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QML ParentChange Element

The ParentChange element allows you to reparent an Item in a state change. More...

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    Detailed Description

    ParentChange reparents an item while preserving its visual appearance (position, size, rotation, and scale) on screen. You can then specify a transition to move/resize/rotate/scale the item to its final intended appearance.

    ParentChange can only preserve visual appearance if no complex transforms are involved. More specifically, it will not work if the transform property has been set for any items involved in the reparenting (i.e. items in the common ancestor tree for the original and new parent).

    The example below displays a large red rectangle and a small blue rectangle, side by side. When the blueRect is clicked, it changes to the "reparented" state: its parent is changed to redRect and it is positioned at (10, 10) within the red rectangle, as specified in the ParentChange.

     import Qt 4.7
    
     Item {
         width: 200; height: 100
    
         Rectangle {
             id: redRect
             width: 100; height: 100
             color: "red"
         }
    
         Rectangle {
             id: blueRect
             x: redRect.width
             width: 50; height: 50
             color: "blue"
    
             states: State {
                 name: "reparented"
                 ParentChange { target: blueRect; parent: redRect; x: 10; y: 10 }
             }
    
             MouseArea { anchors.fill: parent; onClicked: blueRect.state = "reparented" }
         }
     }

    You can specify at which point in a transition you want a ParentChange to occur by using a ParentAnimation.

    Property Documentation

    parent : Item

    This property holds the new parent for the item in this state.


    target : Item

    This property holds the item to be reparented


    x : real

    y : real

    width : real

    height : real

    scale : real

    rotation : real

    These properties hold the new position, size, scale, and rotation for the item in this state.


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