Enum slint::Brush

#[non_exhaustive]
pub enum Brush {
    SolidColor(Color),
    LinearGradient(LinearGradientBrush),
    RadialGradient(RadialGradientBrush),
}
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A brush is a data structure that is used to describe how a shape, such as a rectangle, path or even text, shall be filled. A brush can also be applied to the outline of a shape, that means the fill of the outline itself.

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SolidColor(Color)

The color variant of brush is a plain color that is to be used for the fill.

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LinearGradient(LinearGradientBrush)

The linear gradient variant of a brush describes the gradient stops for a fill where all color stops are along a line that’s rotated by the specified angle.

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RadialGradient(RadialGradientBrush)

The radial gradient variant of a brush describes a circle variant centered in the middle

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If the brush is SolidColor, the contained color is returned. If the brush is a LinearGradient, the color of the first stop is returned.

Returns true if this brush contains a fully transparent color (alpha value is zero)

assert!(Brush::default().is_transparent());
assert!(Brush::SolidColor(Color::from_argb_u8(0, 255, 128, 140)).is_transparent());
assert!(!Brush::SolidColor(Color::from_argb_u8(25, 128, 140, 210)).is_transparent());

Returns a new version of this brush that has the brightness increased by the specified factor. This is done by calling Color::brighter on all the colors of this brush.

Returns a new version of this brush that has the brightness decreased by the specified factor. This is done by calling Color::darker on all the color of this brush.

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Construct a brush with transparent color

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