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|qmake:||QT += widgets|
|QGraphicsLinearLayout(QGraphicsLayoutItem *parent = nullptr)|
|QGraphicsLinearLayout(Qt::Orientation orientation, QGraphicsLayoutItem *parent = nullptr)|
|void||addStretch(int stretch = 1)|
|Qt::Alignment||alignment(QGraphicsLayoutItem *item) const|
|void||insertItem(int index, QGraphicsLayoutItem *item)|
|void||insertStretch(int index, int stretch = 1)|
|qreal||itemSpacing(int index) const|
|void||setAlignment(QGraphicsLayoutItem *item, Qt::Alignment alignment)|
|void||setItemSpacing(int index, qreal spacing)|
|void||setStretchFactor(QGraphicsLayoutItem *item, int stretch)|
|int||stretchFactor(QGraphicsLayoutItem *item) const|
|virtual int||count() const override|
|virtual void||invalidate() override|
|virtual QGraphicsLayoutItem *||itemAt(int index) const override|
|virtual void||removeAt(int index) override|
|virtual void||setGeometry(const QRectF &rect) override|
|virtual QSizeF||sizeHint(Qt::SizeHint which, const QSizeF &constraint = QSizeF()) const override|
The QGraphicsLinearLayout class provides a horizontal or vertical layout for managing widgets in Graphics View.
The default orientation for a linear layout is Qt::Horizontal. You can choose a vertical orientation either by calling setOrientation(), or by passing Qt::Vertical to QGraphicsLinearLayout's constructor.
The most common way to use QGraphicsLinearLayout is to construct an object on the heap with no parent, add widgets and layouts by calling addItem(), and finally assign the layout to a widget by calling QGraphicsWidget::setLayout().
QGraphicsScene scene; QGraphicsWidget *textEdit = scene.addWidget(new QTextEdit); QGraphicsWidget *pushButton = scene.addWidget(new QPushButton); QGraphicsLinearLayout *layout = new QGraphicsLinearLayout; layout->addItem(textEdit); layout->addItem(pushButton); QGraphicsWidget *form = new QGraphicsWidget; form->setLayout(layout); scene.addItem(form);
You can add widgets, layouts, stretches (addStretch(), insertStretch() or setStretchFactor()), and spacings (setItemSpacing()) to a linear layout. The layout takes ownership of the items. In some cases when the layout item also inherits from QGraphicsItem (such as QGraphicsWidget) there will be a ambiguity in ownership because the layout item belongs to two ownership hierarchies. See the documentation of QGraphicsLayoutItem::setOwnedByLayout() how to handle this. You can access each item in the layout by calling count() and itemAt(). Calling removeAt() or removeItem() will remove an item from the layout, without destroying it.
QGraphicsLinearLayout respects each item's size hints and size policies, and when the layout contains more space than the items can fill, each item is arranged according to the layout's alignment for that item. You can set an alignment for each item by calling setAlignment(), and check the alignment for any item by calling alignment(). By default, items are aligned to the top left.
Between the items, the layout distributes some space. The actual amount of space depends on the managed widget's current style, but the common spacing is 4. You can also set your own spacing by calling setSpacing(), and get the current spacing value by calling spacing(). If you want to configure individual spacing for your items, you can call setItemSpacing().
You can assign a stretch factor to each item to control how much space it will get compared to the other items. By default, two identical widgets arranged in a linear layout will have the same size, but if the first widget has a stretch factor of 1 and the second widget has a stretch factor of 2, the first widget will get 1/3 of the available space, and the second will get 2/3.
QGraphicsLinearLayout calculates the distribution of sizes by adding up the stretch factors of all items, and then dividing the available space accordingly. The default stretch factor is 0 for all items; a factor of 0 means the item does not have any defined stretch factor; effectively this is the same as setting the stretch factor to 1. The stretch factor only applies to the available space in the lengthwise direction of the layout (following its orientation). If you want to control both the item's horizontal and vertical stretch, you can use QGraphicsGridLayout instead.
Destroys the QGraphicsLinearLayout object.
This convenience function is equivalent to calling insertItem(-1, item).
This convenience function is equivalent to calling insertStretch(-1, stretch).
The alignment decides how the item is positioned within its assigned space in the case where there's more space available in the layout than the widgets can occupy.
See also setAlignment().
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayout::count().
Inserts item into the layout at index, or before any item that is currently at index.
Inserts a stretch of stretch at index, or before any item that is currently at index.
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayout::invalidate().
[override virtual]QGraphicsLayoutItem *QGraphicsLinearLayout::itemAt(int index) const
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayout::itemAt().
When iterating from 0 and up, it will return the items in the visual arranged order.
Returns the spacing after item at index.
See also setItemSpacing().
Returns the layout orientation.
See also setOrientation().
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayout::removeAt().
Removes the item at index without destroying it. Ownership of the item is transferred to the caller.
Removes item from the layout without destroying it. Ownership of item is transferred to the caller.
Sets the alignment of item to alignment. If item's alignment changes, the layout is automatically invalidated.
[override virtual]void QGraphicsLinearLayout::setGeometry(const QRectF &rect)
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayoutItem::setGeometry().
Sets the spacing after item at index to spacing.
See also itemSpacing().
Change the layout orientation to orientation. Changing the layout orientation will automatically invalidate the layout.
See also orientation().
Sets the layout's spacing to spacing. Spacing refers to the vertical and horizontal distances between items.
Sets the stretch factor for item to stretch. If an item's stretch factor changes, this function will invalidate the layout.
Setting stretch to 0 removes the stretch factor from the item, and is effectively equivalent to setting stretch to 1.
See also stretchFactor().
[override virtual]QSizeF QGraphicsLinearLayout::sizeHint(Qt::SizeHint which, const QSizeF &constraint = QSizeF()) const
Reimplemented from QGraphicsLayoutItem::sizeHint().
Returns the layout's spacing. Spacing refers to the vertical and horizontal distances between items.
See also setSpacing().
Returns the stretch factor for item. The default stretch factor is 0, meaning that the item has no assigned stretch factor.
See also setStretchFactor().