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Referencia de la Clase OrderIndicator

#include <orderindicator.h>

Diagrama de herencias de OrderIndicator
QWidget QObject QPaintDevice QObject QPaintDevice Qt Qt Qt Qt

Lista de todos los miembros.

Métodos públicos

 OrderIndicator (int i, QWidget *w, FormWindow *fw)
 ~OrderIndicator ()
void setOrder (int i, QWidget *w)
void reposition ()

Métodos protegidos

void paintEvent (QPaintEvent *)
void mousePressEvent (QMouseEvent *e)
void updateMask ()

Documentación del constructor y destructor

OrderIndicator::OrderIndicator ( int  i,
QWidget w,
FormWindow fw 
OrderIndicator::~OrderIndicator ( )

Documentación de las funciones miembro

void OrderIndicator::mousePressEvent ( QMouseEvent e) [protected, virtual]

This event handler, for event e, can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive mouse press events for the widget.

If you create new widgets in the mousePressEvent() the mouseReleaseEvent() may not end up where you expect, depending on the underlying window system (or X11 window manager), the widgets' location and maybe more.

The default implementation implements the closing of popup widgets when you click outside the window. For other widget types it does nothing.

Ver también:
mouseReleaseEvent(), mouseDoubleClickEvent(), mouseMoveEvent(), event(), QMouseEvent

Reimplementado de QWidget.

void OrderIndicator::paintEvent ( QPaintEvent ) [protected, virtual]

This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive paint events.

A paint event is a request to repaint all or part of the widget. It can happen as a result of repaint() or update(), or because the widget was obscured and has now been uncovered, or for many other reasons.

Many widgets can simply repaint their entire surface when asked to, but some slow widgets need to optimize by painting only the requested region: QPaintEvent::region(). This speed optimization does not change the result, as painting is clipped to that region during event processing. QListView and QCanvas do this, for example.

Qt also tries to speed up painting by merging multiple paint events into one. When update() is called several times or the window system sends several paint events, Qt merges these events into one event with a larger region (see QRegion::unite()). repaint() does not permit this optimization, so we suggest using update() when possible.

When the paint event occurs, the update region has normally been erased, so that you're painting on the widget's background. There are a couple of exceptions and QPaintEvent::erased() tells you whether the widget has been erased or not.

The background can be set using setBackgroundMode(), setPaletteBackgroundColor() or setBackgroundPixmap(). The documentation for setBackgroundMode() elaborates on the background; we recommend reading it.

Ver también:
event(), repaint(), update(), QPainter, QPixmap, QPaintEvent

Reimplementado de QWidget.

void OrderIndicator::reposition ( )
void OrderIndicator::setOrder ( int  i,
QWidget w 
void OrderIndicator::updateMask ( ) [protected, virtual]

This function can be reimplemented in a subclass to support transparent widgets. It should be called whenever a widget changes state in a way that means that the shape mask must be recalculated.

Ver también:
setAutoMask(), updateMask(), setMask(), clearMask()

Reimplementado de QWidget.

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