QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent Class

The QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent class provides events for widget moving in the graphics view framework. More...

Header: #include <QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent>
qmake: QT += widgets
Since: Qt 4.4
Inherits: QGraphicsSceneEvent

Public Functions

QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent()
virtual ~QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent()
QPointF newPos() const
QPointF oldPos() const

Additional Inherited Members

  • 1 property inherited from QEvent
  • 1 public variable inherited from QEvent
  • 1 static public member inherited from QEvent
  • 2 protected variables inherited from QEvent

Detailed Description

The QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent class provides events for widget moving in the graphics view framework.

A QGraphicsWidget sends itself a QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent immediately when its local position changes. The delivery is implemented as part of QGraphicsItem::itemChange().

It's similar to QMoveEvent, but its positions, oldPos() and newPos(), use QPointF instead of QPoint.

See also QGraphicsItem::setPos(), QGraphicsItem::ItemPositionChange, and QGraphicsItem::ItemPositionHasChanged.

Member Function Documentation

QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent::QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent()

Constructs a QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent.

[virtual] QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent::~QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent()

Destroys the QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent.

QPointF QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent::newPos() const

Returns the new position (i.e., the current position).

See also oldPos() and QGraphicsItem::setPos().

QPointF QGraphicsSceneMoveEvent::oldPos() const

Returns the old position (i.e., the position immediately before the widget was moved).

See also newPos() and QGraphicsItem::setPos().

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