CandlestickSet QML Type

Represents a single candlestick item in a candlestick chart. More...

Import Statement: import QtCharts 2.15
Since: QtCharts 2.2
Instantiates: QCandlestickSet

Properties

Signals

Detailed Description

Five values are needed to create a graphical representation of a candlestick item: open, high, low, close, and timestamp.

See also CandlestickSeries.

Property Documentation

brushFilename : string

The name of the file used as a brush for the candlestick item.


close : real

The close value of the candlestick item.


high : real

The high value of the candlestick item.


low : real

The low value of the candlestick item.


open : real

The open value of the candlestick item.


timestamp : real

The timestamp value of the candlestick item.


Signal Documentation

clicked()

This signal is emitted when the candlestick item is clicked.

The corresponding signal handler is onClicked.

Note: The corresponding handler is onClicked.


doubleClicked()

This signal is emitted when the user double-clicks a candlestick item.

The corresponding signal handler is onDoubleClicked.

Note: The corresponding handler is onDoubleClicked.


hovered(status)

This signal is emitted when a mouse is hovered over a candlestick item.

When the mouse moves over the item, status turns true, and when the mouse moves away again, it turns false.

The corresponding signal handler is onHovered.

Note: The corresponding handler is onHovered.


pressed()

This signal is emitted when the user clicks the candlestick item and holds down the mouse button.

The corresponding signal handler is onPressed.

Note: The corresponding handler is onPressed.


released()

This signal is emitted when the user releases the mouse press on the candlestick item.

The corresponding signal handler is onReleased.

Note: The corresponding handler is onReleased.


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