QTapAndHoldGesture Class

The QTapAndHoldGesture class describes a tap-and-hold (aka LongTap) gesture made by the user. More...

Header: #include <QTapAndHoldGesture>
qmake: QT += widgets
Since: Qt 4.6
Inherits: QGesture

Properties

Public Functions

~QTapAndHoldGesture()
QPointF position() const
void setPosition(const QPointF &pos)
  • 8 public functions inherited from QGesture
  • 32 public functions inherited from QObject

Static Public Members

void setTimeout(int msecs)
int timeout()
  • 11 static public members inherited from QObject

Additional Inherited Members

  • 1 public slot inherited from QObject
  • 2 signals inherited from QObject
  • 9 protected functions inherited from QObject

Detailed Description

The QTapAndHoldGesture class describes a tap-and-hold (aka LongTap) gesture made by the user.

For an overview of gesture handling in Qt and information on using gestures in your applications, see the Gestures in Widgets and Graphics View document.

See also QPanGesture and QPinchGesture.

Property Documentation

position : QPointF

This property holds the position of the tap

Access functions:

QPointF position() const
void setPosition(const QPointF &pos)

Member Function Documentation

QTapAndHoldGesture::~QTapAndHoldGesture()

Destructor.

[static] void QTapAndHoldGesture::setTimeout(int msecs)

Set the timeout, in milliseconds, before the gesture triggers.

The recognizer will detect a touch down and if msecs later the touch is still down, it will trigger the QTapAndHoldGesture. The default value is 700 milliseconds.

See also timeout().

[static] int QTapAndHoldGesture::timeout()

Gets the timeout, in milliseconds, before the gesture triggers.

The recognizer will detect a touch down and if timeout() later the touch is still down, it will trigger the QTapAndHoldGesture. The default value is 700 milliseconds.

See also setTimeout().

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