2011 Mar 18
The high notes:
word.setColor(#f02939).setAngle(QUARTER_PI);These settings will override the WordColorer, WordAngler, etc. This should make it easier to control how specific words are drawn, but you can even use it for styling all your words.
getSkippedWords()to see which words were skipped, and call
wasSkippedBecause()on each one to see why it was skipped. If you’re troubleshooting the words that do show up, you can call
getRenderedColor(), etc, on each word. And if you want to do some interaction,
getWordAt(x,y)will tell you which word is at the given [x,y] coordinates.
See the Release notes, the tutorial sketches, and the javadoc for the details. If you have any questions or feedback, or just want to show off your word clouds, I’m @wordcram on twitter, and wordcram-at-gmail.