The QSensorGesture class represents one or more sensor gesture recognizers. More...
|qmake:||QT += sensors|
This class was introduced in Qt 5.1.
|QSensorGesture(const QStringList &ids, QObject *parent = Q_NULLPTR)|
Note that QSensorGesture uses a custom meta-object in order to provide recognizer-specific signals. This means it is not possible to sub-class QSensorGesture and use Q_OBJECT. Also qobject_cast<QSensorGesture*>(ptr) will not work.
You may use QSensorGestureManager to obtain the systems known sensor gesture ids.
Member Function Documentation
QSensorGesture::QSensorGesture(const QStringList &ids, QObject *parent = Q_NULLPTR)
Constructs the sensor gesture, and initializes the ids list of recognizers, with parent parent
Signals when the gesture has been recognized.
Destroy the QSensorGesture
QStringList QSensorGesture::gestureSignals() const
Returns all the possible gestures signals that may be emitted.
QStringList QSensorGesture::invalidIds() const
Returns the gesture recognizer ids that were not found.
Returns whether this gesture is active or not.
Starts the gesture detection routines in the recognizer.
Stops the gesture detection routines.
QStringList QSensorGesture::validIds() const
Returns the gesture recognizer ids that were found.
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