changeset 52130:e851c8ca30a7

8209499: Create test for SwingSet EditorPaneDemo Reviewed-by: serb Contributed-by:
author akolarkunnu
date Wed, 03 Oct 2018 23:00:32 -0700
parents b1526df0add2
children e9727e6b5fc1
files test/jdk/sanity/client/SwingSet/src/ test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/ test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/CREDITS test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/ant.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/book.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/bug.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/bug2.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/crest.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/king.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/micro.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/seaweed.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/ant.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/bug.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/back.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/forward.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/header.jpg test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/index.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/king.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/preface.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/seaweed.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/title.html test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/resources/ test/jdk/sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src/com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/resources/images/EditorPaneDemo.gif
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+ * Copyright (c) 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
+ * under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 only, as
+ * published by the Free Software Foundation.
+ *
+ * This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+ * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
+ * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
+ * version 2 for more details (a copy is included in the LICENSE file that
+ * accompanied this code).
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License version
+ * 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
+ * Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
+ *
+ * Please contact Oracle, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA 94065 USA
+ * or visit if you need additional information or have any
+ * questions.
+ */
+import static com.sun.swingset3.demos.editorpane.EditorPaneDemo.DEMO_TITLE;
+import static com.sun.swingset3.demos.editorpane.EditorPaneDemo.SOURCE_FILES;
+import static org.jemmy2ext.JemmyExt.EXACT_STRING_COMPARATOR;
+import java.awt.Dimension;
+import java.awt.Insets;
+import java.awt.Point;
+import java.awt.Rectangle;
+import java.awt.image.BufferedImage;
+import java.beans.PropertyChangeListener;
+import java.util.concurrent.atomic.AtomicReference;
+import javax.swing.UIManager;
+import org.jemmy2ext.JemmyExt;
+import org.jtregext.GuiTestListener;
+import org.netbeans.jemmy.ClassReference;
+import org.netbeans.jemmy.image.ImageTool;
+import org.netbeans.jemmy.operators.JEditorPaneOperator;
+import org.netbeans.jemmy.operators.JFrameOperator;
+import org.testng.annotations.Listeners;
+import org.testng.annotations.Test;
+import com.sun.swingset3.demos.editorpane.EditorPaneDemo;
+ * @test
+ * @key headful
+ * @summary Verifies SwingSet3 EditorPaneDemo by navigating and and validating
+ *  the page contents in all pages
+ *
+ * @library /sanity/client/lib/jemmy/src
+ * @library /sanity/client/lib/Extensions/src
+ * @library /sanity/client/lib/SwingSet3/src
+ * @modules java.desktop
+ *          java.logging
+ * @build org.jemmy2ext.JemmyExt
+ * @build com.sun.swingset3.demos.editorpane.EditorPaneDemo
+ * @run testng/timeout=600 EditorPaneDemoTest
+ */
+public class EditorPaneDemoTest {
+    private final static String PROPERTY_NAME_PAGE = "page";
+    private final static String INDEX_PAGE_NAME = "index.html";
+    private final static String TEXT_IN_INDEX_PAGE = "Octavo Corporation";
+    private final static Dimension INDEX_IMAGE_DIMENSION = new Dimension(550, 428);
+    private final static Dimension imageDimensions[] = {new Dimension(320, 342),
+            new Dimension(420, 290), new Dimension(381, 384),
+            new Dimension(316, 498), new Dimension(481 ,325),
+            new Dimension(516, 445)};
+    private final static String REFERENCE_NAMES[] =
+        {"title", "king", "preface", "seaweed", "ant", "bug"};
+    private final static String TEXTS_IN_PAGES[] =
+        {"Physiological Descriptions", "ROBERT HOOKE",
+                "Mankind above other Creatures", "Area A B C D",
+                "Observ. XLIX", "Cylinder F F F"};
+    private final AtomicReference<URL> newPageURL = new AtomicReference<>();
+    /**
+     * Testing the navigation through all html pages in EditorPaneDemo by
+     * clicking on different references and validating the page contents.
+     *
+     * @throws Exception
+     */
+    @Test(dataProvider = "availableLookAndFeels", dataProviderClass = TestHelpers.class)
+    public void test(String lookAndFeel) throws Exception {
+        UIManager.setLookAndFeel(lookAndFeel);
+        new ClassReference(EditorPaneDemo.class.getCanonicalName()).startApplication();
+        JFrameOperator frameOperator = new JFrameOperator(DEMO_TITLE);
+        frameOperator.setComparator(EXACT_STRING_COMPARATOR);
+        PropertyChangeListener pageChangeListener =
+                event -> newPageURL.set((URL) event.getNewValue());
+        JEditorPaneOperator editorPaneOperator = new JEditorPaneOperator(frameOperator);
+        try {
+            editorPaneOperator.addPropertyChangeListener(
+                    PROPERTY_NAME_PAGE, pageChangeListener);
+            // Validation of initial or index page
+            URL indexURL = getPageURL(INDEX_PAGE_NAME);
+            editorPaneOperator.waitStateOnQueue(comp
+                    -> indexURL.equals(editorPaneOperator.getPage()));
+            checkImage(editorPaneOperator, INDEX_IMAGE_DIMENSION, INDEX_PAGE_NAME);
+            checkTextPresence(editorPaneOperator, TEXT_IN_INDEX_PAGE);
+            // Clicking on different references and validating pages by selecting
+            // unique texts in each page
+            for (int i = 0; i < REFERENCE_NAMES.length; i++) {
+                editorPaneOperator.clickOnReference(REFERENCE_NAMES[i]);
+                validatePage(editorPaneOperator, i);
+            }
+        } finally {
+            editorPaneOperator.removePropertyChangeListener(
+                    PROPERTY_NAME_PAGE, pageChangeListener);
+        }
+    }
+    private void checkTextPresence(
+            JEditorPaneOperator editorPaneOperator, String text) {
+        editorPaneOperator.selectText(text);
+        editorPaneOperator.waitStateOnQueue(comp
+                -> text.equals(editorPaneOperator.getSelectedText()));
+    }
+    private void validatePage(JEditorPaneOperator editorPaneOperator,
+            int i) throws Exception {
+        URL expectedPageURL = getPageURL(REFERENCE_NAMES[i] + ".html");
+        editorPaneOperator.waitStateOnQueue(comp
+                -> expectedPageURL.equals(newPageURL.get()));
+        checkImage(editorPaneOperator, imageDimensions[i], REFERENCE_NAMES[i]);
+        checkTextPresence(editorPaneOperator, TEXTS_IN_PAGES[i]);
+    }
+    private void checkImage(JEditorPaneOperator editorPaneOperator,
+            Dimension imageDim, String pageName) throws Exception {
+        // Captures image screen shot and checking some 10 pixels from inner
+        // area of the image are not default background color
+        Point compLoc = editorPaneOperator.getLocationOnScreen();
+        Insets insets = editorPaneOperator.getInsets();
+        Rectangle imageRect = new Rectangle(new Point(compLoc.x + insets.left,
+                compLoc.y +, imageDim);
+        final int xGap = 100, yGap = 40, columns = 2, rows = 5;
+        editorPaneOperator.waitState(comp -> {
+            BufferedImage capturedImage = ImageTool.getImage(imageRect);
+            int x = 0, y = 0, i = 0, j;
+            for (; i < columns; i++) {
+                x += xGap;
+                y = 0;
+                for (j = 0; j < rows; j++) {
+                    y += yGap;
+                    if(capturedImage.getRGB(x, y) ==
+                            editorPaneOperator.getBackground().getRGB()) {
+                        // saving image for failure case
+              , "capturedimage_" + pageName + "_" +
+                                UIManager.getLookAndFeel().getClass().getSimpleName() + ".png");
+                        return false;
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+            return true;
+        });
+    }
+    /**
+     * Gets the URL corresponding to a page name
+     *
+     * @param pageName : name of the page
+     * @return : URL corresponding to page
+     */
+    private URL getPageURL(String pageName) {
+        String url = null;
+        for (String sourceFile : SOURCE_FILES) {
+            if(sourceFile.endsWith(pageName)) {
+                url = sourceFile;
+            }
+        }
+        return getClass().getResource(url);
+    }
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+ * Copyright (c) 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+ *
+ * This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
+ * under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 only, as
+ * published by the Free Software Foundation.
+ *
+ * This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+ * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
+ * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
+ * version 2 for more details (a copy is included in the LICENSE file that
+ * accompanied this code).
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License version
+ * 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
+ * Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
+ *
+ * Please contact Oracle, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA 94065 USA
+ * or visit if you need additional information or have any
+ * questions.
+ */
+package com.sun.swingset3.demos.editorpane;
+import java.awt.BorderLayout;
+import java.awt.Dimension;
+import javax.swing.JEditorPane;
+import javax.swing.JFrame;
+import javax.swing.JPanel;
+import javax.swing.JScrollPane;
+import javax.swing.JViewport;
+import javax.swing.event.HyperlinkEvent;
+import javax.swing.event.HyperlinkListener;
+import javax.swing.text.html.HTMLDocument;
+import javax.swing.text.html.HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent;
+import com.sun.swingset3.DemoProperties;
+ * EditorPane Demo (was HTMLDemo in SwingSet2)
+ */
+        value = "JEditorPane Demo",
+        category = "Text",
+        description = "Demonstrates JEditorPane, a text component which supports display and editing of rich text formats (such as HTML)",
+        sourceFiles = {
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/ant.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/bug.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/index.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/king.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/preface.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/seaweed.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/title.html",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/back.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/forward.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/editorpane/header.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/ant.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/book.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/bug.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/bug2.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/COPYRIGHT",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/crest.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/king.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/micro.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/book/Octavo/seaweed.jpg",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/resources/",
+                "com/sun/swingset3/demos/editorpane/resources/images/EditorPaneDemo.gif"
+                }
+public class EditorPaneDemo extends JPanel {
+    public static final String DEMO_TITLE = EditorPaneDemo.class.getAnnotation(DemoProperties.class).value();
+    public static final String[] SOURCE_FILES = EditorPaneDemo.class.getAnnotation(DemoProperties.class).sourceFiles();
+    private JEditorPane html;
+    /**
+     * main method allows us to run as a standalone demo.
+     */
+    public static void main(String[] args) {
+        JFrame frame = new JFrame(EditorPaneDemo.class.getAnnotation(DemoProperties.class).value());
+        frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
+        frame.getContentPane().add(new EditorPaneDemo());
+        frame.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(800, 600));
+        frame.pack();
+        frame.setLocationRelativeTo(null);
+        frame.setVisible(true);
+    }
+    /**
+     * EditorPaneDemo Constructor
+     */
+    public EditorPaneDemo() {
+        setLayout(new BorderLayout());
+        try {
+            URL url;
+            // System.getProperty("user.dir") +
+            // System.getProperty("file.separator");
+            String path = null;
+            try {
+                path = "book/index.html";
+                url = getClass().getResource(path);
+            } catch (Exception e) {
+                System.err.println("Failed to open " + path);
+                url = null;
+            }
+            if (url != null) {
+                html = new JEditorPane(url);
+                html.setEditable(false);
+                html.addHyperlinkListener(createHyperLinkListener());
+                JScrollPane scroller = new JScrollPane();
+                JViewport vp = scroller.getViewport();
+                vp.add(html);
+                add(scroller, BorderLayout.CENTER);
+            }
+        } catch (MalformedURLException e) {
+            System.out.println("Malformed URL: " + e);
+        } catch (IOException e) {
+            System.out.println("IOException: " + e);
+        }
+    }
+    private HyperlinkListener createHyperLinkListener() {
+        return new HyperlinkListener() {
+            public void hyperlinkUpdate(HyperlinkEvent e) {
+                if (e.getEventType() == HyperlinkEvent.EventType.ACTIVATED) {
+                    if (e instanceof HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent) {
+                        ((HTMLDocument) html.getDocument()).processHTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent(
+                                (HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent) e);
+                    } else {
+                        try {
+                            html.setPage(e.getURL());
+                        } catch (IOException ioe) {
+                            System.out.println("IOE: " + ioe);
+                        }
+                    }
+                }
+            }
+        };
+    }
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+Images and text in the SwingSet3 EditorPane demo are used by permission of Octavo
+Corporation and are sourced from Rare Book Room (
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+<title>Untitled Document</title>
+<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
+<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
+<img src="Octavo/ant.jpg" width="481" height="325">
+<h1 align="center"><br>
+  Observ. XLIX. Of an Ant or Pismire.<br>
+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+  <blockquote>
+   <p><font size="4">This was a creature, more troublesom to be drawn, then any 
+      of the rest, for I could not, for a good while, think of a way to make it 
+      suffer its body to ly quiet in a natural posture; but whil'st it was alive,
+      if its feet were fetter'd in Wax or Glew, it would so twist and wind its body, 
+      that I could not any wayes get a good view of it; and if I killed it, its 
+      body was so little, that I did often spoile the shape of it, before I could 
+      throughly view it: for this is the nature of these minute Bodies, that as 
+      soon, almost, as ever their life is destroy'd, their parts immediately shrivel, 
+      and lose their beauty; and so is it also with small Plants, as I instanced 
+      before, in the description of Moss. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">And thence also is the reason of the variations in the beards 
+      of wild Oats, and in those of Muskgrass seed, that their bodies, being exceeding 
+      small, those small variations which are made in the surfaces of all bodies, 
+      almost upon every change of Air, especially if the body be porous, do here 
+      become sensible, where the whole body is so small, that it is almost nothing 
+      but surface; for as in vegetable substances, I see no great reason to think, 
+      that the moisture of the Aire (that, sticking to a wreath'd beard, does make 
+      it untwist) should evaporate, or exhale away, any faster then the moisture 
+      of other bodies, but rather that the avolation from, or access of moisture 
+      to, the surfaces of bodies being much the same, those bodies become most 
+      sensible of it, which have the least proportion of body to their surface. 
+      </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">So is it also with Animal substances; the dead body of an 
+      Ant, or such little creature, does almost instantly shrivel and dry, and 
+      your object shall be quite another thing, before you can half delineate 
+      it, which proceeds not from the extraordinary exhalation, but from the small 
+      proportion of body and juices, to the usual drying of bodies in the Air, 
+      especially if warm. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">For which inconvenience, where I could not otherwise remove 
+      it, I thought of this expedient. I took the creature, I had design'd to delineate, 
+      and put it into a drop of very well rectified spirit of Wine, this I found 
+      would presently dispatch, as it were, the Animal, and being taken out of 
+      it, and lay'd on a paper,the spirit of Wine would immediately fly away, 
+      and leave the Animal dry, in its natural posture, or at least, in a constitution, 
+      that it might easily with a pin be plac'd, in what posture you desired to 
+      draw it, and the limbs would so remain, without either moving, or shriveling. 
+      </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">And thus I dealt with this Ant, which I have here delineated, 
+      which was one of many, of a very large kind, that inhabited under the Roots 
+      of a Tree, from whence they would sally out in great parties, and make most 
+      grievous havock of the Flowers and Fruits, in the ambient Garden, and return back 
+      again very expertly, by the same wayes and paths they went. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">It was more then half the bigness of an Earwig, of a dark 
+      brown, or reddish colour, with long legs, on the hinder of which it would 
+      stand up, and raise its head as high as it could above the ground, that it 
+      might stare the further about it, just after the same manner as I have also 
+      observ'd a hunting Spider to do: and putting my finger towards them, they 
+      have at first all run towards it, till almost at it; and then they would stand 
+      round about it, at a certain distance, and smell, as it were, and consider 
+      whether they should any of them venture any further, till one more bold then 
+      the rest venturing to climb it, all the rest, if I would have suffered them, 
+      would have immediately followed : much such other seemingly rational actions 
+      I have observ'd in this little Vermine with much pleasure, which would be 
+      too long to be here related; those that desire more of them may satisfie 
+      their curiosity in Ligons History of the Barbadoes. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">Having insnar'd several of these into a small Box, I made 
+      choice of the tallest grown among them, and separating it from the rest, 
+      I gave it a Gill of Brandy, or Spirit of Wine, which after a while e'en knock'd 
+      him down dead drunk, so that he became moveless, though at first putting 
+      in he struggled for a pretty while very much, till at last, certain bubbles 
+      issuing out of his mouth, it ceased to move; this (because I had before found 
+      them quickly to recover again, if they were taken out presently) I suffered 
+      to lye above an hour in the Spirit; and after I had taken it out, and put 
+      its body and legs into a natural posture, remained moveless about an hour; 
+      but then, upon a sudden, as if it had been awaken out of a drunken sleep, 
+      it suddenly reviv'd and ran away; being caught, and serv'd as before, he 
+      for a while continued struggling and striving, till at last there issued 
+      several bubbles out of its mouth, and then, tanquam animam expirasset, he 
+      remained moveless for a good while ; but at length again recovering, it was 
+      again redipt, and suffered to lye some hours in the Spirit; notwithstanding 
+      which, after it had layen dry some three or four hours, it again recovered 
+      life and motion: Which kind of Experiments, if prosecuted, which they highly 
+      deserve, seem to me of no inconsiderable use towards the invention of the 
+      Latent Scheme, (as the Noble Ve rulam calls it) or the hidden, unknown Texture 
+      of Bodies. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">Of what Figure this Creature appear'd through the Microscope, 
+      the 32. Scheme (though not so carefully graven as it ought) will represent 
+      to the eye, namely, That it had a large head A A, at the upper end of which 
+      were two protuberant eyes, pearl'd like those of a Fly, but smaller B B; 
+      of the Nose, or foremost part, issued two horns C C, of a shape sufficiently 
+      differing from those of a blew Fly, though indeed they seem to be both the 
+      same kind of Organ, and to serve for a kind of smelling; beyond these were 
+      two indented jaws D D, which he open'd sideways, and was able to gape them 
+      asunder very wide; and the ends of them being armed with teeth, which meeting 
+      went between each other, it was able to grasp and hold a heavy body, three 
+      or four times the bulk and weight of its own body: It had only six legs, 
+      shap'd like those of a Fly, which, as I shewed before, is an Argument that 
+      it is a winged Insect, and though I could not perceive any sign of them in 
+      the middle part of its body (which seem'd to consist of three joints or pieces 
+      E F G, out of which sprung two legs, yet 'tis known that there are of them 
+      that have long wings, and fly up and down in the air. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The third and last part of its body I I I was bigger and 
+      larger then the other two, unto which it was joyn'd by a very small middle, 
+      and had a kind of loose shell, or another distinct part of its body H, which 
+      seem'd to be interpos'd, and to keep the thorax and belly from touching. 
+      The whole body was cas'd over with a very strong armour, and the belly I 
+      I I was covered likewise with multitudes of small white shining brisles; 
+      the legs, horns, head, and middle parts of its body were bestruck with hairs 
+      also, but smaller and darker. </font></p>
+  </blockquote>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
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+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
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+<h1 align="center">Observ. LIV. Of a Louse.<br>
+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+  <blockquote> 
+    <p><font size="4">This is a Creature so officious, that 'twill be known to 
+      every one at one time or other, so busie, and so impudent, that it will 
+      be intruding it self in every ones company, and so proud and aspiring withall, 
+      that it fears not to trample on the best, and affects nothing so much as 
+      a Crown; feeds and lives very high, and that makes it so saucy, as to pull 
+      any one by the ears that comes in its way, and will never be quiet till 
+      it has drawn blood: it is troubled at nothing so much as at a man that scratches 
+      his head, as knowing that man is plotting and contriving some mischief against 
+      it, and that makes it oftentime sculk into some meaner and lower place, and 
+      run behind a mans back, though it go very much against the hair; which ill 
+      conditions of it having made it better known then trusted, would exempt me 
+      from making any further description of it, did not my faithful Mercury, my 
+      Microscope, bring me other information of it. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">For this has discovered to me, by means of a very bright light 
+      cast on it, that it is a Creature of a very odd shape ; it has a head shap'd 
+      like that exprest in 35. Scheme marked with A, which seems almost Conical, 
+      but is a little flatted on the upper and under sides, at the biggest part 
+      of which, on either side behind the head (as it were, being the place where 
+      other Creatures ears stand) are placed its two black shining goggle eyes 
+      B B, looking backwards, and fenced round with several small cilia or hairs 
+      that incompass it, so that it seems this Creature has no very good foresight: 
+      It does not seem to have any eyelids, and therefore perhaps its eyes were 
+      so placed, that it might the better cleanse them with its forelegs; and perhaps 
+      this may be the reason, why they so much avoid and run from the light behind 
+      them, for being made to live in the shady and dark recesses of the hair, 
+      and thence probably their eye having a great aperture, the open and clear 
+      light, especially that of the Sun, must needs very much offend them; to secure 
+      these eyes from receiving any injury from the hairs through which it passes, 
+      it has two horns that grow before it, in the place where one would have thought 
+      the eyes should be; each of these C C have four joynts, which are fringed, 
+      as 'twere, with small brisles, from which to the tip of its snout D, the 
+      head seems very round and tapering, ending in a very sharp nose D, which 
+      seems to have a small hole, and to be the passage through which he sucks 
+      the blood. </font></p>
+    <p>&nbsp;</p>
+    <p><img src="Octavo/bug2.jpg" width="537" height="348"></p>
+    <p><font size="4">Now whereas it if be plac'd on its back, with its belly 
+      upwards, as it is in the 35. Scheme, it seems in several Positions to have 
+      a resemblance of chaps, or jaws, as is represented in the Figure by E E, 
+      yet in other postures those dark strokes disappear; and having kept several 
+      of them in a box for two or three dayes, so that for all that time they had 
+      nothing to feed on, I found, upon letting onecreep on my hand, that it immediately 
+      fell to sucking, and did neither seem to thrust its nose very deep into the 
+      skin, nor to open any kind of mouth, but I could plainly perceive a small 
+      current of blood, which came directly from its snout, and past into its belly; 
+      and about A there seem'd a contrivance, somewhat resembling a Pump, pair 
+      of Bellows, or Heart, for by a very swift systole and diastole the blood 
+      seem'd drawn from the nose, and forced into the body. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">It did not seem at all, though I viewed it a good while as 
+      it was sucking, to thrust more of its nose into the skin then the very snout 
+      D, nor did it cause the least discernable pain, and yet the blood seem'd 
+      to run through its head very quick and freely, so that it seems there is 
+      no part of the skin but the blood is dispers'd into, nay, even into the 
+      cuticula; for had it thrust its whole nose in from D to C C, it would not 
+      have amounted to the supposed thickness of that tegument, the length of 
+      the nose being not more then a three hundredth part of an inch. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">It has six legs, covered with a very transparent shell, 
+      and joynted exactly like a Crab's, or Lobster's; each leg is divided into 
+      six parts by these joynts, and those have here and there several small hairs; 
+      and at the end of each leg it has two claws, very properly adapted for its 
+      peculiar use, being thereby inabled to walk very securely both on the skin 
+      and hair; and indeed this contrivance of the feet is very curious, and could 
+      not be made more commodiously and compendiously, for performing both these 
+      requisite motions, of walking and climbing up the hair of a mans head, then 
+      it is : for, by having the lesser claw (a) set so much short of the bigger 
+      (b) when it walks on the skin the shorter touches not, and then the feet 
+      are the same with those of a Mite, and several other small Insects, but by 
+      means of the small joynts of the longer claw it can bend it round, and so 
+      with both claws take hold of a hair, in the manner represented in the Figure, 
+      the long transparent Cylinder F F F, being a Man's hair held by it. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The Thorax seem'd cas'd with another kind of substance then 
+      the belly, namely, with a thin transparent horny substance, which upon the fasting 
+      of the Creature did not grow flaccid; through this I could plainly see the 
+      blood, suck'd from my hand, to be variously distributed, and mov'd to and 
+      fro; and about G there seem'd a pretty big white substance, which seem'd 
+      to be moved within its thorax; besides, there appear'd very many small milk-white 
+      vessels, which crost over the breast between the legs, out of which, on 
+      either side, are many small branchings, these seem'd to be the veins and 
+      arteries, for that which is analogus to blood in all Insects is milk-white. 
+      </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The belly is covered with a transparent substance likewise, 
+      but more resembling a skin then a shell, for 'tis grain'd all over the belly 
+      just like the skin in the palms of a man's hand, and when the belly is empty, 
+      grows very flaccid and wrinkled ; at the upper end of this is placed the 
+      stomach H H, and perhaps also the white spot I I may be the liver, or pancreas, 
+      which by the peristaltick motion of the guts, is a little mov'd to and fro, 
+      not with a systole and diastole, but rather with a thronging or justling 
+      motion. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">Viewing one of these Creatures, after it had fasted two 
+      dayes, all the hinder part was lank and flaccid, and the white spot I I 
+      hardly mov'd, most of the white branchings disappear'd, and most also of 
+      the redness or sucked blood in the guts, the peristaltick motion of which 
+      was scarce discernable; but upon the suffering it to suck, it presently 
+      fill'd the skin of the belly, and of the six scolop'd embosments on either side, 
+      as full as it could be stuft ; the stomach and guts were as full as they 
+      could hold; the peristaltick motion of the gut grew quick, and the justling 
+      motion of I I accordingly ; multitudes of milk-white vessels seem'd quickly 
+      filled, and turgid, which were perhaps the veins and arteries, and the Creature 
+      was so greedy, that though it could not contain more, yet it continued sucking 
+      as fast as ever, and as fast emptying it self behind : the digestion of this 
+      Creature must needs be very quick, for though I perceiv'd the blood thicker 
+      and blacker when suck'd, yet, when in the guts, it was of a very lovely 
+      ruby colour, and that part of it, which was digested into the veins, seemed 
+      white; whence it appears, that a further digestion of blood may make it 
+      milk, at least of a resembling colour : What is else observable in the figure 
+      of this Creature, maybe seen by the 35. Scheme.</font></p>
+    </blockquote>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  <p><a href="ant.html"><img src="editorpane/back.jpg" width="146" height="40" align="left" border="0"></a><a href="index.html" name="index"><img src="editorpane/forward.jpg" width="196" height="40" align="right" border="0"></a></p>
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+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+  <h3><b><a href="title.html" name="title">Title Page</a></b></h3>
+  <h3><b><a href="king.html">To The King</a></b></h3>
+  <h3><b><a href="preface.html">The Preface</a></b></h3>
+  <h3><a href="seaweed.html">Of the curious texture of Sea-weeds</a></h3>
+  <h3><a href="ant.html">Of an Ant or Pismire</a></h3>
+  <h3><a href="bug.html">Of a Louse</a> <br>
+    <br>
+    <br>
+  </h3>
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+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+<blockquote> <font size="4">Do here most humbly lay this small Present at Your 
+  Majesties Royal feet. And though it comes accompany'd with two disadvantages, 
+  the meanness of the Author, and of the Subject; yet in both I am incouraged 
+  by the greatness of your Mercy and your Knowledge. </font>
+<p><font size="4">By the one I am taught , that you can forgive the most presumptuous 
+    Offendors: And by the other, that you will not esteem the least work of Nature, 
+    or Art, unworthy your Observation. </font></p>
+  <p><font size="4">Amidst the many felicities that have accompani'd your Majesties 
+    happy Restauration and Government, it is none of the least considerable, that 
+    Philosophy and Experimental Learning have prosper'd under your Royal Patronage.</font></p>
+  <p><font size="4">And as the calm prosperity of your Reign has given us the 
+    leisure to follow these Studies of quiet and retirement, so it is just, that 
+    the Fruits of them should, by way of acknowledgement, be return'd to your 
+    Majesty. There are, Sir, several other of your Subjects, of your Royal Society, 
+    now busie about Nobler matters: The Improvement of Manufactures and Agriculture, 
+    the Increase of Commerce, the Advantage of Navigation: In all which they are 
+    assisted by your Majesties Incouragement and Example. </font></p>
+  <p><font size="4">Amidst all those greater Designs, I here presume to bring 
+    in that which is more proportionable to the smalness of my Abilities, and 
+    to offer some of the least of all visible things, to that Mighty King, that 
+    has establisht an Empire over the best of all Invisible things of this World, 
+    the Minds o f Men.</font></p>
+  <blockquote>
+    <p align="right">&nbsp;</p>
+  </blockquote>
+  <p align="right"><i><font size="5">Your Majesties most humble</font></i></p>
+  <p align="right"><font size="5"><i> and most obedient</i></font></p>
+  <p align="right"><font size="5"><i> Subject and Servant,</i></font></p>
+  <p align="right">&nbsp;</p>
+  <p align="right"><b><font size="5">ROBERT HOOKE .</font></b></p>
+  <p align="right">&nbsp;</p>
+  <p align="right"><a href="title.html"><img src="editorpane/back.jpg" width="146" height="40" align="left" border="0"></a><a href="preface.html" name="preface"><img src="editorpane/forward.jpg" width="196" height="40" align="right" border="0"></a></p>
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+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  <h1 align="center">THE PREFACE</h1>
+ </div>
+<div align="right"> 
+  <p align="left">&nbsp;</p>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  <div align="left">
+    <p><font size="5"> <font size="4">It is the great prerogative of Mankind above 
+      other Creatures, that we are not only able to behold the works of Nature, 
+      or barely to sustein our lives by them, but we have also the power of considering, 
+      comparing, altering, assisting, and improving them to various uses. </font></font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">And as this is the peculiar priviledge of humane Nature 
+      in general, so is it capable of being so far advanced by the helps of Art, 
+      and Experience, as to make some Men excel others in their Observations, 
+      and Deductions, almost as much as they do Beasts. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">By the addition of such artificial Instruments and methods, 
+      there may be, in some manner, a reparation made for the mischiefs, and imperfection, 
+      mankind has drawn upon itself, by negligence, and intemperance, and a wilful 
+      and superstitious deserting the Prescripts and Rules of Nature, whereby 
+      every man, both from a deriv'd corruption, innate and born with him, and 
+      from his breeding and converse with men, is very subject to slip into all 
+      sorts of errors. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The only way which now remains for us to recover some degree 
+      of those former perfections, seems to be, by rectifying the operations of 
+      the Sense, the Memory, and Reason, since upon the evidence, the strength, 
+      the integrity, and the right correspondence of all these, all the light, 
+      by which our actions are to be guided, is to be renewed, and all our command 
+      over things is to be establisht.</font></p>
+    <p><font size="4"> It is therefore most worthy of our consideration, to recollect 
+      their several defects, that so we may the better understand how to supply 
+      them, and by what assistances we may inlarge their power, and secure them 
+      in performing their particular duties.</font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">As for the actions of our Senses, we cannot but observe 
+      them to be in many particulars much outdone by those of other Creatures, 
+      and when at best, to be far short of the perfection they seem capable of 
+      : And these infirmities of the Senses arise from a double cause, either 
+      from the disproportion of the Object to the Organ, whereby an infinite number 
+      of things can never enter into them, or else from error in the Perception, 
+      that many things, which come within their reach, are not received in a right 
+      manner. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The like frailties are to be found in the Memory; we often 
+      let many things slip away from us, which deserve to be retain'd; and of 
+      those which we treasure up, a great part is either frivolous or false ; 
+      and if good, and substantial, either in tract of time obliterated, or at 
+      best so overwhelmed and buried under more frothy notions, that when there 
+      is need of them, they are in vain sought for. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The two main foundations being so deceivable, it is no wonder, 
+      that all the succeeding works which we build upon them, of arguing, concluding, 
+      defining, judging, and all the other degrees of Reason, are lyable to the 
+      same imperfection, being, at best, either vain, or uncertain: So that the 
+      errors of the understanding are answerable to the two other, being defective 
+      both in the quantity and goodness of its knowledge; for the limits, to which 
+      our thoughts are confind, are small in respect of the vast extent of Nature 
+      it self; some parts of it are too large to be comprehended, and some too 
+      little to be perceived. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">And from thence it must follow, that not having a full sensation 
+      of the Object, we must be very lame and imperfect in our conceptions about 
+      it, and in all the propositions which we build upon it; hence we often take 
+      the shadow of things for the substance, small appearances for good similitudes, 
+      similitudes for definitions; and even many of those, which we think to be 
+      the most solid definitions, are rather expressions of our own misguided 
+      apprehensions then of the true nature of the things themselves. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The effects of these imperfections are manifested in different 
+      ways, according to the temper and disposition of the several minds of men, 
+      some they incline to gross ignorance and stupidity, and others to a presumptuous 
+      imposing on other mens Opinions, and a confident dogmatizing on matters, 
+      whereof there is no assurance to be given. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">Thus all the uncertainty, and mistakes of humane actions, 
+      proceed either from the narrowness and wandring of our Senses, from the 
+      slipperiness or delusion of our Memory, from the confinement or rashness 
+      of our Understanding, so that 'tis no wonder, that our power over natural 
+      causes and effects is so slowly improvd, seeing we are not only to contend 
+      with the obscurity and difficulty of the things whereon we work and think, 
+      but even the forces of our own minds conspire to betray us. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">These being the dangers in the process of humane Reason, 
+      the remedies of them all can only proceed from the real, the mechanical, 
+      the experimental Philosophy, which has this advantage over the Philosophy 
+      of discourse and disputation, that whereas that chiefly aims at the subtilty 
+      of its Deductions and Conclusions, without much regard to the first groundwork, 
+      which ought to be well laid on the Sense and Memory ; so this intends the 
+      right ordering of them all, and the making them serviceable to each other. 
+      </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">The first thing to be undertaken in this weighty work, is 
+      a watchfulness over the failings and an inlargement of the dominion, of 
+      the Senses. To which end it is requisite, first, That there should be a 
+      scrupulous choice, and a strict examination, of the reality, constancy, 
+      and certainty of the Particulars that we admit: This is the first rise whereon 
+      truth is to begin, and here the most severe, and most impartial diligence, 
+      must be imployed ; the storing up of all, without any regard to evidence 
+      or use, will only tend to darkness and confusion. </font></p>
+    <p><font size="4">We must not therefore esteem the riches of our Philosophical 
+      treasure by the number only, but chiefly by the weight; the most vulgar 
+      Instances are not to be neglected, but above all, the most instructive are 
+      to be entertain'd: the footsteps of Nature are to be trac'd, not only in 
+      her ordinary course,but when she seems to be put to her shifts, to make 
+      many doublings and turnings, and to use some kind of art in indeavouring 
+      to avoid our discovery. </font></p>
+    <p>&nbsp;</p>
+    <p><a href="king.html"><img src="editorpane/back.jpg" width="146" height="40" align="left" border="0"></a><a href="seaweed.html" name="seaweed"><img src="editorpane/forward.jpg" width="196" height="40" align="right" border="0"></a></p>
+    <p>&nbsp;</p>
+    <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  </div>
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+  Observ. XXIII. Of the curious texture of Sea-weeds.<br>
+<p align="center">&nbsp;</p>
+  <p><font size="4">For curiosity and beauty, I have not among all the Plants 
+    or Vegetables I have yet observ'd, seen any one comparable to this Sea-weed 
+    I have here describ'd, of which I am able to say very little more then what 
+    is represented by the second Figure of the ninth Scheme: Namely, that it is 
+    a Plant which grows upon the Rocks under the water, and increases and spreads 
+    it self into a great tuft, which is not onely handsomely branch'd into several 
+    leaves, but the whole surface of the Plant is cover'd over with a most curious 
+    kind of carv'd work, which consists of a texture much resembling a Honeycomb; 
+    for the whole surface on both sides is cover'd over with a multitude of very 
+    small holes, being no bigger then so many holes made with the point of a small 
+    Pinn, and rang'd in the neatest and most delicate order imaginable, they being 
+    plac'd in the manner of a Quincunx, or very much like the rows of the eyes 
+    of a Fly, the rows or orders being very regular, which way soever they are 
+    observ'd: what the texture was, as it appear'd through a pretty bigg Magnifying 
+    Microscope, I have here adjoin'd in the first Figure of the 14. Scheme. which 
+    round Area A B C D represents a part of the surface about one eighth part 
+    of an Inch in Diameter: Those little holes, which to the eye look'd round, 
+    like so many little spots, here appear'd very regularly shap'd holes, representing 
+    almost the shape of the sole of a round toed shoe, the hinder part of which, 
+    is, as it were, trod on or cover'd by the toe of that next below it; these 
+    holes seem'd wall'd about with a very thin and transparent substance, looking 
+    of a pale straw-colour; from the edge of which, against the middle of each 
+    hole, were sprouted out four small transparent straw-colour'd Thorns, which 
+    seem'd to protect and cover those cavities, from either side two; neer the 
+    root of this Plant, were sprouted out several small branches of a kind of 
+    bastard Coralline, curiously branch'd, though small. </font></p>
+  <p><font size="4">And to confirm this, having lately the opportunity of viewing 
+    the large Plant (if I may so call it) of a Sponge petrify'd, of which I made 
+    mention in the last Observation, I found, that each of the Branches or Figures 
+    of it, did, by the range of its pores, exhibit just such a texture, the rows 
+    of pores crossing one another, much after the manner as the rows of eyes do 
+    which are describ'd in the 26. Scheme : Coralline also, and several sorts of 
+    white Coral, I have with a Microscope observ'd very curiously shap'd. And 
+    I doubt not, but that he that shall observe these several kinds of Plants that 
+    grow upon Rocks, which the Sea sometimes overflows, and those heaps of others 
+    which are vomited out of it upon the shore, may find multitudes of little 
+    Plants, and other bodies, which like this will afford very beautifull objects 
+    for the Microscope ; and this Specimen here is adjoin'd onely to excite their 
+    curiosities who have opportunity of observing to examine and collect what 
+    they find worthy their notice; for the Sea, among terrestrial bodies, is also 
+    a prolifick mother, and affords as many Instances of spontaneous generations 
+    as either the Air or Earth.</font></p>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  <p><a href="preface.html"><img src="editorpane/back.jpg" width="146" height="40" align="left" border="0"></a><a href="ant.html" name="ant"><img src="editorpane/forward.jpg" width="196" height="40" align="right" border="0"></a></p>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
+  <p>&nbsp;</p>
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+<title>Untitled Document</title>
+<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
+<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
+<img src="Octavo/crest.jpg" width="320" height="342">
+<h1 align="center"><font size="+1"><b><font size="+4" color="#990033"><br>
+  MICROGRAPHIA:</font><font size="+4"> </font></b></font></h1>
+<p align="center"><b>OR SOME </b></p>
+<p align="center"><font size="5">Physiological Descriptions </font></p>
+<p align="center"><b>O F</b></p>
+<p align="center"> <font size="6"><b><font color="#9F1040">MINUTE BODIES</font></b></font></p>
+<p align="center"> <b>MADE BY </b></p>
+<p align="center"><font size="5" color="#9F1040">MAGNIFYING GLASSES. </font></p>
+<p align="center"><b>WITH </b></p>
+<p align="center"><b><font color="#990033">OBSERVATIONS</font></b> and <b><font color="#9F1040">INQUIRIES</font></b> 
+  thereupon.</p>
+<p align="center"> By <font color="#990033"><i><b>R. HOOKE</b></i></font><b><i> 
+  ,</i></b> Fellow of the <font color="#990033">ROYAL SOCIETY</font> .</p>
+  <blockquote> 
+    <blockquote> 
+      <p align="center"><i>LONDON</i>, Printed by <font color="#990033"><i>Jo. 
+        Martyn</i>,</font> and <font color="#990033"><i>Ja. Allestry,</i></font> 
+        Printers to the <font color="#990033">ROYAL SOCIETY </font>, and are to 
+        be sold at their Shop at the Bell in S. Paul's Church-yard. <font color="#990000">M 
+        D C L X V.</font></p>
+      <p align="center"><font color="#990000"><br>
+        </font></p>
+    </blockquote>
+    <p><a href="index.html"><img src="editorpane/back.jpg" width="146" height="40" align="left" border="0"></a><a href="king.html" name="king"><img src="editorpane/forward.jpg" width="196" height="40" align="right" border="0"></a></p>
+  </blockquote>
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+EditorPaneDemo.accessible_description=This demo shows how to display html text using the JEditorPane component.
+EditorPaneDemo.tooltip=JEditorPane HTML demo HTML Demo
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