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QSizePolicy(3qt)								 QSizePolicy(3qt)

NAME
       QSizePolicy - Layout attribute describing horizontal and vertical resizing policy

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qsizepolicy.h>

   Public Members
       enum SizeType { Fixed = 0, Minimum = MayGrow, Maximum = MayShrink, Preferred = MayGrow |
	   MayShrink, MinimumExpanding = MayGrow | ExpMask, Expanding = MayGrow | MayShrink |
	   ExpMask, Ignored = ExpMask }
       enum ExpandData { NoDirection = 0, Horizontally = 1, Vertically = 2, Horizontal =
	   Horizontally, Vertical = Vertically, BothDirections = Horizontally | Vertically }
       QSizePolicy ()
       QSizePolicy ( SizeType hor, SizeType ver, bool hfw = FALSE )
       QSizePolicy ( SizeType hor, SizeType ver, uchar horStretch, uchar verStretch, bool hfw =
	   FALSE )
       SizeType horData () const
       SizeType verData () const
       bool mayShrinkHorizontally () const
       bool mayShrinkVertically () const
       bool mayGrowHorizontally () const
       bool mayGrowVertically () const
       ExpandData expanding () const
       void setHorData ( SizeType d )
       void setVerData ( SizeType d )
       void setHeightForWidth ( bool b )
       bool hasHeightForWidth () const
       bool operator== ( const QSizePolicy & s ) const
       bool operator!= ( const QSizePolicy & s ) const
       uint horStretch () const
       uint verStretch () const
       void setHorStretch ( uchar sf )
       void setVerStretch ( uchar sf )
       void transpose ()

DESCRIPTION
       The QSizePolicy class is a layout attribute describing horizontal and vertical resizing
       policy.

       The size policy of a widget is an expression of its willingness to be resized in various
       ways.

       Widgets that reimplement QWidget::sizePolicy() return a QSizePolicy that describes the
       horizontal and vertical resizing policy they prefer when being laid out. Only one of the
       constructors is of interest in most applications.

       QSizePolicy contains two independent SizeType objects; one describes the widgets's
       horizontal size policy, and the other describes its vertical size policy. It also contains
       a flag to indicate whether the height and width of its preferred size are related.

       The horizontal and vertical SizeTypes are set in the usual constructor and can be queried
       using a variety of functions.

       The hasHeightForWidth() flag indicates whether the widget's sizeHint() is width-dependent
       (such as a word-wrapping label) or not.

       See also QSizePolicy::SizeType, Widget Appearance and Style, and Layout Management.

   Member Type Documentation
QSizePolicy::ExpandData
       This enum type describes in which directions a widget can make use of extra space. There
       are four possible values:

       QSizePolicy::NoDirection - the widget cannot make use of extra space in any direction.

       QSizePolicy::Horizontally - the widget can usefully be wider than the sizeHint().

       QSizePolicy::Vertically - the widget can usefully be taller than the sizeHint().

       QSizePolicy::BothDirections - the widget can usefully be both wider and taller than the
       sizeHint().

QSizePolicy::SizeType
       The per-dimension sizing types used when constructing a QSizePolicy are:

       QSizePolicy::Fixed - The QWidget::sizeHint() is the only acceptable alternative, so the
       widget can never grow or shrink (e.g. the vertical direction of a push button).

       QSizePolicy::Minimum - The sizeHint() is minimal, and sufficient. The widget can be
       expanded, but there is no advantage to it being larger (e.g. the horizontal direction of a
       push button). It cannot be smaller than the size provided by sizeHint().

       QSizePolicy::Maximum - The sizeHint() is a maximum. The widget can be shrunk any amount
       without detriment if other widgets need the space (e.g. a separator line). It cannot be
       larger than the size provided by sizeHint().

       QSizePolicy::Preferred - The sizeHint() is best, but the widget can be shrunk and still be
       useful. The widget can be expanded, but there is no advantage to it being larger than
       sizeHint() (the default QWidget policy).

       QSizePolicy::Expanding - The sizeHint() is a sensible size, but the widget can be shrunk
       and still be useful. The widget can make use of extra space, so it should get as much
       space as possible (e.g. the horizontal direction of a slider).

       QSizePolicy::MinimumExpanding - The sizeHint() is minimal, and sufficient. The widget can
       make use of extra space, so it should get as much space as possible (e.g. the horizontal
       direction of a slider).

       QSizePolicy::Ignored - the sizeHint() is ignored. The widget will get as much space as
       possible.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QSizePolicy::QSizePolicy ()
       Constructs a minimally initialized QSizePolicy.

QSizePolicy::QSizePolicy ( SizeType hor, SizeType ver, bool hfw = FALSE )
       This is the constructor normally used to return a value in the overridden
       QWidget::sizePolicy() function of a QWidget subclass.

       It constructs a QSizePolicy with independent horizontal and vertical sizing types, hor and
       ver respectively. These sizing types affect how the widget is treated by the layout
       engine.

       If hfw is TRUE, the preferred height of the widget is dependent on the width of the widget
       (for example, a QLabel with line wrapping).

       See also horData(), verData(), and hasHeightForWidth().

QSizePolicy::QSizePolicy ( SizeType hor, SizeType ver, uchar horStretch, uchar verStretch, bool
       hfw = FALSE )
       Constructs a QSizePolicy with independent horizontal and vertical sizing types hor and
       ver, and stretch factors horStretch and verStretch.

       If hfw is TRUE, the preferred height of the widget is dependent on the width of the
       widget.

       See also horStretch() and verStretch().

ExpandData QSizePolicy::expanding () const
       Returns whether this layout can make use of more space than sizeHint(). A value of
       Vertical or Horizontal means that it wants to grow in only one dimension, whereas
       BothDirections means that it wants to grow in both dimensions.

       See also mayShrinkHorizontally(), mayGrowHorizontally(), mayShrinkVertically(), and
       mayGrowVertically().

bool QSizePolicy::hasHeightForWidth () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget's preferred height depends on its width; otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       See also setHeightForWidth().

SizeType QSizePolicy::horData () const
       Returns the horizontal component of the size policy.

       See also setHorData(), verData(), and horStretch().

uint QSizePolicy::horStretch () const
       Returns the horizontal stretch factor of the size policy.

       See also setHorStretch() and verStretch().

bool QSizePolicy::mayGrowHorizontally () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget can sensibly be wider than its sizeHint(); otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       See also mayGrowVertically() and mayShrinkHorizontally().

bool QSizePolicy::mayGrowVertically () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget can sensibly be taller than its sizeHint(); otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       See also mayGrowHorizontally() and mayShrinkVertically().

bool QSizePolicy::mayShrinkHorizontally () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget can sensibly be narrower than its sizeHint(); otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       See also mayShrinkVertically() and mayGrowHorizontally().

bool QSizePolicy::mayShrinkVertically () const
       Returns TRUE if the widget can sensibly be shorter than its sizeHint(); otherwise returns
       FALSE.

       See also mayShrinkHorizontally() and mayGrowVertically().

bool QSizePolicy::operator!= ( const QSizePolicy & s ) const
       Returns TRUE if this policy is different from s; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also operator==().

bool QSizePolicy::operator== ( const QSizePolicy & s ) const
       Returns TRUE if this policy is equal to s; otherwise returns FALSE.

       See also operator!=().

void QSizePolicy::setHeightForWidth ( bool b )
       Sets the hasHeightForWidth() flag to b.

       See also hasHeightForWidth().

void QSizePolicy::setHorData ( SizeType d )
       Sets the horizontal component of the size policy to size type d.

       See also horData() and setVerData().

void QSizePolicy::setHorStretch ( uchar sf )
       Sets the horizontal stretch factor of the size policy to sf.

       See also horStretch() and setVerStretch().

void QSizePolicy::setVerData ( SizeType d )
       Sets the vertical component of the size policy to size type d.

       See also verData() and setHorData().

void QSizePolicy::setVerStretch ( uchar sf )
       Sets the vertical stretch factor of the size policy to sf.

       See also verStretch() and setHorStretch().

void QSizePolicy::transpose ()
       Swaps the horizontal and vertical policies and stretches.

SizeType QSizePolicy::verData () const
       Returns the vertical component of the size policy.

       See also setVerData(), horData(), and verStretch().

uint QSizePolicy::verStretch () const
       Returns the vertical stretch factor of the size policy.

       See also setVerStretch() and horStretch().

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qsizepolicy.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
       Generated automatically from the source code.

BUGS
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       http://doc.trolltech.com/bughowto.html.	Good bug reports help us to help you. Thank you.

       The definitive Qt documentation is provided in HTML format; it is located at
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       provided as a convenience for those users who prefer man pages, although this format is
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       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qsizepolicy.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			 QSizePolicy(3qt)
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