QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent Class

The QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent class notifies of text being deleted. More...

Header: #include <QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent>
qmake: QT += gui
Inherits: QAccessibleTextCursorEvent

Public Functions

QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent(QObject *object, int position, const QString &text)
QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent(QAccessibleInterface *iface, int position, const QString &text)
int changePosition() const
QString textRemoved() const

Protected Variables

int m_position
QString m_text

Detailed Description

The QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent class notifies of text being deleted.

This class is used with QAccessible::updateAccessibility().

Member Function Documentation

QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent::QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent(QObject *object, int position, const QString &text)

Constructs a new QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent event for object. The text has been removed at position. By default it is assumed that the cursor has moved to position. If that is not the case, one needs to manually set it with QAccessibleTextCursorEvent::setCursorPosition() for this event.

QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent::QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent(QAccessibleInterface *iface, int position, const QString &text)

Constructs a new QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent event for iface. The text has been removed at position. By default it is assumed that the cursor has moved to position. If that is not the case, one needs to manually set it with QAccessibleTextCursorEvent::setCursorPosition() for this event.

int QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent::changePosition() const

Returns the position where the text was removed.

QString QAccessibleTextRemoveEvent::textRemoved() const

Returns the text that has been removed.

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