The QHelpEvent class provides an event that is used to request helpful information about a particular point in a widget. More...
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- List of all members, including inherited members
- QHelpEvent is part of Event Classes and Help System.
|QHelpEvent(QEvent::Type type, const QPoint &pos, const QPoint &globalPos)|
|const QPoint &||globalPos() const|
|const QPoint &||pos() const|
This event can be intercepted in applications to provide tooltips or "What's This?" help for custom widgets. The type() can be either QEvent::ToolTip or QEvent::WhatsThis.
See also QToolTip, QWhatsThis, QStatusTipEvent, and QWhatsThisClickedEvent.
Member Function Documentation
QHelpEvent::QHelpEvent(QEvent::Type type, const QPoint &pos, const QPoint &globalPos)
Constructs a help event with the given type corresponding to the widget-relative position specified by pos and the global position specified by globalPos.
type must be either QEvent::ToolTip or QEvent::WhatsThis.
See also pos() and globalPos().
const QPoint &QHelpEvent::globalPos() const
Returns the mouse cursor position when the event was generated in global coordinates.
See also pos(), globalX(), and globalY().
int QHelpEvent::globalX() const
See also x(), globalY(), and globalPos().
int QHelpEvent::globalY() const
See also y(), globalX(), and globalPos().
const QPoint &QHelpEvent::pos() const
Returns the mouse cursor position when the event was generated, relative to the widget to which the event is dispatched.
See also globalPos(), x(), and y().
int QHelpEvent::x() const
Same as pos().x().
See also y(), pos(), and globalPos().
int QHelpEvent::y() const
Same as pos().y().
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