eventPoint QML Type

Qml equivalent for QEventPoint. More...

Import Statement: import QtQuick
Instantiates: QEventPoint

Detailed Description

eventPoint is the Qml value type representation of QEventPoint. It has the same properties as QEventPoint.

The following properties are available:

State supports the following values:

EventPoint.UnknownUnknown state; same as Qt.TouchPointUnknownState
EventPoint.StationaryThe event point did not move; same as Qt.TouchPointStationary
EventPoint.PressedThe touch point or button is pressed; same as Qt.TouchPointPressed
EventPoint.UpdatedThe event point was updated; same as Qt.TouchPointMoved
EventPoint.ReleasedThe touch point or button was released; same as Qt.TouchPointReleased

The States type is a typedef for QFlags<State>. It stores an OR combination of State values. See also QEventPoint::States

TapHandler {
    gesturePolicy: TapHandler.ReleaseWithinBounds // exclusive grab on press
        (transition, eventPoint) => {
            switch (transition) {
                case PointerDevice.GrabExclusive:
                    console.log("took exclusive grab of point", eventPoint.id,
                                "on", eventPoint.device.name)
                case PointerDevice.UngrabExclusive:
                    console.log("gave up exclusive grab of point", eventPoint.id,
                                "on", eventPoint.device.name)
                case PointerDevice.CancelGrabExclusive:
                    console.log("exclusive grab of point", eventPoint.id,
                                "on", eventPoint.device.name, "has been cancelled")

            switch (eventPoint.state) {
                case EventPoint.Pressed:
                    console.log("on press @", eventPoint.position);
                case EventPoint.Updated:
                    console.log("on update @", eventPoint.position);
                case EventPoint.Released:
                    console.log("on release @", eventPoint.position);
                    console.log(eventPoint.position, "state", eventPoint.state)

See also handlerPoint.

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