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KAcceleratorManager Class Reference

#include <KAcceleratorManager>

Static Public Member Functions

static void addStandardActionNames (const QStringList &names)
static void last_manage (QString &added, QString &changed, QString &removed)
static void manage (QWidget *widget, bool programmers_mode=false)
static void setNoAccel (QWidget *widget)

Detailed Description

KDE Accelerator manager.

This class can be used to find a valid and working set of accelerators for any widget.

Matthias Hölzer-Klüpfel mhk@k.nosp@m.de.o.nosp@m.rg

Definition at line 28 of file kacceleratormanager.h.

Member Function Documentation

◆ addStandardActionNames()

void KAcceleratorManager::addStandardActionNames ( const QStringList & names)

Append names to a list of standard action names.

These strings will be given higher priority when assigning keyboard accelerators.


Definition at line 864 of file kacceleratormanager.cpp.

◆ last_manage()

void KAcceleratorManager::last_manage ( QString & added,
QString & changed,
QString & removed )

returns the result of the last manage operation.

Definition at line 436 of file kacceleratormanager.cpp.

◆ manage()

void KAcceleratorManager::manage ( QWidget * widget,
bool programmers_mode = false )

Manages the accelerators of a widget.

Call this function on the top widget of the hierarchy you want to manage. It will fix the accelerators of the child widgets so there are never duplicate accelerators. It also tries to put accelerators on as many widgets as possible.

The algorithm used tries to take the existing accelerators into account, as well as the class of each widget. Hopefully, the result is close to what you would assign manually.

QMenu's are managed dynamically, so when you add or remove entries, the accelerators are reassigned. If you add or remove widgets to your toplevel widget, you will have to call manage again to fix the accelerators.

widgetThe toplevel widget you want to manage.
programmers_modeif true, KAcceleratorManager adds (&) for removed accels and & before added accels

Definition at line 427 of file kacceleratormanager.cpp.

◆ setNoAccel()

void KAcceleratorManager::setNoAccel ( QWidget * widget)

Use this method for a widget (and its children) you want no accels to be set on.

Definition at line 859 of file kacceleratormanager.cpp.

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