QTextBlockGroup#

The QTextBlockGroup class provides a container for text blocks within a QTextDocument . More

Inherited by: QTextList

Synopsis#

Functions#

Virtual functions#

Detailed Description#

Block groups can be used to organize blocks of text within a document. They maintain an up-to-date list of the text blocks that belong to them, even when text blocks are being edited.

Each group has a parent document which is specified when the group is constructed.

Text blocks can be inserted into a group with blockInserted() , and removed with blockRemoved() . If a block’s format is changed, blockFormatChanged() is called.

The list of blocks in the group is returned by blockList() . Note that the blocks in the list are not necessarily adjacent elements in the document; for example, the top-level items in a multi-level list will be separated by the items in lower levels of the list.

class PySide6.QtGui.QTextBlockGroup(doc)#
Parameters

docPySide6.QtGui.QTextDocument

Creates a new new block group for the given document.

Warning

This function should only be called from createObject() .

PySide6.QtGui.QTextBlockGroup.blockFormatChanged(block)#
Parameters

blockPySide6.QtGui.QTextBlock

This function is called whenever the specified block of text is changed. The text block is a member of this group.

The base class implementation does nothing.

PySide6.QtGui.QTextBlockGroup.blockInserted(block)#
Parameters

blockPySide6.QtGui.QTextBlock

Appends the given block to the end of the group.

Warning

If you reimplement this function you must call the base class implementation.

PySide6.QtGui.QTextBlockGroup.blockList()#
Return type

Returns a (possibly empty) list of all the blocks that are part of the block group.

PySide6.QtGui.QTextBlockGroup.blockRemoved(block)#
Parameters

blockPySide6.QtGui.QTextBlock

Removes the given block from the group; the block itself is not deleted, it simply isn’t a member of this group anymore.