push_hashed(struct nk_context*, enum nk_tree_type, const char *title, enum nk_collapse_states initial_state, const char *hash, int len,int seed); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states __hash__ | Memory block or string to generate the ID from __len__ | Size of passed memory block or string in __hash__ __seed__ | Seeding value if this function is called in a loop or default to `0` Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_image_push Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header !!! WARNING To keep track of the runtime tree collapsable state this function uses defines `__FILE__` and `__LINE__` to generate a unique ID. If you want to call this function in a loop please use `nk_tree_image_push_id` or `nk_tree_image_push_hashed` instead. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_tree_image_push(ctx, type, img, title, state) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __img__ | Image to display inside the header on the left of the label __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_image_push_id Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header and internal state management callable in a look ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c #define nk_tree_image_push_id(ctx, type, img, title, state, id) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __img__ | Image to display inside the header on the left of the label __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states __id__ | Loop counter index if this function is called in a loop Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_image_push_hashed Start a collapsable UI section with internal state management with full control over internal unique ID used to store state ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_tree_image_push_hashed(struct nk_context*, enum nk_tree_type, struct nk_image, const char *title, enum nk_collapse_states initial_state, const char *hash, int len,int seed); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __img__ | Image to display inside the header on the left of the label __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Initial tree state value out of nk_collapse_states __hash__ | Memory block or string to generate the ID from __len__ | Size of passed memory block or string in __hash__ __seed__ | Seeding value if this function is called in a loop or default to `0` Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_pop Ends a collapsabale UI section ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_tree_pop(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling `nk_tree_xxx_push_xxx` #### nk_tree_state_push Start a collapsable UI section with external state management ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_tree_state_push(struct nk_context*, enum nk_tree_type, const char *title, enum nk_collapse_states *state); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling `nk_tree_xxx_push_xxx` __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Persistent state to update Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_state_image_push Start a collapsable UI section with image and label header and external state management ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_tree_state_image_push(struct nk_context*, enum nk_tree_type, struct nk_image, const char *title, enum nk_collapse_states *state); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling `nk_tree_xxx_push_xxx` __img__ | Image to display inside the header on the left of the label __type__ | Value from the nk_tree_type section to visually mark a tree node header as either a collapseable UI section or tree node __title__ | Label printed in the tree header __state__ | Persistent state to update Returns `true(1)` if visible and fillable with widgets or `false(0)` otherwise #### nk_tree_state_pop Ends a collapsabale UI section ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_tree_state_pop(struct nk_context*); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description ------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling `nk_tree_xxx_push_xxx` ### Properties Properties are the main value modification widgets in Nuklear. Changing a value can be achieved by dragging, adding/removing incremental steps on button click or by directly typing a number. #### Usage Each property requires a unique name for identifaction that is also used for displaying a label. If you want to use the same name multiple times make sure add a '#' before your name. The '#' will not be shown but will generate a unique ID. Each propery also takes in a minimum and maximum value. If you want to make use of the complete number range of a type just use the provided type limits from `limits.h`. For example `INT_MIN` and `INT_MAX` for `nk_property_int` and `nk_propertyi`. In additional each property takes in a increment value that will be added or subtracted if either the increment decrement button is clicked. Finally there is a value for increment per pixel dragged that is added or subtracted from the value. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int value = 0; struct nk_context ctx; nk_init_xxx(&ctx, ...); while (1) { // Input Event evt; nk_input_begin(&ctx); while (GetEvent(&evt)) { if (evt.type == MOUSE_MOVE) nk_input_motion(&ctx, evt.motion.x, evt.motion.y); else if (evt.type == [...]) { nk_input_xxx(...); } } nk_input_end(&ctx); // // Window if (nk_begin_xxx(...) { // Property nk_layout_row_dynamic(...); nk_property_int(ctx, "ID", INT_MIN, &value, INT_MAX, 1, 1); } nk_end(ctx); // // Draw const struct nk_command *cmd = 0; nk_foreach(cmd, &ctx) { switch (cmd->type) { case NK_COMMAND_LINE: your_draw_line_function(...) break; case NK_COMMAND_RECT your_draw_rect_function(...) break; case ...: // [...] } } nk_free(&ctx); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #### Reference Function | Description --------------------|------------------------------------------- nk_property_int | Integer property directly modifing a passed in value nk_property_float | Float property directly modifing a passed in value nk_property_double | Double property directly modifing a passed in value nk_propertyi | Integer property returning the modified int value nk_propertyf | Float property returning the modified float value nk_propertyd | Double property returning the modified double value #### nk_property_int Integer property directly modifing a passed in value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_property_int(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, int min, int *val, int max, int step, float inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Integer pointer to be modified __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging #### nk_property_float Float property directly modifing a passed in value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_property_float(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, float min, float *val, float max, float step, float inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Float pointer to be modified __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging #### nk_property_double Double property directly modifing a passed in value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c void nk_property_double(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, double min, double *val, double max, double step, double inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Double pointer to be modified __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging #### nk_propertyi Integer property modifing a passed in value and returning the new value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c int nk_propertyi(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, int min, int val, int max, int step, float inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Current integer value to be modified and returned __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging Returns the new modified integer value #### nk_propertyf Float property modifing a passed in value and returning the new value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c float nk_propertyf(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, float min, float val, float max, float step, float inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Current float value to be modified and returned __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging Returns the new modified float value #### nk_propertyd Float property modifing a passed in value and returning the new value !!! WARNING To generate a unique property ID using the same label make sure to insert a `#` at the beginning. It will not be shown but guarantees correct behavior. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~c float nk_propertyd(struct nk_context *ctx, const char *name, double min, double val, double max, double step, double inc_per_pixel); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parameter | Description --------------------|----------------------------------------------------------- __ctx__ | Must point to an previously initialized `nk_context` struct after calling a layouting function __name__ | String used both as a label as well as a unique identifier __min__ | Minimum value not allowed to be underflown __val__ | Current double value to be modified and returned __max__ | Maximum value not allowed to be overflown __step__ | Increment added and subtracted on increment and decrement button __inc_per_pixel__ | Value per pixel added or subtracted on dragging Returns the new modified double value -XXX.XXX- X...X - X...X -X....X - X....X" X...XXXXXXXXXXXXX...X - " ## License ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~none ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This software is available under 2 licenses -- choose whichever you prefer. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ALTERNATIVE A - MIT License Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Micha Mettke Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. 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IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ## Changelog ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~none [date][x.yy.zz]-[description] -[date]: date on which the change has been pushed -[x.yy.zz]: Numerical version string representation. Each version number on the right resets back to zero if version on the left is incremented. - [x]: Major version with API and library breaking changes - [yy]: Minor version with non-breaking API and library changes - [zz]: Bug fix version with no direct changes to API - 2018/04/01 (4.00.1) - Fixed calling `nk_convert` multiple time per single frame - 2018/04/01 (4.00.0) - BREAKING CHANGE: nk_draw_list_clear no longer tries to clear provided buffers. So make sure to either free or clear each passed buffer after calling nk_convert. - 2018/02/23 (3.00.6) - Fixed slider dragging behavior - 2018/01/31 (3.00.5) - Fixed overcalculation of cursor data in font baking process - 2018/01/31 (3.00.4) - Removed name collision with stb_truetype - 2018/01/28 (3.00.3) - Fixed panel window border drawing bug - 2018/01/12 (3.00.2) - Added `nk_group_begin_titled` for separed group identifier and title - 2018/01/07 (3.00.1) - Started to change documentation style - 2018/01/05 (3.00.0) - BREAKING CHANGE: The previous color picker API was broken because of conversions between float and byte color representation. Color pickers now use floating point values to represent HSV values. To get back the old behavior I added some additional color conversion functions to cast between nk_color and nk_colorf. - 2017/12/23 (2.00.7) - Fixed small warning - 2017/12/23 (2.00.7) - Fixed nk_edit_buffer behavior if activated to allow input - 2017/12/23 (2.00.7) - Fixed modifyable progressbar dragging visuals and input behavior - 2017/12/04 (2.00.6) - Added formated string tooltip widget - 2017/11/18 (2.00.5) - Fixed window becoming hidden with flag NK_WINDOW_NO_INPUT - 2017/11/15 (2.00.4) - Fixed font merging - 2017/11/07 (2.00.3) - Fixed window size and position modifier functions - 2017/09/14 (2.00.2) - Fixed nk_edit_buffer and nk_edit_focus behavior - 2017/09/14 (2.00.1) - Fixed window closing behavior - 2017/09/14 (2.00.0) - BREAKING CHANGE: Modifing window position and size funtions now require the name of the window and must happen outside the window building process (between function call nk_begin and nk_end). - 2017/09/11 (1.40.9) - Fixed window background flag if background window is declared last - 2017/08/27 (1.40.8) - Fixed `nk_item_is_any_active` for hidden windows - 2017/08/27 (1.40.7) - Fixed window background flag - 2017/07/07 (1.40.6) - Fixed missing clipping rect check for hovering/clicked query for widgets - 2017/07/07 (1.40.5) - Fixed drawing bug for vertex output for lines and stroked and filled rectangles - 2017/07/07 (1.40.4) - Fixed bug in nk_convert trying to add windows that are in process of being destroyed. - 2017/07/07 (1.40.3) - Fixed table internal bug caused by storing table size in window instead of directly in table. - 2017/06/30 (1.40.2) - Removed unneeded semicolon in C++ NK_ALIGNOF macro - 2017/06/30 (1.40.1) - Fixed drawing lines smaller or equal zero - 2017/06/08 (1.40.0) - Removed the breaking part of last commit. Auto layout now only comes in effect if you pass in zero was row height argument - 2017/06/08 (1.40.0) - BREAKING CHANGE: while not directly API breaking it will change how layouting works. From now there will be an internal minimum row height derived from font height. If you need a row smaller than that you can directly set it by `nk_layout_set_min_row_height` and reset the value back by calling `nk_layout_reset_min_row_height. - 2017/06/08 (1.39.1) - Fixed property text edit handling bug caused by past `nk_widget` fix - 2017/06/08 (1.39.0) - Added function to retrieve window space without calling a nk_layout_xxx function - 2017/06/06 (1.38.5) - Fixed `nk_convert` return flag for command buffer - 2017/05/23 (1.38.4) - Fixed activation behavior for widgets partially clipped - 2017/05/10 (1.38.3) - Fixed wrong min window size mouse scaling over boundries - 2017/05/09 (1.38.2) - Fixed vertical scrollbar drawing with not enough space - 2017/05/09 (1.38.1) - Fixed scaler dragging behavior if window size hits minimum size - 2017/05/06 (1.38.0) - Added platform double-click support - 2017/04/20 (1.37.1) - Fixed key repeat found inside glfw demo backends - 2017/04/20 (1.37.0) - Extended properties with selection and clipbard support - 2017/04/20 (1.36.2) - Fixed #405 overlapping rows with zero padding and spacing - 2017/04/09 (1.36.1) - Fixed #403 with another widget float error - 2017/04/09 (1.36.0) - Added window `NK_WINDOW_NO_INPUT` and `NK_WINDOW_NOT_INTERACTIVE` flags - 2017/04/09 (1.35.3) - Fixed buffer heap corruption - 2017/03/25 (1.35.2) - Fixed popup overlapping for `NK_WINDOW_BACKGROUND` windows - 2017/03/25 (1.35.1) - Fixed windows closing behavior - 2017/03/18 (1.35.0) - Added horizontal scroll requested in #377 - 2017/03/18 (1.34.3) - Fixed long window header titles - 2017/03/04 (1.34.2) - Fixed text edit filtering - 2017/03/04 (1.34.1) - Fixed group closable flag - 2017/02/25 (1.34.0) - Added custom draw command for better language binding support - 2017/01/24 (1.33.0) - Added programatic way of remove edit focus - 2017/01/24 (1.32.3) - Fixed wrong define for basic type definitions for windows - 2017/01/21 (1.32.2) - Fixed input capture from hidden or closed windows - 2017/01/21 (1.32.1) - Fixed slider behavior and drawing - 2017/01/13 (1.32.0) - Added flag to put scaler into the bottom left corner - 2017/01/13 (1.31.0) - Added additional row layouting method to combine both dynamic and static widgets. - 2016/12/31 (1.30.0) - Extended scrollbar offset from 16-bit to 32-bit - 2016/12/31 (1.29.2)- Fixed closing window bug of minimized windows - 2016/12/03 (1.29.1)- Fixed wrapped text with no seperator and C89 error - 2016/12/03 (1.29.0) - Changed text wrapping to process words not characters - 2016/11/22 (1.28.6)- Fixed window minimized closing bug - 2016/11/19 (1.28.5)- Fixed abstract combo box closing behavior - 2016/11/19 (1.28.4)- Fixed tooltip flickering - 2016/11/19 (1.28.3)- Fixed memory leak caused by popup repeated closing - 2016/11/18 (1.28.2)- Fixed memory leak caused by popup panel allocation - 2016/11/10 (1.28.1)- Fixed some warnings and C++ error - 2016/11/10 (1.28.0)- Added additional `nk_button` versions which allows to directly pass in a style struct to change buttons visual. - 2016/11/10 (1.27.0)- Added additional 'nk_tree' versions to support external state storage. Just like last the `nk_group` commit the main advantage is that you optionally can minimize nuklears runtime memory consumption or handle hash collisions. - 2016/11/09 (1.26.0)- Added additional `nk_group` version to support external scrollbar offset storage. Main advantage is that you can externalize the memory management for the offset. It could also be helpful if you have a hash collision in `nk_group_begin` but really want the name. In addition I added `nk_list_view` which allows to draw big lists inside a group without actually having to commit the whole list to nuklear (issue #269). - 2016/10/30 (1.25.1)- Fixed clipping rectangle bug inside `nk_draw_list` - 2016/10/29 (1.25.0)- Pulled `nk_panel` memory management into nuklear and out of the hands of the user. From now on users don't have to care about panels unless they care about some information. If you still need the panel just call `nk_window_get_panel`. - 2016/10/21 (1.24.0)- Changed widget border drawing to stroked rectangle from filled rectangle for less overdraw and widget background transparency. - 2016/10/18 (1.23.0)- Added `nk_edit_focus` for manually edit widget focus control - 2016/09/29 (1.22.7)- Fixed deduction of basic type in non `` compilation - 2016/09/29 (1.22.6)- Fixed edit widget UTF-8 text cursor drawing bug - 2016/09/28 (1.22.5)- Fixed edit widget UTF-8 text appending/inserting/removing - 2016/09/28 (1.22.4)- Fixed drawing bug inside edit widgets which offset all text text in every edit widget if one of them is scrolled. - 2016/09/28 (1.22.3)- Fixed small bug in edit widgets if not active. The wrong text length is passed. It should have been in bytes but was passed as glyphes. - 2016/09/20 (1.22.2)- Fixed color button size calculation - 2016/09/20 (1.22.1)- Fixed some `nk_vsnprintf` behavior bugs and removed `` again from `NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS`. - 2016/09/18 (1.22.0)- C89 does not support vsnprintf only C99 and newer as well as C++11 and newer. In addition to use vsnprintf you have to include . So just defining `NK_INCLUDE_STD_VAR_ARGS` is not enough. That behavior is now fixed. By default if both varargs as well as stdio is selected I try to use vsnprintf if not possible I will revert to vsprintf. If varargs but not stdio was defined I will use my own function. - 2016/09/15 (1.21.2)- Fixed panel `close` behavior for deeper panel levels - 2016/09/15 (1.21.1)- Fixed C++ errors and wrong argument to `nk_panel_get_xxxx` - 2016/09/13 (1.21.0) - !BREAKING! Fixed nonblocking popup behavior in menu, combo, and contextual which prevented closing in y-direction if popup did not reach max height. In addition the height parameter was changed into vec2 for width and height to have more control over the popup size. - 2016/09/13 (1.20.3) - Cleaned up and extended type selection - 2016/09/13 (1.20.2)- Fixed slider behavior hopefully for the last time. This time all calculation are correct so no more hackery. - 2016/09/13 (1.20.1)- Internal change to divide window/panel flags into panel flags and types. Suprisinly spend years in C and still happened to confuse types with flags. Probably something to take note. - 2016/09/08 (1.20.0)- Added additional helper function to make it easier to just take the produced buffers from `nk_convert` and unplug the iteration process from `nk_context`. So now you can just use the vertex,element and command buffer + two pointer inside the command buffer retrieved by calls `nk__draw_begin` and `nk__draw_end` and macro `nk_draw_foreach_bounded`. - 2016/09/08 (1.19.0)- Added additional asserts to make sure every `nk_xxx_begin` call for windows, popups, combobox, menu and contextual is guarded by `if` condition and does not produce false drawing output. - 2016/09/08 (1.18.0)- Changed confusing name for `NK_SYMBOL_RECT_FILLED`, `NK_SYMBOL_RECT` to hopefully easier to understand `NK_SYMBOL_RECT_FILLED` and `NK_SYMBOL_RECT_OUTLINE`. - 2016/09/08 (1.17.0)- Changed confusing name for `NK_SYMBOL_CIRLCE_FILLED`, `NK_SYMBOL_CIRCLE` to hopefully easier to understand `NK_SYMBOL_CIRCLE_FILLED` and `NK_SYMBOL_CIRCLE_OUTLINE`. - 2016/09/08 (1.16.0)- Added additional checks to select correct types if `NK_INCLUDE_FIXED_TYPES` is not defined by supporting the biggest compiler GCC, clang and MSVC. - 2016/09/07 (1.15.3)- Fixed `NK_INCLUDE_COMMAND_USERDATA` define to not cause an error - 2016/09/04 (1.15.2)- Fixed wrong combobox height calculation - 2016/09/03 (1.15.1)- Fixed gaps inside combo boxes in OpenGL - 2016/09/02 (1.15.0) - Changed nuklear to not have any default vertex layout and instead made it user provided. The range of types to convert to is quite limited at the moment, but I would be more than happy to accept PRs to add additional. - 2016/08/30 (1.14.2) - Removed unused variables - 2016/08/30 (1.14.1) - Fixed C++ build errors - 2016/08/30 (1.14.0) - Removed mouse dragging from SDL demo since it does not work correctly - 2016/08/30 (1.13.4) - Tweaked some default styling variables - 2016/08/30 (1.13.3) - Hopefully fixed drawing bug in slider, in general I would refrain from using slider with a big number of steps. - 2016/08/30 (1.13.2) - Fixed close and minimize button which would fire even if the window was in Read Only Mode. - 2016/08/30 (1.13.1) - Fixed popup panel padding handling which was previously just a hack for combo box and menu. - 2016/08/30 (1.13.0) - Removed `NK_WINDOW_DYNAMIC` flag from public API since it is bugged and causes issues in window selection. - 2016/08/30 (1.12.0) - Removed scaler size. The size of the scaler is now determined by the scrollbar size - 2016/08/30 (1.11.2) - Fixed some drawing bugs caused by changes from 1.11 - 2016/08/30 (1.11.1) - Fixed overlapping minimized window selection - 2016/08/30 (1.11.0) - Removed some internal complexity and overly complex code handling panel padding and panel border. - 2016/08/29 (1.10.0) - Added additional height parameter to `nk_combobox_xxx` - 2016/08/29 (1.10.0) - Fixed drawing bug in dynamic popups - 2016/08/29 (1.10.0) - Added experimental mouse scrolling to popups, menus and comboboxes - 2016/08/26 (1.10.0) - Added window name string prepresentation to account for hash collisions. Currently limited to NK_WINDOW_MAX_NAME which in term can be redefined if not big enough. - 2016/08/26 (1.10.0) - Added stacks for temporary style/UI changes in code - 2016/08/25 (1.10.0) - Changed `nk_input_is_key_pressed` and 'nk_input_is_key_released' to account for key press and release happening in one frame. - 2016/08/25 (1.10.0) - Added additional nk_edit flag to directly jump to the end on activate - 2016/08/17 (1.09.6)- Removed invalid check for value zero in nk_propertyx - 2016/08/16 (1.09.5)- Fixed ROM mode for deeper levels of popup windows parents. - 2016/08/15 (1.09.4)- Editbox are now still active if enter was pressed with flag `NK_EDIT_SIG_ENTER`. Main reasoning is to be able to keep typing after commiting. - 2016/08/15 (1.09.4)- Removed redundant code - 2016/08/15 (1.09.4)- Fixed negative numbers in `nk_strtoi` and remove unused variable - 2016/08/15 (1.09.3)- Fixed `NK_WINDOW_BACKGROUND` flag behavior to select a background window only as selected by hovering and not by clicking. - 2016/08/14 (1.09.2)- Fixed a bug in font atlas which caused wrong loading of glyphes for font with multiple ranges. - 2016/08/12 (1.09.1)- Added additional function to check if window is currently hidden and therefore not visible. - 2016/08/12 (1.09.1)- nk_window_is_closed now queries the correct flag `NK_WINDOW_CLOSED` instead of the old flag `NK_WINDOW_HIDDEN` - 2016/08/09 (1.09.0) - Added additional double version to nk_property and changed the underlying implementation to not cast to float and instead work directly on the given values. - 2016/08/09 (1.08.0) - Added additional define to overwrite library internal floating pointer number to string conversion for additional precision. - 2016/08/09 (1.08.0) - Added additional define to overwrite library internal string to floating point number conversion for additional precision. - 2016/08/08 (1.07.2)- Fixed compiling error without define NK_INCLUDE_FIXED_TYPE - 2016/08/08 (1.07.1)- Fixed possible floating point error inside `nk_widget` leading to wrong wiget width calculation which results in widgets falsly becomming tagged as not inside window and cannot be accessed. - 2016/08/08 (1.07.0) - Nuklear now differentiates between hiding a window (NK_WINDOW_HIDDEN) and closing a window (NK_WINDOW_CLOSED). A window can be hidden/shown by using `nk_window_show` and closed by either clicking the close icon in a window or by calling `nk_window_close`. Only closed windows get removed at the end of the frame while hidden windows remain. - 2016/08/08 (1.06.0) - Added `nk_edit_string_zero_terminated` as a second option to `nk_edit_string` which takes, edits and outputs a '\0' terminated string. - 2016/08/08 (1.05.4)- Fixed scrollbar auto hiding behavior - 2016/08/08 (1.05.3)- Fixed wrong panel padding selection in `nk_layout_widget_space` - 2016/08/07 (1.05.2)- Fixed old bug in dynamic immediate mode layout API, calculating wrong item spacing and panel width. define NK_INCLUDE_STANDARD_VARARGS to allow more fine grained controlled over library includes. - 2016/08/06 (1.04.5)- Changed memset calls to NK_MEMSET - 2016/08/04 (1.04.4)- Fixed fast window scaling behavior - 2016/08/04 (1.04.3)- Fixed window scaling, movement bug which appears if you move/scale a window and another window is behind it. If you are fast enough then the window behind gets activated and the operation is blocked. I now require activating by hovering only if mouse is not pressed. - 2016/08/04 (1.04.2)- Fixed changing fonts - 2016/08/03 (1.04.1)- Fixed `NK_WINDOW_BACKGROUND` behavior - 2016/08/03 (1.04.0) - Added color parameter to `nk_draw_image` - 2016/08/03 (1.04.0) - Added additional window padding style attributes for sub windows (combo, menu, ...) - 2016/08/03 (1.04.0) - Added functions to show/hide software cursor - 2016/08/03 (1.04.0) - Added `NK_WINDOW_BACKGROUND` flag to force a window to be always in the background of the screen - 2016/08/03 (1.03.2)- Removed invalid assert macro for NK_RGB color picker - 2016/08/01 (1.03.1)- Added helper macros into header include guard - 2016/07/29 (1.03.0) - Moved the window/table pool into the header part to simplify memory management by removing the need to allocate the pool. - 2016/07/29 (1.02.0) - Added auto scrollbar hiding window flag which if enabled will hide the window scrollbar after NK_SCROLLBAR_HIDING_TIMEOUT seconds without window interaction. To make it work you have to also set a delta time inside the `nk_context`. - 2016/07/25 (1.01.1) - Fixed small panel and panel border drawing bugs - 2016/07/15 (1.01.0) - Added software cursor to `nk_style` and `nk_context` - 2016/07/15 (1.01.0) - Added const correctness to `nk_buffer_push' data argument - 2016/07/15 (1.01.0) - Removed internal font baking API and simplified font atlas memory management by converting pointer arrays for fonts and font configurations to lists. - 2016/07/15 (1.00.0) - Changed button API to use context dependend button behavior instead of passing it for every function call. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ## Gallery ![Figure [blue]: Feature overview with blue color styling](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/13538240/acd96876-e249-11e5-9547-5ac0b19667a0.png) ![Figure [red]: Feature overview with red color styling](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/13538243/b04acd4c-e249-11e5-8fd2-ad7744a5b446.png) ![Figure [widgets]: Widget overview](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/11282359/3325e3c6-8eff-11e5-86cb-cf02b0596087.png) ![Figure [blackwhite]: Black and white](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/11033668/59ab5d04-86e5-11e5-8091-c56f16411565.png) ![Figure [filexp]: File explorer](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/10718115/02a9ba08-7b6b-11e5-950f-adacdd637739.png) ![Figure [opengl]: OpenGL Editor](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/12779619/2a20d72c-ca69-11e5-95fe-4edecf820d5c.png) ![Figure [nodedit]: Node Editor](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/9976995/e81ac04a-5ef7-11e5-872b-acd54fbeee03.gif) ![Figure [skinning]: Using skinning in Nuklear](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/15991632/76494854-30b8-11e6-9555-a69840d0d50b.png) ![Figure [bf]: Heavy modified version](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/8057201/14902576/339926a8-0d9c-11e6-9fee-a8b73af04473.png) ## Credits Developed by Micha Mettke and every direct or indirect github contributor.

Embeds [stb_texedit](https://github.com/nothings/stb/blob/master/stb_textedit.h), [stb_truetype](https://github.com/nothings/stb/blob/master/stb_truetype.h) and [stb_rectpack](https://github.com/nothings/stb/blob/master/stb_rect_pack.h) by Sean Barret (public domain)
Uses [stddoc.c](https://github.com/r-lyeh/stddoc.c) from r-lyeh@github.com for documentation generation

Embeds ProggyClean.ttf font by Tristan Grimmer (MIT license).
Big thank you to Omar Cornut (ocornut@github) for his [imgui library](https://github.com/ocornut/imgui) and giving me the inspiration for this library, Casey Muratori for handmade hero and his original immediate mode graphical user interface idea and Sean Barret for his amazing single header libraries which restored my faith in libraries and brought me to create some of my own. Finally Apoorva Joshi for his single header file packer.