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QWSWindow(3qt)									   QWSWindow(3qt)

       QWSWindow - Server-specific functionality in Qt/Embedded

       #include <qwindowsystem_qws.h>

   Public Members
       QWSWindow ( int i, QWSClient * client )
       ~QWSWindow ()
       int winId () const
       const QString & name () const
       const QString & caption () const
       QWSClient * client () const
       QRegion requested () const
       QRegion allocation () const
       bool isVisible () const
       bool isPartiallyObscured () const
       bool isFullyObscured () const
       void raise ()
       void lower ()
       void show ()
       void hide ()
       void setActiveWindow ()

       The QWSWindow class provides server-specific functionality in Qt/Embedded.

       When you run a Qt/Embedded application, it either runs as a server or connects to an
       existing server. If it runs as a server, some additional functionality is provided by the
       QWSServer class.

       This class maintains information about each window and allows operations to be performed
       on the windows.

       You can get the window's name(), caption() and winId(), along with the client() that owns
       the window.

       The region the window wants to draw on is returned by requested(); the region that the
       window is allowed to draw on is returned by allocation().

       The visibility of the window can be determined using isVisible(), isPartiallyObscured()
       and isFullyObscured(). Visibility can be changed using raise(), lower(), show(), hide()
       and setActiveWindow().

       See also Qt/Embedded.

QWSWindow::QWSWindow ( int i, QWSClient * client )
       Constructs a new top-level window, associated with the client client and giving it the id

QWSWindow::~QWSWindow ()

QRegion QWSWindow::allocation () const
       Returns the region that the window is allowed to draw onto including any window
       decorations but excluding regions covered by other windows.

       See also requested().

const QString &; QWSWindow::caption () const
       Returns the window's caption.

QWSClient * QWSWindow::client () const
       Returns the QWSClient that owns this window.

void QWSWindow::hide ()
       Hides the window.

bool QWSWindow::isFullyObscured () const
       Returns TRUE is the window is completely obsured by another window or by the bounds of the
       screen; otherwise returns FALSE.

bool QWSWindow::isPartiallyObscured () const
       Returns TRUE is the window is partially obsured by another window or by the bounds of the
       screen; otherwise returns FALSE.

bool QWSWindow::isVisible () const
       Returns TRUE if the window is visible; otherwise returns FALSE.

void QWSWindow::lower ()
       Lowers the window below other windows.

const QString &; QWSWindow::name () const
       Returns the window's name.

void QWSWindow::raise ()
       Raises the window above all other windows except "Stay on top" windows.

QRegion QWSWindow::requested () const
       Returns the region that the window has requested to draw onto including any window

       See also allocation().

void QWSWindow::setActiveWindow ()
       Make this the active window (i.e. sets the keyboard focus to this window).

void QWSWindow::show ()
       Shows the window.

int QWSWindow::winId () const
       Returns the window's Id.

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Trolltech AS				 9 December 2002			   QWSWindow(3qt)
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