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QWSMouseHandler(3qt)							     QWSMouseHandler(3qt)

       QWSMouseHandler - Mouse driver for Qt/Embedded

       #include <qmouse_qws.h>

   Public Members
       QWSMouseHandler ( const QString & driver = QString::null, const QString & device =
	   QString::null )
       virtual ~QWSMouseHandler ()
       virtual void clearCalibration ()
       virtual void calibrate ( QWSPointerCalibrationData * )
       void limitToScreen ( QPoint & pt )
       void mouseChanged ( const QPoint & pos, int bstate )
       const QPoint & pos () const

       The QWSMouseHandler class is a mouse driver for Qt/Embedded.

       The mouse driver handles events from system devices and generates mouse events.

       A QWSMouseHandler will usually open some system device in its constructor, create a
       QSocketNotifier on that opened device and when it receives data, it will call
       mouseChanged() to send the event to Qt/Embedded for relaying to clients.

       See also Qt/Embedded.

QWSMouseHandler::QWSMouseHandler ( const QString & driver = QString::null, const QString & device
       = QString::null )
       Constructs a mouse handler. This becomes the primary mouse handler.

       Note that once created, mouse handlers are controlled by the system and should not be

       The driver and device arguments are not used by this base class.

QWSMouseHandler::~QWSMouseHandler () [virtual]
       Destroys the mouse handler. You should not call this directly.

void QWSMouseHandler::calibrate ( QWSPointerCalibrationData * ) [virtual]
       This method is reimplemented in the calibrated mouse handler to set calibration
       information (from, for instance, the Qtopia calibration screen). This version does

void QWSMouseHandler::clearCalibration () [virtual]
       This method is reimplemented in the calibrated mouse handler to clear calibration
       information. This version does nothing.

void QWSMouseHandler::limitToScreen ( QPoint & pt )
       Ensures that the given point, pt is within the screen's boundaries, changing pt if

void QWSMouseHandler::mouseChanged ( const QPoint & pos, int bstate )
       When a mouse event occurs this function is called with the mouse's position in pos, and
       the state of its buttons in bstate.

const QPoint &; QWSMouseHandler::pos () const
       Returns the mouse position.

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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 (qwsmousehandler.3qt) and the Qt version

Trolltech AS				 9 December 2002		     QWSMouseHandler(3qt)
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