Obsolete Members for QFileDialog
The following members of class QFileDialog are obsolete. They are provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using them in new code.
(obsolete)confirmOverwrite : bool
(obsolete)nameFilterDetailsVisible : bool
(obsolete)readOnly : bool
(obsolete)resolveSymlinks : bool
| ||filters() const|
| ||selectFilter(const QString & filter)|
| ||selectedFilter() const|
| ||setFilter(const QString & filter)|
| ||setFilters(const QStringList & filters)|
- 4 public functions inherited from QDialog
- 7 public functions inherited from QWidget
- 1 public function inherited from QPaintDevice
This property holds whether the filedialog should ask before accepting a selected file, when the accept mode is AcceptSave.
This property holds this property holds whether the filter details is shown or not.
When this property is true (the default), the filter details are shown in the combo box. When the property is set to false, these are hidden.
This property was introduced in Qt 4.4.
This property holds whether the filedialog is read-only.
If this property is set to false, the file dialog will allow renaming, and deleting of files and directories and creating directories.
This property holds whether the filedialog should resolve shortcuts.
If this property is set to true, the file dialog will resolve shortcuts or symbolic links.
Member Function Documentation
QStringList QFileDialog::filters() const
Use nameFilters() instead.
See also setFilters().
void QFileDialog::selectFilter(const QString & filter)
Use selectNameFilter() instead.
QString QFileDialog::selectedFilter() const
Use selectedNameFilter() instead.
void QFileDialog::setFilter(const QString & filter)
Use setNameFilter() instead.
void QFileDialog::setFilters(const QStringList & filters)
Use setNameFilters() instead.
See also filters().
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