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QFocusEvent(3qt)								 QFocusEvent(3qt)

       QFocusEvent - Event parameters for widget focus events

       #include <qevent.h>

       Inherits QEvent.

   Public Members
       QFocusEvent ( Type type )
       bool gotFocus () const
       bool lostFocus () const
       enum Reason { Mouse, Tab, Backtab, ActiveWindow, Popup, Shortcut, Other }

   Static Public Members
       Reason reason ()
       void setReason ( Reason reason )
       void resetReason ()

       The QFocusEvent class contains event parameters for widget focus events.

       Focus events are sent to widgets when the keyboard input focus changes. Focus events occur
       due to mouse actions, keypresses (e.g. Tab or Backtab), the window system, popup menus,
       keyboard shortcuts or other application specific reasons. The reason for a particular
       focus event is returned by reason() in the appropriate event handler.

       The event handlers QWidget::focusInEvent() and QWidget::focusOutEvent() receive focus

       Use setReason() to set the reason for all focus events, and resetReason() to set the
       reason for all focus events to the reason in force before the last setReason() call.

       See also QWidget::setFocus(), QWidget::focusPolicy, and Event Classes.

   Member Type Documentation
       This enum specifies why the focus changed.

       QFocusEvent::Mouse - because of a mouse action.

       QFocusEvent::Tab - because of a Tab press.

       QFocusEvent::Backtab - because of a Backtab press (possibly including Shift/Control, e.g.

       QFocusEvent::ActiveWindow - because the window system made this window (in)active.

       QFocusEvent::Popup - because the application opened/closed a popup that grabbed/released

       QFocusEvent::Shortcut - because of a keyboard shortcut.

       QFocusEvent::Other - any other reason, usually application-specific.

       See the keyboard focus overview for more about focus.

QFocusEvent::QFocusEvent ( Type type )
       Constructs a focus event object.

       The type parameter must be either QEvent::FocusIn or QEvent::FocusOut.

bool QFocusEvent::gotFocus () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget received the text input focus; otherwise returns FALSE.

bool QFocusEvent::lostFocus () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget lost the text input focus; otherwise returns FALSE.

Reason QFocusEvent::reason () [static]
       Returns the reason for this focus event.

       See also setReason().

void QFocusEvent::resetReason () [static]
       Resets the reason for all future focus events to the value before the last setReason()

       See also reason() and setReason().

void QFocusEvent::setReason ( Reason reason ) [static]
       Sets the reason for all future focus events to reason.

       See also reason() and resetReason().

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Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			 QFocusEvent(3qt)
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