WaylandSeat QML Type

Provides access to keyboard, mouse, and touch input. More...

Import Statement: import QtWayland.Compositor 1.3
Since: Qt 5.8

Methods

Detailed Description

The WaylandSeat type provides access to different types of user input and maintains a keyboard focus and a mouse pointer. It corresponds to the wl_seat interface in the Wayland protocol.

Method Documentation

void sendKeyEvent(int qtKey, bool pressed)

Sends a key press or release to the keyboard device.

This method was introduced in Qt 5.12.


void sendTouchCancelEvent(WaylandClient client)

Sends a cancel event to the touch device of a client.


void sendTouchFrameEvent(WaylandClient client)

Sends a frame event to the touch device of a client to indicate the end of a series of touch up, down, and motion events.


void sendTouchPointMoved(WaylandSurface surface, int id, point position)

Sends a touch moved event for the touch point id on surface with position position.

Note: You need to send a touch frame event when you are done sending touch events.

Returns the serial for the touch motion event.


uint sendTouchPointPressed(WaylandSurface surface, int id, point position)

Sends a touch pressed event for the touch point id on surface with position position.

Note: You need to send a touch frame event when you are done sending touch events.

Returns the serial for the touch down event.


void sendTouchPointReleased(WaylandSurface surface, int id, point position)

Sends a touch released event for the touch point id on surface with position position.

Note: You need to send a touch frame event when you are done sending touch events.

Returns the serial for the touch up event.


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