KParts::GUIActivateEvent Class Reference

#include <KParts/GUIActivateEvent>

Inheritance diagram for KParts::GUIActivateEvent:

Public Member Functions

 GUIActivateEvent (bool activated)
bool activated () const
- Public Member Functions inherited from KParts::Event
 Event (const char *eventName)
virtual const char * eventName () const
- Public Member Functions inherited from QEvent
 QEvent (QEvent::Type type)
void accept ()
void ignore ()
bool isAccepted () const const
void setAccepted (bool accepted)
bool spontaneous () const const
QEvent::Type type () const const

Static Public Member Functions

static bool test (const QEvent *event)
- Static Public Member Functions inherited from KParts::Event
static bool test (const QEvent *event)
static bool test (const QEvent *event, const char *name)
- Static Public Member Functions inherited from QEvent
int registerEventType (int hint)

Additional Inherited Members

- Public Types inherited from QEvent
enum  Type
- Properties inherited from QEvent
- Public Attributes inherited from QEvent

Detailed Description

This event is sent to a Part when its GUI has been activated or deactivated.

This is related to PartActivateEvent, but the difference is that GUIActivateEvent happens later (when the GUI is actually built), only for parts that have GUI elements, and only if using KParts::MainWindow.

See also

Definition at line 27 of file guiactivateevent.h.

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