Button QML Type

A push button with a text label. More...

Import Statement: import QtQuick.Controls 1.4
Since: Qt 5.1


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Detailed Description

The push button is perhaps the most commonly used widget in any graphical user interface. Pushing (or clicking) a button commands the computer to perform some action or answer a question. Common examples of buttons are OK, Apply, Cancel, Close, Yes, No, and Help buttons.

Button {
    text: "Button"

Button is similar to the QPushButton widget.

You can create a custom appearance for a Button by assigning a ButtonStyle.

Property Documentation

isDefault : bool

This property holds whether the push button is the default button. Default buttons decide what happens when the user presses enter in a dialog without giving a button explicit focus.

Note: This property only changes the appearance of the button. The expected behavior needs to be implemented by the user.

The default value is false.

Assign a Menu to this property to get a pull-down menu button.

The default value is null.

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