Basic touch display based input handler. More...
|virtual void||touchEvent(QTouchEvent *event)|
- 12 public functions inherited from Q3DInputHandler
- 12 public functions inherited from QAbstract3DInputHandler
- 32 public functions inherited from QObject
Additional Inherited Members
- 4 properties inherited from Q3DInputHandler
- 3 properties inherited from QAbstract3DInputHandler
- 1 property inherited from QObject
- 1 public slot inherited from QObject
- 4 signals inherited from Q3DInputHandler
- 3 signals inherited from QAbstract3DInputHandler
- 2 signals inherited from QObject
- 11 static public members inherited from QObject
- 4 protected functions inherited from QAbstract3DInputHandler
- 9 protected functions inherited from QObject
Basic touch display based input handler.
QTouch3DInputHandler is the basic input handler for touch screen devices.
Default touch input handler has the following functionalty:
|Touch-And-Move||Rotate graph within limits set for Q3DCamera|
|Tap||Select the item tapped or remove selection if none. May open the secondary view depending on the selection mode.|
|Tap-And-Hold||Same as tap.|
|Pinch||Zoom in/out within the allowable zoom range set for Q3DCamera.|
|Tap on the primary view when the secondary view is visible||Closes the secondary view.|
Rotation, zoom, and selection can each be individually disabled using corresponding Q3DInputHandler properties.
Member Function Documentation
QTouch3DInputHandler::QTouch3DInputHandler(QObject *parent = Q_NULLPTR)
Constructs the basic touch display input handler. An optional parent parameter can be given and is then passed to QObject constructor.
Destroys the input handler.
[virtual] void QTouch3DInputHandler::touchEvent(QTouchEvent *event)
Reimplemented from QAbstract3DInputHandler::touchEvent().
Override this to change handling of touch events. Touch event is given in the event.
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