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The QStyleOptionTitleBar class is used to describe the parameters for drawing a title bar. More...
The QStyleOptionTitleBar class is used to describe the parameters for drawing a title bar.
QStyleOptionTitleBar contains all the information that QStyle functions need to draw the title bar of a QMdiSubWindow.
For performance reasons, the access to the member variables is direct (i.e., using the . or -> operator). This low-level feel makes the structures straightforward to use and emphasizes that these are simply parameters used by the style functions.
For an example demonstrating how style options can be used, see the Styles example.
This enum is used to hold information about the type of the style option, and is defined for each QStyleOption subclass.
|QStyleOptionTitleBar.Type||SO_TitleBar||The type of style option provided (SO_TitleBar for this class).|
The type is used internally by QStyleOption, its subclasses, and qstyleoption_cast() to determine the type of style option. In general you do not need to worry about this unless you want to create your own QStyleOption subclass and your own styles.
See also StyleOptionVersion.
This enum is used to hold information about the version of the style option, and is defined for each QStyleOption subclass.
The version is used by QStyleOption subclasses to implement extensions without breaking compatibility. If you use qstyleoption_cast(), you normally do not need to check it.
See also StyleOptionType.
Constructs a QStyleOptionTitleBar, initializing the members variables to their default values.
Constructs a copy of the other style option.
This variable holds the icon for the title bar.
The default value is an empty icon, i.e. an icon with neither a pixmap nor a filename.
This variable holds the text of the title bar.
The default value is an empty string.
This variable holds the widget flags for the title bar.
The default value is Qt.Widget.
See also Qt.WindowFlags.
This variable holds the state of the title bar.
This is basically the window state of the underlying widget. The default value is 0.
See also QWidget.windowState().