|QAccessibleEvent(Type type, int child)|
|void||setValue(const QString & text)|
- 6 public functions inherited from QEvent
Additional Inherited Members
The QAccessibleEvent class is used to query addition accessibility information about complex widgets.
Some QAccessibleInterface implementations send QAccessibleEvents to the widget they wrap to obtain the description or help text of a widget or of its children. The widget can answer by calling setValue() with the requested information.
Member Function Documentation
QAccessibleEvent::QAccessibleEvent(Type type, int child)
child is the (1-based) index of the child to which the request applies. If child is 0, the request is for the widget itself.
See also child().
Returns the (1-based) index of the child to which the request applies. If the child is 0, the request is for the widget itself.
void QAccessibleEvent::setValue(const QString & text)
Set the description or help text for the given child() to text, thereby answering the request.
See also value().
QString QAccessibleEvent::value() const
Returns the text set using setValue().
See also setValue().
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