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YButtonBox Class Reference

#include <YButtonBox.h>

Inheritance diagram for YButtonBox:
YWidget

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

virtual ~YButtonBox ()
virtual const char * widgetClass () const
virtual void setMargins (const YButtonBoxMargins &margins)
YButtonBoxMargins margins () const
virtual void doLayout (int width, int height)
YPushButtonfindButton (YButtonRole role)
void sanityCheck ()
void setSanityCheckRelaxed (bool relax=true)
bool sanityCheckRelaxed () const
virtual int preferredWidth ()
virtual int preferredHeight ()
virtual void setSize (int newWidth, int newHeight)
virtual bool stretchable (YUIDimension dimension) const

Static Public Member Functions

static void setLayoutPolicy (const YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy &layoutPolicy)
static YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy layoutPolicy ()
static YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy kdeLayoutPolicy ()
static YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy gnomeLayoutPolicy ()
static void setDefaultMargins (const YButtonBoxMargins &margins)
static YButtonBoxMargins defaultMargins ()

Protected Member Functions

 YButtonBox (YWidget *parent)
virtual std::vector
< YPushButton * > 
buttonsByButtonOrder ()
int maxChildSize (YUIDimension dim) const
int totalChildrenWidth () const
virtual void moveChild (YWidget *child, int newX, int newY)=0
int preferredWidth (bool equalSizeButtons)

Friends

class YButtonBoxPrivate

Detailed Description

Container widget for dialog buttons that abstracts the button order depending on the desktop environment.

KDE and Windows arrange dialog buttons like this:

[OK] [Apply] [Cancel] [Custom1] [Custom2] ... [Help]

[Continue] [Cancel]

[Yes] [No]

GNOME and MacOS arrange them like this:

[Help] [Custom1] [Custom2] ... [Apply] [Cancel] [OK]

[Cancel] [Continue]

[No] [Yes]

This class provides the abstraction to use whatever layout is more appropriate in the current environment. The application creates the buttons as child widgets of a YButtonBox (rather than a YHBox) and leaves the button order to the YButtonBox.

Each of the standard buttons ([OK], [Apply], [Cancel], [Help]) needs to have a button role properly assigned.

If set up properly (see YApplication::setDefaultFunctionKey()), known button labels will be assigned an appropriate role:

[OK] F10 [Continue] -> [OK] F10 [Yes] -> [OK] F10 [Accept] -> [OK] F10 [Next] -> [OK] F10

[Cancel] F9 [No] -> [Cancel] F9

[Help] F1

Buttons with nonstandard labels that act in such a role need to be explicitly assigned that role:

[Print ] [Cancel] [Help] [Delete] [Cancel] [Help]

Those [Print] or [Delete] buttons act as [OK] buttons (the "yes, do it" action of that dialog). Call YPushButton::setButtonRole( YOkButton ) explicitly for them.

YButtonBox widgets only accept YPushButton child widgets. Otherwise an exception is thrown.

If there is more than one button, one of the child buttons needs to have the [OK] role, and another needs to have the [Cancel] role. Otherwise an exception is thrown.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

YButtonBox::YButtonBox ( YWidget parent) [protected]

Constructor.

YButtonBox::~YButtonBox ( ) [virtual]

Destructor.


Member Function Documentation

vector< YPushButton * > YButtonBox::buttonsByButtonOrder ( ) [protected, virtual]

Return the button children sorted (left to right) by the current button order (from the layout policy).

This default implementation handles KDE and Gnome button orders. It is used in the default doLayout() method.

This may throw exceptions if there are non-button children or if there are multiple buttons with any of the standard button roles (except YCustomButton, of course).

YButtonBoxMargins YButtonBox::defaultMargins ( ) [static]

Return the default margins for all future YButtonBox widgets.

void YButtonBox::doLayout ( int  width,
int  height 
) [virtual]

Lay out the button box and its children (its buttons). This is where the button order is implemented.

This method is called by the default setSize() method. It uses YButtonBox::layoutPolicy() and the specified margins (defaultMargins unless changed with setMargins() ). It moves the buttons to their position with moveChild().

This all should work reasonably in all cases (Qt-UI with KDE button order, Gtk-UI with Gnome button order, NCurses-UI with KDE button order).

Still, derived classes can reimplement this. It does not make very much sense to call this default method in a new implementation.

YPushButton * YButtonBox::findButton ( YButtonRole  role)

Search the child widgets for the first button with the specified role. Return the button or 0 if there is no button with that role.

YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy YButtonBox::gnomeLayoutPolicy ( ) [static]

Predefined layout policy for GNOME-like behaviour.

YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy YButtonBox::kdeLayoutPolicy ( ) [static]

Predefined layout policy for KDE-like behaviour.

YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy YButtonBox::layoutPolicy ( ) [static]

Return the layout policy.

YButtonBoxMargins YButtonBox::margins ( ) const

Return the margins of this YButtonBox.

Notice that those are only the desired margins; if there is not enough space, margins and spacings will be reduced before buttons are cut off.

int YButtonBox::maxChildSize ( YUIDimension  dim) const [protected]

Return the (preferred) size of the biggest child widget in the specified dimension.

virtual void YButtonBox::moveChild ( YWidget child,
int  newX,
int  newY 
) [protected, pure virtual]

Move a child to a new position. This is used in doLayout().

Derived classes are required to implement this.

int YButtonBox::preferredHeight ( ) [virtual]

Preferred height of the widget.

Reimplemented from YWidget. This default method returns the height of the highest child plus the top and bottom margins.

Derived classes can reimplement this method. It does not make very much sense to call this base class method in a new implementation.

Implements YWidget.

int YButtonBox::preferredWidth ( bool  equalSizeButtons) [protected]

Calculate the preferred with with or without trying to enforce buttons of equal size.

int YButtonBox::preferredWidth ( ) [virtual]

Preferred width of the widget.

Reimplemented from YWidget. This default method returns the sum of the the widths of all child widgets plus the left and right margins plus the spacings.

Derived classes can reimplement this method. It does not make very much sense to call this base class method in a new implementation.

Implements YWidget.

void YButtonBox::sanityCheck ( )

Sanity check: Check if all child widgets have the correct widget class and if the button roles are assigned correctly.

A YButtonBox with more than one button is required to have one YOKButton and ony YCancelButton. Neither button role may be assigned more than once.

This method may throw exceptions:

This cannot be done as child widgets are inserted since this is done from the child widgets' constructors, so virtual methods or dynamic_cast don't work at that point.

This is called in the default setSize() method (just before doLayout()), so any of the above errors are caught only at that time. Applications are free to call this before that time to make error handling more transparent.

bool YButtonBox::sanityCheckRelaxed ( ) const

Return 'true' if sanity checks are currently relaxed, 'false' if not.

void YButtonBox::setDefaultMargins ( const YButtonBoxMargins margins) [static]

Set the default margins for all future YButtonBox widgets.

void YButtonBox::setLayoutPolicy ( const YButtonBoxLayoutPolicy layoutPolicy) [static]

Set the button policy for all future YButtonBox widgets: Button order, alignment if there is any excess space, whether or not to give all buttons the same size.

You might want to use one of the predefined static methods: YButtonBox::kdeLayoutPolicy(), YButtonBox::gnomeLayoutPolicy().

The default doLayout() method uses those values.

Notice that there is intentionally no way to set this differently for each individual YButtonBox: This would defeat the purpose of consistency (with the desktop environment this application is running in), which is the reason for having this widget class.

void YButtonBox::setMargins ( const YButtonBoxMargins margins) [virtual]

Set the margins for this YButtonBox.

Derived classes are free to reimplement this, but they should call this base class method in the new method.

void YButtonBox::setSanityCheckRelaxed ( bool  relax = true)

Relax the sanity check done in sanityCheck(): Do not enforce that there has to be a YOKButton and a YCancelButton if there is more than one button.

In very rare cases, it might be neccessary to have a less stringent sanity check: There are some very few legitimate cases for having a YButtonBox with multiple buttons, yet without a YCancelButton.

Examples:

...message... <Countdown> [OK] [Stop]

...message... [OK] [Details]

In those cases, it makes sense to relax the sanity check.

void YButtonBox::setSize ( int  newWidth,
int  newHeight 
) [virtual]

Sets the size of the YButtonBox.

Derived classes can reimplement this, but this base class method should be called in the reimplemented function.

Reimplemented from YWidget.

Implements YWidget.

bool YButtonBox::stretchable ( YUIDimension  dimension) const [virtual]

Returns the stretchability of the YButtonBox. YButtonBox widgets are horizontally stretchable by default. How any excess space is used is specified in the layout policy.

Reimplemented from YWidget.

Reimplemented from YWidget.

int YButtonBox::totalChildrenWidth ( ) const [protected]

Return the sum of the (preferred) widths of all child widgets.

virtual const char* YButtonBox::widgetClass ( ) const [inline, virtual]

Return a descriptive name of this widget class for logging, debugging etc.

Reimplemented from YWidget.


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