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* KDE Accelerator manager.
* This class can be used to find a valid and working set of
* accelerators for any widget.
* @author Matthias Hölzer-Klüpfel <email@example.com>
class KWIDGETSADDONS_EXPORT KAcceleratorManager
* Manages the accelerators of a widget.
* Call this function on the top widget of the hierarchy you
* want to manage. It will fix the accelerators of the child widgets so
* there are never duplicate accelerators. It also tries to put
* accelerators on as many widgets as possible.
* The algorithm used tries to take the existing accelerators into
* account, as well as the class of each widget. Hopefully, the result
* is close to what you would assign manually.
* QPopupMenu's are managed dynamically, so when you add or remove entries,
* the accelerators are reassigned. If you add or remove widgets to your
* toplevel widget, you will have to call manage again to fix the
* @param widget The toplevel widget you want to manage.
* @param programmers_mode if true, KAcceleratorManager adds (&) for removed
* accels and & before added accels
static void manage(QWidget *widget, bool programmers_mode = false);
/** \internal returns the result of the last manage operation. */
static void last_manage(QString &added, QString &changed, QString &removed);
* Use this method for a widget (and its children) you want no accels to be set on.
static void setNoAccel(QWidget *widget);
* Append names to a list of standard action names.
* These strings will be given higher priority when assigning keyboard accelerators.
* @since 5.0
static void addStandardActionNames(const QStringList &names);
#endif // K_ACCELERATORMANAGER_H