QIconDragEvent(3) Signals that a main icon drag has begun


#include <qevent.h>

Inherits QEvent.

Public Members

QIconDragEvent ()

bool isAccepted () const

void accept ()

void ignore ()


The QIconDragEvent class signals that a main icon drag has begun.

Icon drag events are sent to widgets when the main icon of a window has been dragged away. On Mac OS X this is fired when the proxy icon of a window is dragged off titlebar, in response to this event is is normal to begin using drag and drop.

See also Event Classes.


QIconDragEvent::QIconDragEvent ()

Constructs an icon drag event object with the accept parameter flag set to FALSE.

See also accept().

void QIconDragEvent::accept ()

Sets the accept flag of the icon drag event object.

Setting the accept flag indicates that the receiver of this event has started a drag and drop oeration.

The accept flag is not set by default.

See also ignore() and QWidget::hide().

void QIconDragEvent::ignore ()

Clears the accept flag of the icon drag object.

Clearing the accept flag indicates that the receiver of this event has not handled the icon drag as a result other events can be sent.

The icon drag event is constructed with the accept flag cleared.

See also accept().

bool QIconDragEvent::isAccepted () const

Returns TRUE if the receiver of the event has started a drag and drop operation; otherwise returns FALSE.

See also accept() and ignore().


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