Obsolete Members for QFont
The following members of class QFont are obsolete. They are provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using them in new code.
| ||rawMode() const|
| ||rawName() const|
| ||setRawMode(bool enable)|
| ||setRawName(const QString &name)|
Static Public Members
| ||removeSubstitution(const QString &familyName)|
Member Function Documentation
true if raw mode is used for font name matching; otherwise returns
See also setRawMode().
QString QFont::rawName() const
Returns the name of the font within the underlying window system.
On X11, this function will return an empty string.
Using the return value of this function is usually not portable.
See also setRawName().
[static] void QFont::removeSubstitution(const QString &familyName)
This function is deprecated. Use removeSubstitutions() instead.
If enable is true, turns raw mode on; otherwise turns raw mode off. This function only has an effect under X11.
If raw mode is enabled, Qt will search for an X font with a complete font name matching the family name, ignoring all other values set for the QFont. If the font name matches several fonts, Qt will use the first font returned by X. QFontInfo cannot be used to fetch information about a QFont using raw mode (it will return the values set in the QFont for all parameters, including the family name).
Warning: Enabling raw mode has no effect since Qt 5.0.
See also rawMode().
void QFont::setRawName(const QString &name)
Sets a font by its system specific name.
A font set with setRawName() is still a full-featured QFont. It can be queried (for example with italic()) or modified (for example with setItalic()) and is therefore also suitable for rendering rich text.
If Qt's internal font database cannot resolve the raw name, the font becomes a raw font with name as its family.
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