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Q3ListBox Class Reference

The Q3ListBox widget provides a list of selectable, read-only items. More...

 #include <Q3ListBox>

This class is part of the Qt 3 support library. It is provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using it in new code. See Porting to Qt 4 for more information.

Inherits: Q3ScrollView.

Public Types

typedef ComparisonFlags
enum LayoutMode { FixedNumber, FitToWidth, FitToHeight, Variable }
enum SelectionMode { Single, Multi, Extended, NoSelection }
enum StringComparisonMode { CaseSensitive, ExactMatch, BeginsWith, EndsWith, Contains }

Properties

Public Functions

Q3ListBox ( QWidget * parent = 0, const char * name = 0, Qt::WindowFlags f = 0 )
~Q3ListBox ()
bool autoBottomScrollBar () const
bool autoScroll () const
bool autoScrollBar () const
bool autoUpdate () const
bool bottomScrollBar () const
int cellHeight ( int i ) const
int cellHeight () const
int cellWidth () const
int cellWidth ( int i ) const
void centerCurrentItem ()
void changeItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, int index )
void changeItem ( const QString & text, int index )
void changeItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, int index )
void changeItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, const QString & text, int index )
LayoutMode columnMode () const
uint count () const
int currentItem () const
QString currentText () const
bool dragSelect () const
Q3ListBoxItem * findItem ( const QString & text, ComparisonFlags compare = BeginsWith ) const
Q3ListBoxItem * firstItem () const
int inSort ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi )
int inSort ( const QString & text )
int index ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi ) const
void insertItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, int index = -1 )
void insertItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, const Q3ListBoxItem * after )
void insertItem ( const QString & text, int index = -1 )
void insertItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, int index = -1 )
void insertItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, const QString & text, int index = -1 )
void insertStrList ( const char ** strings, int numStrings = -1, int index = -1 )
void insertStringList ( const QStringList & list, int index = -1 )
bool isMultiSelection () const
bool isSelected ( int i ) const
bool isSelected ( const Q3ListBoxItem * i ) const
Q3ListBoxItem * item ( int index ) const
Q3ListBoxItem * itemAt ( const QPoint & p ) const
int itemHeight ( int index = 0 ) const
QRect itemRect ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) const
bool itemVisible ( int index )
bool itemVisible ( const Q3ListBoxItem * item )
long maxItemWidth () const
int numCols () const
int numColumns () const
int numItemsVisible () const
int numRows () const
const QPixmap * pixmap ( int index ) const
void removeItem ( int index )
LayoutMode rowMode () const
bool scrollBar () const
Q3ListBoxItem * selectedItem () const
SelectionMode selectionMode () const
void setAutoBottomScrollBar ( bool enable )
void setAutoScroll ( bool b )
void setAutoScrollBar ( bool enable )
void setAutoUpdate ( bool b )
virtual void setBottomItem ( int index )
void setBottomScrollBar ( bool enable )
virtual void setColumnMode ( LayoutMode )
virtual void setColumnMode ( int )
virtual void setCurrentItem ( int index )
virtual void setCurrentItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i )
void setDragSelect ( bool b )
void setFixedVisibleLines ( int lines )
void setMultiSelection ( bool multi )
virtual void setRowMode ( LayoutMode )
virtual void setRowMode ( int )
void setScrollBar ( bool enable )
virtual void setSelected ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, bool select )
void setSelected ( int index, bool select )
virtual void setSelectionMode ( SelectionMode )
void setSmoothScrolling ( bool b )
virtual void setTopItem ( int index )
virtual void setVariableHeight ( bool )
virtual void setVariableWidth ( bool )
bool smoothScrolling () const
void sort ( bool ascending = true )
void takeItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * item )
QString text ( int index ) const
int topItem () const
void triggerUpdate ( bool doLayout )
bool variableHeight () const
bool variableWidth () const

Reimplemented Public Functions

virtual QVariant inputMethodQuery ( Qt::InputMethodQuery query ) const
virtual QSize minimumSizeHint () const
virtual QSize sizeHint () const
virtual void viewportPaintEvent ( QPaintEvent * e )
  • 49 public functions inherited from Q3ScrollView
  • 4 public functions inherited from Q3Frame
  • 14 public functions inherited from QFrame
  • 217 public functions inherited from QWidget
  • 29 public functions inherited from QObject
  • 13 public functions inherited from QPaintDevice

Public Slots

void clear ()
virtual void clearSelection ()
virtual void ensureCurrentVisible ()
virtual void invertSelection ()
virtual void selectAll ( bool select )

Signals

void clicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void clicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pnt )
void contextMenuRequested ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos )
void currentChanged ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void doubleClicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void highlighted ( int index )
void highlighted ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void highlighted ( const QString & text )
void mouseButtonClicked ( int button, Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos )
void mouseButtonPressed ( int button, Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos )
void onItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i )
void onViewport ()
void pressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void pressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pnt )
void returnPressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void rightButtonClicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & point )
void rightButtonPressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & point )
void selected ( int index )
void selected ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )
void selected ( const QString & text )
void selectionChanged ()
void selectionChanged ( Q3ListBoxItem * item )

Protected Functions

void doLayout () const
int findItem ( int yPos ) const
bool isRubberSelecting () const
virtual void paintCell ( QPainter * p, int row, int col )
void toggleCurrentItem ()
int totalHeight () const
int totalWidth () const
void updateCellWidth ()
void updateItem ( int index )
void updateItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i )

Reimplemented Protected Functions

virtual void changeEvent ( QEvent * ev )
virtual void contentsContextMenuEvent ( QContextMenuEvent * e )
virtual bool eventFilter ( QObject * o, QEvent * e )
virtual void focusInEvent ( QFocusEvent * e )
virtual void focusOutEvent ( QFocusEvent * e )
virtual void keyPressEvent ( QKeyEvent * e )
virtual void mouseDoubleClickEvent ( QMouseEvent * e )
virtual void mouseMoveEvent ( QMouseEvent * e )
virtual void mousePressEvent ( QMouseEvent * e )
virtual void mouseReleaseEvent ( QMouseEvent * e )
virtual void resizeEvent ( QResizeEvent * e )
virtual void showEvent ( QShowEvent * )
  • 26 protected functions inherited from Q3ScrollView
  • 5 protected functions inherited from Q3Frame
  • 3 protected functions inherited from QFrame
  • 37 protected functions inherited from QWidget
  • 7 protected functions inherited from QObject
  • 1 protected function inherited from QPaintDevice

Additional Inherited Members

  • 4 static public members inherited from QWidget
  • 5 static public members inherited from QObject
  • 1 protected slot inherited from QWidget

Detailed Description

The Q3ListBox widget provides a list of selectable, read-only items.

This is typically a single-column list in which either no item or one item is selected, but it can also be used in many other ways.

Q3ListBox will add scroll bars as necessary, but it isn't intended for really big lists. If you want more than a few thousand items, it's probably better to use a different widget mainly because the scroll bars won't provide very good navigation, but also because Q3ListBox may become slow with huge lists. (See Q3ListView and Q3Table for possible alternatives.)

There are a variety of selection modes described in the Q3ListBox::SelectionMode documentation. The default is Single selection mode, but you can change it using setSelectionMode(). (setMultiSelection() is still provided for compatibility with Qt 1.x. We recommend using setSelectionMode() in all code.)

Because Q3ListBox offers multiple selection it must display keyboard focus and selection state separately. Therefore there are functions both to set the selection state of an item, i.e. setSelected(), and to set which item displays keyboard focus, i.e. setCurrentItem().

The list box normally arranges its items in a single column and adds a vertical scroll bar if required. It is possible to have a different fixed number of columns (setColumnMode()), or as many columns as will fit in the list box's assigned screen space (setColumnMode(FitToWidth)), or to have a fixed number of rows (setRowMode()) or as many rows as will fit in the list box's assigned screen space (setRowMode(FitToHeight)). In all these cases Q3ListBox will add scroll bars, as appropriate, in at least one direction.

If multiple rows are used, each row can be as high as necessary (the normal setting), or you can request that all items will have the same height by calling setVariableHeight(false). The same applies to a column's width, see setVariableWidth().

The Q3ListBox's items are Q3ListBoxItem objects. Q3ListBox provides methods to insert new items as strings, as pixmaps, and as Q3ListBoxItem * (insertItem() with various arguments), and to replace an existing item with a new string, pixmap or Q3ListBoxItem (changeItem() with various arguments). You can also remove items singly with removeItem() or clear() the entire list box. Note that if you create a Q3ListBoxItem yourself and insert it, Q3ListBox takes ownership of the item.

You can also create a Q3ListBoxItem, such as Q3ListBoxText or Q3ListBoxPixmap, with the list box as first parameter. The item will then append itself. When you delete an item it is automatically removed from the list box.

The list of items can be arbitrarily large; Q3ListBox will add scroll bars if necessary. Q3ListBox can display a single-column (the common case) or multiple-columns, and offers both single and multiple selection. Q3ListBox does not support multiple-column items (but Q3ListView and Q3Table do), or tree hierarchies (but Q3ListView does).

The list box items can be accessed both as Q3ListBoxItem objects (recommended) and using integer indexes (the original Q3ListBox implementation used an array of strings internally, and the API still supports this mode of operation). Everything can be done using the new objects, and most things can be done using indexes.

Each item in a Q3ListBox contains a Q3ListBoxItem. One of the items can be the current item. The currentChanged() signal and the highlighted() signal are emitted when a new item becomes current, e.g. because the user clicks on it or Q3ListBox::setCurrentItem() is called. The selected() signal is emitted when the user double-clicks on an item or presses Enter on the current item.

If the user does not select anything, no signals are emitted and currentItem() returns -1.

A list box has Qt::WheelFocus as a default focusPolicy(), i.e. it can get keyboard focus by tabbing, clicking and through the use of the mouse wheel.

New items can be inserted using insertItem(), insertStrList() or insertStringList().

By default, vertical and horizontal scroll bars are added and removed as necessary. setHScrollBarMode() and setVScrollBarMode() can be used to change this policy.

If you need to insert types other than strings and pixmaps, you must define new classes which inherit Q3ListBoxItem.

Warning: The list box assumes ownership of all list box items and will delete them when it does not need them any more.

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See also Q3ListView, QComboBox, and QButtonGroup.

Member Type Documentation

typedef Q3ListBox::ComparisonFlags

This typedef is used in Q3IconView's API for values that are OR'd combinations of StringComparisonMode values.

See also StringComparisonMode.

enum Q3ListBox::LayoutMode

This enum type is used to specify how Q3ListBox lays out its rows and columns.

ConstantValueDescription
Q3ListBox::FixedNumber0There is a fixed number of rows (or columns).
Q3ListBox::FitToWidth1There are as many columns as will fit on-screen.
Q3ListBox::FitToHeightFitToWidthThere are as many rows as will fit on-screen.
Q3ListBox::Variable?There are as many rows as are required by the column mode. (Or as many columns as required by the row mode.)

Example: When you call setRowMode(FitToHeight), columnMode() automatically becomes Variable to accommodate the row mode you've set.

enum Q3ListBox::SelectionMode

This enumerated type is used by Q3ListBox to indicate how it reacts to selection by the user.

ConstantValueDescription
Q3ListBox::Single0When the user selects an item, any already-selected item becomes unselected and the user cannot unselect the selected item. This means that the user can never clear the selection, even though the selection may be cleared by the application programmer using Q3ListBox::clearSelection().
Q3ListBox::Multi1When the user selects an item the selection status of that item is toggled and the other items are left alone.
Q3ListBox::Extended2When the user selects an item the selection is cleared and the new item selected. However, if the user presses the Ctrl key when clicking on an item, the clicked item gets toggled and all other items are left untouched. And if the user presses the Shift key while clicking on an item, all items between the current item and the clicked item get selected or unselected, depending on the state of the clicked item. Also, multiple items can be selected by dragging the mouse while the left mouse button is kept pressed.
Q3ListBox::NoSelection3Items cannot be selected.

In other words, Single is a real single-selection list box, Multi is a real multi-selection list box, Extended is a list box in which users can select multiple items but usually want to select either just one or a range of contiguous items, and NoSelection is for a list box where the user can look but not touch.

enum Q3ListBox::StringComparisonMode

This enum type is used to set the string comparison mode when searching for an item. We'll refer to the string being searched as the 'target' string.

ConstantValueDescription
Q3ListBox::CaseSensitive0x00001The strings must match case sensitively.
Q3ListBox::ExactMatch0x00010The target and search strings must match exactly.
Q3ListBox::BeginsWith0x00002The target string begins with the search string.
Q3ListBox::EndsWith0x00004The target string ends with the search string.
Q3ListBox::Contains0x00008The target string contains the search string.

If you OR these flags together (excluding CaseSensitive), the search criteria be applied in the following order: ExactMatch, BeginsWith, EndsWith, Contains.

Matching is case-insensitive unless CaseSensitive is set. CaseSensitive can be OR-ed with any combination of the other flags.

See also ComparisonFlags.

Property Documentation

columnMode : LayoutMode

This property holds the column layout mode for this list box.

setColumnMode() sets the layout mode and adjusts the number of displayed columns. The row layout mode automatically becomes Variable, unless the column mode is Variable.

Access functions:

LayoutMode columnMode () const
virtual void setColumnMode ( LayoutMode )
virtual void setColumnMode ( int )

See also setRowMode(), rowMode, and numColumns.

count : const uint

This property holds the number of items in the list box.

Access functions:

uint count () const

currentItem : int

This property holds the current highlighted item.

When setting this property, the highlighting is moved to the item and the list box scrolled as necessary.

If no item is current, currentItem() returns -1.

Access functions:

int currentItem () const
virtual void setCurrentItem ( int index )
virtual void setCurrentItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i )

currentText : const QString

This property holds the text of the current item.

This is equivalent to text(currentItem()).

Access functions:

QString currentText () const

multiSelection : bool

This property holds whether or not the list box is in Multi selection mode.

Consider using the Q3ListBox::selectionMode property instead of this property.

When setting this property, Multi selection mode is used if set to true and to Single selection mode if set to false.

When getting this property, true is returned if the list box is in Multi selection mode or Extended selection mode, and false if it is in Single selection mode or NoSelection mode.

Access functions:

bool isMultiSelection () const
void setMultiSelection ( bool multi )

See also selectionMode.

numColumns : const int

This property holds the number of columns in the list box.

This is normally 1, but can be different if Q3ListBox::columnMode or Q3ListBox::rowMode has been set.

Access functions:

int numColumns () const

See also columnMode, rowMode, and numRows.

numItemsVisible : const int

This property holds the number of visible items.

Both partially and entirely visible items are counted.

Access functions:

int numItemsVisible () const

numRows : const int

This property holds the number of rows in the list box.

This is equal to the number of items in the default single-column layout, but can be different.

Access functions:

int numRows () const

See also columnMode, rowMode, and numColumns.

rowMode : LayoutMode

This property holds the row layout mode for this list box.

This property is normally Variable.

setRowMode() sets the layout mode and adjusts the number of displayed rows. The column layout mode automatically becomes Variable, unless the row mode is Variable.

Access functions:

LayoutMode rowMode () const
virtual void setRowMode ( LayoutMode )
virtual void setRowMode ( int )

See also columnMode.

selectionMode : SelectionMode

This property holds the selection mode of the list box.

Sets the list box's selection mode, which may be one of Single (the default), Extended, Multi or NoSelection.

Access functions:

SelectionMode selectionMode () const
virtual void setSelectionMode ( SelectionMode )

See also SelectionMode.

topItem : int

This property holds the index of an item at the top of the screen.

When getting this property and the listbox has multiple columns, an arbitrary item is selected and returned.

When setting this property, the list box is scrolled so the item at position index in the list is displayed in the top row of the list box.

Access functions:

int topItem () const
virtual void setTopItem ( int index )

variableHeight : bool

This property holds whether this list box has variable-height rows.

When the list box has variable-height rows (the default), each row is as high as the highest item in that row. When it has same-sized rows, all rows are as high as the highest item in the list box.

Access functions:

bool variableHeight () const
virtual void setVariableHeight ( bool )

See also variableWidth.

variableWidth : bool

This property holds whether this list box has variable-width columns.

When the list box has variable-width columns, each column is as wide as the widest item in that column. When it has same-sized columns (the default), all columns are as wide as the widest item in the list box.

Access functions:

bool variableWidth () const
virtual void setVariableWidth ( bool )

See also variableHeight.

Member Function Documentation

Q3ListBox::Q3ListBox ( QWidget * parent = 0, const char * name = 0, Qt::WindowFlags f = 0 )

Constructs a new empty list box called name and with parent parent and widget attributes f.

This constructor sets the Qt::WA_StaticContent and the Qt::WA_NoBackground attributes to boost performance when drawing Q3ListBoxItems. This may be unsuitable for custom Q3ListBoxItem classes, in which case Qt::WA_StaticContents and Qt::WA_NoBackground should be cleared on the viewport() after construction.

Q3ListBox::~Q3ListBox ()

Destroys the list box. Deletes all list box items.

bool Q3ListBox::autoBottomScrollBar () const

Use hScrollBarMode() instead. Returns true if the horizontal scrollbar mode is set to Auto.

See also setAutoBottomScrollBar().

bool Q3ListBox::autoScroll () const

Use dragAutoScroll() instead. This function always returns true.

See also setAutoScroll().

bool Q3ListBox::autoScrollBar () const

Use vScrollBarMode() instead. Returns true if the vertical scrollbar mode is Auto.

See also setAutoScrollBar().

bool Q3ListBox::autoUpdate () const

Returns true. Qt always updates automatically.

See also setAutoUpdate().

bool Q3ListBox::bottomScrollBar () const

Use hScrollBarMode() instead. Returns true if the horizontal scrollbar mode is not AlwaysOff.

See also setBottomScrollBar().

int Q3ListBox::cellHeight ( int i ) const

Use itemHeight(i) instead.

int Q3ListBox::cellHeight () const

Use itemHeight() instead.

int Q3ListBox::cellWidth () const

Use maxItemWidth() instead.

int Q3ListBox::cellWidth ( int i ) const

Use maxItemWidth(i) instead.

void Q3ListBox::centerCurrentItem ()

If there is a current item, the list box is scrolled so that this item is displayed centered.

See also Q3ListBox::ensureCurrentVisible().

void Q3ListBox::changeEvent ( QEvent * ev ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::changeEvent().

void Q3ListBox::changeItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, int index )

Replaces the item at position index with lbi. If index is negative or too large, changeItem() does nothing.

The item that has been changed will become selected.

See also insertItem() and removeItem().

void Q3ListBox::changeItem ( const QString & text, int index )

This is an overloaded function.

Replaces the item at position index with a new list box text item with text text.

The operation is ignored if index is out of range.

See also insertItem() and removeItem().

void Q3ListBox::changeItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, int index )

This is an overloaded function.

Replaces the item at position index with a new list box pixmap item with pixmap pixmap.

The operation is ignored if index is out of range.

See also insertItem() and removeItem().

void Q3ListBox::changeItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, const QString & text, int index )

This is an overloaded function.

Replaces the item at position index with a new list box pixmap item with pixmap pixmap and text text.

The operation is ignored if index is out of range.

See also insertItem() and removeItem().

void Q3ListBox::clear () [slot]

Deletes all the items in the list.

See also removeItem().

void Q3ListBox::clearSelection () [virtual slot]

Deselects all items, if possible.

Note that a Single selection list box will automatically select an item if it has keyboard focus.

void Q3ListBox::clicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user clicks any mouse button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

void Q3ListBox::clicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pnt ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user clicks any mouse button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

pnt is the position of the mouse cursor in the global coordinate system (QMouseEvent::globalPos()). (If the click's press and release differs by a pixel or two, pnt is the position at release time.)

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

void Q3ListBox::contentsContextMenuEvent ( QContextMenuEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from Q3ScrollView::contentsContextMenuEvent().

void Q3ListBox::contextMenuRequested ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user invokes a context menu with the right mouse button or with special system keys, with item being the item under the mouse cursor or the current item, respectively.

pos is the position for the context menu in the global coordinate system.

void Q3ListBox::currentChanged ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user makes a new item the current item. item is the new current list box item.

See also setCurrentItem() and currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::doLayout () const [protected]

This function does the hard layout work. You should never need to call it.

void Q3ListBox::doubleClicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This signal is emitted whenever an item is double-clicked. It's emitted on the second button press, not the second button release. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

bool Q3ListBox::dragSelect () const

Returns true. Dragging always selects.

See also setDragSelect().

void Q3ListBox::ensureCurrentVisible () [virtual slot]

Ensures that the current item is visible.

bool Q3ListBox::eventFilter ( QObject * o, QEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QObject::eventFilter().

Q3ListBoxItem * Q3ListBox::findItem ( const QString & text, ComparisonFlags compare = BeginsWith ) const

Finds the first list box item that has the text text and returns it, or returns 0 of no such item could be found. If ComparisonFlags are specified in compare then these flags are used, otherwise the default is a case-insensitive, "begins with" search.

int Q3ListBox::findItem ( int yPos ) const [protected]

Use index(itemAt(yPos)) instead.

Q3ListBoxItem * Q3ListBox::firstItem () const

Returns the first item in this list box. If the list box is empty, returns 0.

void Q3ListBox::focusInEvent ( QFocusEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::focusInEvent().

void Q3ListBox::focusOutEvent ( QFocusEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::focusOutEvent().

void Q3ListBox::highlighted ( int index ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user makes a new item the current item. index is the index of the new current item.

See also currentChanged(), selected(), currentItem(), and selectionChanged().

void Q3ListBox::highlighted ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user makes a new item the current item.

See also currentChanged(), selected(), currentItem(), and selectionChanged().

void Q3ListBox::highlighted ( const QString & text ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user makes a new item the current item and the item is (or has) as string. The argument is the new current item's text.

See also currentChanged(), selected(), currentItem(), and selectionChanged().

int Q3ListBox::inSort ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi )

Using this method is quite inefficient. We suggest to use insertItem() for inserting and sort() afterwards.

Inserts lbi at its sorted position in the list box and returns the position.

All items must be inserted with inSort() to maintain the sorting order. inSort() treats any pixmap (or user-defined type) as lexicographically less than any string.

See also insertItem() and sort().

int Q3ListBox::inSort ( const QString & text )

This is an overloaded function.

Using this method is quite inefficient. We suggest to use insertItem() for inserting and sort() afterwards.

Inserts a new item of text at its sorted position in the list box and returns the position.

All items must be inserted with inSort() to maintain the sorting order. inSort() treats any pixmap (or user-defined type) as lexicographically less than any string.

See also insertItem() and sort().

int Q3ListBox::index ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi ) const

Returns the index of lbi, or -1 if the item is not in this list box or lbi is 0.

See also item().

QVariant Q3ListBox::inputMethodQuery ( Qt::InputMethodQuery query ) const [virtual]

Reimplemented from QWidget::inputMethodQuery().

void Q3ListBox::insertItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, int index = -1 )

Inserts the item lbi into the list at position index.

If index is negative or larger than the number of items in the list box, lbi is inserted at the end of the list.

See also insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::insertItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * lbi, const Q3ListBoxItem * after )

This is an overloaded function.

Inserts the item lbi into the list after the item after, or at the beginning if after is 0.

See also insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::insertItem ( const QString & text, int index = -1 )

This is an overloaded function.

Inserts a new list box text item with the text text into the list at position index.

If index is negative, text is inserted at the end of the list.

See also insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::insertItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, int index = -1 )

This is an overloaded function.

Inserts a new list box pixmap item with the pixmap pixmap into the list at position index.

If index is negative, pixmap is inserted at the end of the list.

See also insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::insertItem ( const QPixmap & pixmap, const QString & text, int index = -1 )

This is an overloaded function.

Inserts a new list box pixmap item with the pixmap pixmap and the text text into the list at position index.

If index is negative, pixmap is inserted at the end of the list.

See also insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::insertStrList ( const char ** strings, int numStrings = -1, int index = -1 )

Inserts the numStrings strings of the array strings into the list at position index.

If index is negative, insertStrList() inserts strings at the end of the list. If index is too large, the operation is ignored.

Warning: This function uses const char * rather than QString, so we recommend against using it. It is provided so that legacy code will continue to work, and so that programs that certainly will not need to handle code outside a single 8-bit locale can use it. See insertStringList() which uses real QStrings.

Warning: This function is never significantly faster than a loop around insertItem().

See also insertItem() and insertStringList().

void Q3ListBox::insertStringList ( const QStringList & list, int index = -1 )

Inserts the string list list into the list at position index.

If index is negative, list is inserted at the end of the list. If index is too large, the operation is ignored.

Warning: This function is never significantly faster than a loop around insertItem().

See also insertItem() and insertStrList().

void Q3ListBox::invertSelection () [virtual slot]

Inverts the selection. Only works in Multi and Extended selection mode.

bool Q3ListBox::isRubberSelecting () const [protected]

Returns true if the user is selecting items using a rubber band rectangle; otherwise returns false.

bool Q3ListBox::isSelected ( int i ) const

Returns true if item i is selected; otherwise returns false.

bool Q3ListBox::isSelected ( const Q3ListBoxItem * i ) const

This is an overloaded function.

Returns true if item i is selected; otherwise returns false.

Q3ListBoxItem * Q3ListBox::item ( int index ) const

Returns a pointer to the item at position index, or 0 if index is out of bounds.

See also index().

Q3ListBoxItem * Q3ListBox::itemAt ( const QPoint & p ) const

Returns the item at point p, specified in viewport coordinates, or a 0 if there is no item at p.

Use contentsToViewport() to convert between widget coordinates and viewport coordinates.

int Q3ListBox::itemHeight ( int index = 0 ) const

Returns the height in pixels of the item with index index. index defaults to 0.

If index is too large, this function returns 0.

QRect Q3ListBox::itemRect ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) const

Returns the rectangle on the screen that item occupies in viewport()'s coordinates, or an invalid rectangle if item is 0 or is not currently visible.

bool Q3ListBox::itemVisible ( int index )

Returns true if the item at position index is at least partly visible; otherwise returns false.

bool Q3ListBox::itemVisible ( const Q3ListBoxItem * item )

This is an overloaded function.

Returns true if item is at least partly visible; otherwise returns false.

void Q3ListBox::keyPressEvent ( QKeyEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::keyPressEvent().

long Q3ListBox::maxItemWidth () const

Returns the width of the widest item in the list box.

QSize Q3ListBox::minimumSizeHint () const [virtual]

Reimplemented from QWidget::minimumSizeHint().

void Q3ListBox::mouseButtonClicked ( int button, Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user clicks mouse button button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

pos is the position of the mouse cursor in the global coordinate system (QMouseEvent::globalPos()). (If the click's press and release differs by a pixel or two, pos is the position at release time.)

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

void Q3ListBox::mouseButtonPressed ( int button, Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pos ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user presses mouse button button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

pos is the position of the mouse cursor in the global coordinate system (QMouseEvent::globalPos()).

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

void Q3ListBox::mouseDoubleClickEvent ( QMouseEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::mouseDoubleClickEvent().

void Q3ListBox::mouseMoveEvent ( QMouseEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::mouseMoveEvent().

void Q3ListBox::mousePressEvent ( QMouseEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::mousePressEvent().

void Q3ListBox::mouseReleaseEvent ( QMouseEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::mouseReleaseEvent().

int Q3ListBox::numCols () const

Use numColumns() instead.

void Q3ListBox::onItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user moves the mouse cursor onto an item, similar to the QWidget::enterEvent() function. i is the Q3ListBoxItem that the mouse has moved on.

void Q3ListBox::onViewport () [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user moves the mouse cursor from an item to an empty part of the list box.

void Q3ListBox::paintCell ( QPainter * p, int row, int col ) [virtual protected]

Provided for compatibility with the old Q3ListBox. We recommend using Q3ListBoxItem::paint() instead.

Repaints the cell at row, col using painter p.

const QPixmap * Q3ListBox::pixmap ( int index ) const

Returns a pointer to the pixmap at position index, or 0 if there is no pixmap there.

See also text().

void Q3ListBox::pressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user presses any mouse button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

void Q3ListBox::pressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & pnt ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user presses any mouse button. If item is not 0, the cursor is on item. If item is 0, the mouse cursor isn't on any item.

pnt is the position of the mouse cursor in the global coordinate system (QMouseEvent::globalPos()).

Note that you must not delete any Q3ListBoxItem objects in slots connected to this signal.

See also mouseButtonPressed(), rightButtonPressed(), and clicked().

void Q3ListBox::removeItem ( int index )

Removes and deletes the item at position index. If index is equal to currentItem(), a new item becomes current and the currentChanged() and highlighted() signals are emitted.

See also insertItem() and clear().

void Q3ListBox::resizeEvent ( QResizeEvent * e ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::resizeEvent().

void Q3ListBox::returnPressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when Enter or Return is pressed. The item passed in the argument is currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::rightButtonClicked ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & point ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the right button is clicked. The item is the item that the button was clicked on (which could be 0 if no item was clicked on), and the point is where the click took place in global coordinates.

void Q3ListBox::rightButtonPressed ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, const QPoint & point ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the right button is pressed. The item is the item that the button was pressed over (which could be 0 if no item was pressed over), and the point is where the press took place in global coordinates.

bool Q3ListBox::scrollBar () const

Use vScrollBarMode() instead. Returns true if the vertical scrollbar mode is not AlwaysOff.

See also setScrollBar().

void Q3ListBox::selectAll ( bool select ) [virtual slot]

In Multi and Extended modes, this function sets all items to be selected if select is true, and to be unselected if select is false.

In Single and NoSelection modes, this function only changes the selection status of currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::selected ( int index ) [signal]

This signal is emitted when the user double-clicks on an item or presses Enter on the current item. index is the index of the selected item.

See also setSelected(), currentChanged(), highlighted(), and selectionChanged().

void Q3ListBox::selected ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user double-clicks on an item or presses Enter on the current item.

See also currentChanged(), highlighted(), and selectionChanged().

void Q3ListBox::selected ( const QString & text ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the user double-clicks on an item or presses Enter on the current item, and the item is (or has) a string. The argument is the text of the selected item.

See also currentChanged(), highlighted(), and selectionChanged().

Q3ListBoxItem * Q3ListBox::selectedItem () const

Returns the selected item if the list box is in single-selection mode and an item is selected.

If no items are selected or the list box is in another selection mode this function returns 0.

See also setSelected() and setMultiSelection().

void Q3ListBox::selectionChanged () [signal]

This signal is emitted when the selection set of a list box changes. This signal is emitted in each selection mode. If the user selects five items by drag-selecting, Q3ListBox tries to emit just one selectionChanged() signal so the signal can be connected to computationally expensive slots.

See also selected() and currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::selectionChanged ( Q3ListBoxItem * item ) [signal]

This is an overloaded function.

This signal is emitted when the selection in a Single selection list box changes. item is the newly selected list box item.

See also selected() and currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::setAutoBottomScrollBar ( bool enable )

Use setHScrollBarMode() instead.

If enable is true, pass Auto as the argument to setHScrollBarMode(); otherwise, pass AlwaysOff.

See also autoBottomScrollBar().

void Q3ListBox::setAutoScroll ( bool b )

Use setDragAutoScroll(b) instead.

See also autoScroll().

void Q3ListBox::setAutoScrollBar ( bool enable )

Use setVScrollBarMode() instead.

If enable is true, pass Auto as the argument to setVScrollBarMode(); otherwise, pass AlwaysOff.

See also autoScrollBar().

void Q3ListBox::setAutoUpdate ( bool b )

Does nothing. Qt always updates automatically. The b parameter is ignored.

See also autoUpdate().

void Q3ListBox::setBottomItem ( int index ) [virtual]

Scrolls the list box so the item at position index in the list is displayed in the bottom row of the list box.

See also setTopItem().

void Q3ListBox::setBottomScrollBar ( bool enable )

Use setHScrollBarMode() instead.

If enable is true, pass AlwaysOn as the argument to setHScrollBarMode(); otherwise, pass AlwaysOff.

See also bottomScrollBar().

void Q3ListBox::setDragSelect ( bool b )

Does nothing. Dragging always selects. The b parameter is ignored.

See also dragSelect().

void Q3ListBox::setFixedVisibleLines ( int lines )

Use setRowMode(lines) instead.

void Q3ListBox::setScrollBar ( bool enable )

Use setVScrollBarMode() instead.

If enable is true, pass AlwaysOn as the argument to setVScrollBarMode(); otherwise, pass AlwaysOff.

See also scrollBar().

void Q3ListBox::setSelected ( Q3ListBoxItem * item, bool select ) [virtual]

Selects item if select is true or unselects it if select is false, and repaints the item appropriately.

If the list box is a Single selection list box and select is true, setSelected() calls setCurrentItem().

If the list box is a Single selection list box, select is false, setSelected() calls clearSelection().

See also selected(), setMultiSelection(), setCurrentItem(), clearSelection(), and currentItem().

void Q3ListBox::setSelected ( int index, bool select )

This is an overloaded function.

If select is true the item at position index is selected; otherwise the item is deselected.

void Q3ListBox::setSmoothScrolling ( bool b )

Does nothing. Qt always scrolls smoothly. The b parameter is ignored.

See also smoothScrolling().

void Q3ListBox::showEvent ( QShowEvent * ) [virtual protected]

Reimplemented from QWidget::showEvent().

QSize Q3ListBox::sizeHint () const [virtual]

Reimplemented from QWidget::sizeHint().

bool Q3ListBox::smoothScrolling () const

Returns false. Qt always scrolls smoothly.

See also setSmoothScrolling().

void Q3ListBox::sort ( bool ascending = true )

If ascending is true sorts the items in ascending order; otherwise sorts in descending order.

To compare the items, the text (Q3ListBoxItem::text()) of the items is used.

void Q3ListBox::takeItem ( const Q3ListBoxItem * item )

Removes item from the list box and causes an update of the screen display. The item is not deleted. You should normally not need to call this function because Q3ListBoxItem::~Q3ListBoxItem() calls it. The normal way to delete an item is with delete.

See also Q3ListBox::insertItem().

QString Q3ListBox::text ( int index ) const

Returns the text at position index, or an empty string if there is no text at that position.

See also pixmap().

void Q3ListBox::toggleCurrentItem () [protected]

Toggles the selection status of currentItem() and repaints if the list box is a Multi selection list box.

See also setMultiSelection().

int Q3ListBox::totalHeight () const [protected]

Use contentsHeight() instead.

int Q3ListBox::totalWidth () const [protected]

Use contentsWidth() instead.

void Q3ListBox::triggerUpdate ( bool doLayout )

Ensures that a single paint event will occur at the end of the current event loop iteration. If doLayout is true, the layout is also redone.

void Q3ListBox::updateCellWidth () [protected]

Does nothing. Qt automatically updates.

void Q3ListBox::updateItem ( int index ) [protected]

Repaints the item at position index in the list.

void Q3ListBox::updateItem ( Q3ListBoxItem * i ) [protected]

This is an overloaded function.

Repaints the Q3ListBoxItem i.

void Q3ListBox::viewportPaintEvent ( QPaintEvent * e ) [virtual]

Reimplemented from Q3ScrollView::viewportPaintEvent().

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