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QCanvasPixmap(3qt)							       QCanvasPixmap(3qt)

       QCanvasPixmap - Pixmaps for QCanvasSprites

       #include <qcanvas.h>

       Inherits QPixmap.

   Public Members
       QCanvasPixmap ( const QString & datafilename )
       QCanvasPixmap ( const QImage & image )
       QCanvasPixmap ( const QPixmap & pm, const QPoint & offset )
       ~QCanvasPixmap ()
       int offsetX () const
       int offsetY () const
       void setOffset ( int x, int y )

       The QCanvasPixmap class provides pixmaps for QCanvasSprites.

       If you want to show a single pixmap on a QCanvas use a QCanvasSprite with just one pixmap.

       When pixmaps are inserted into a QCanvasPixmapArray they are held as QCanvasPixmaps.
       QCanvasSprites are used to show pixmaps on QCanvases and hold their pixmaps in a
       QCanvasPixmapArray. If you retrieve a frame (pixmap) from a QCanvasSprite it will be
       returned as a QCanvasPixmap.

       The pixmap is a QPixmap and can only be set in the constructor. There are three different
       constructors, one taking a QPixmap, one a QImage and one a file name that refers to a file
       in any supported file format (see QImageIO).

       QCanvasPixmap can have a hotspot which is defined in terms of an (x, y) offset. When you
       create a QCanvasPixmap from a PNG file or from a QImage that has a QImage::offset(), the
       offset() is initialized appropriately, otherwise the constructor leaves it at (0, 0). You
       can set it later using setOffset(). When the QCanvasPixmap is used in a QCanvasSprite, the
       offset position is the point at QCanvasItem::x() and QCanvasItem::y(), not the top-left
       corner of the pixmap.

       Note that for QCanvasPixmap objects created by a QCanvasSprite, the position of each
       QCanvasPixmap object is set so that the hotspot stays in the same position.

       See also QCanvasPixmapArray, QCanvasItem, QCanvasSprite, Graphics Classes, and Image
       Processing Classes.

QCanvasPixmap::QCanvasPixmap ( const QString & datafilename )
       Constructs a QCanvasPixmap that uses the image stored in datafilename.

QCanvasPixmap::QCanvasPixmap ( const QImage & image )
       Constructs a QCanvasPixmap from the image image.

QCanvasPixmap::QCanvasPixmap ( const QPixmap & pm, const QPoint & offset )
       Constructs a QCanvasPixmap from the pixmap pm using the offset offset.

QCanvasPixmap::~QCanvasPixmap ()
       Destroys the pixmap.

int QCanvasPixmap::offsetX () const
       Returns the x-offset of the pixmap's hotspot.

       See also setOffset().

int QCanvasPixmap::offsetY () const
       Returns the y-offset of the pixmap's hotspot.

       See also setOffset().

void QCanvasPixmap::setOffset ( int x, int y )
       Sets the offset of the pixmap's hotspot to (x, y).

       Warning: Do not call this function if any QCanvasSprites are currently showing this

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Trolltech AS				 9 December 2002		       QCanvasPixmap(3qt)
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