Inherits QEvent. 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.
Member Function Documentation
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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