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#include "qabstractscrollarea.h"

#ifndef QT_NO_SCROLLAREA

#include "qscrollbar.h"
#include "qapplication.h"
#include "qstyle.h"
#include "qstyleoption.h"
#include "qevent.h"
#include "qdebug.h"
#include "qboxlayout.h"
#include "qpainter.h"

#include "qabstractscrollarea_p.h"
#include <qwidget.h>

#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
#include <qmacstyle_mac.h>
#include <private/qt_mac_p.h>
#endif

/*!
    \class QAbstractScrollArea
    \brief The QAbstractScrollArea widget provides a scrolling area with
    on-demand scroll bars.

    \ingroup abstractwidgets

    QAbstractScrollArea is a low-level abstraction of a scrolling
    area. The area provides a central widget called the viewport, in
    which the contents of the area is to be scrolled (i.e, the
    visible parts of the contents are rendered in the viewport). 

    Next to the viewport is a vertical scroll bar, and below is a
    horizontal scroll bar. When all of the area contents fits in the
    viewport, each scroll bar can be either visible or hidden
    depending on the scroll bar's Qt::ScrollBarPolicy. When a scroll
    bar is hidden, the viewport expands in order to cover all
    available space. When a scroll bar becomes visible again, the
    viewport shrinks in order to make room for the scroll bar.

    It is possible to reserve a margin area around the viewport, see
    setViewportMargins(). The feature is mostly used to place a
    QHeaderView widget above or beside the scrolling area. Subclasses
    of QAbstractScrollArea should implement margins.

    When inheriting QAbstractScrollArea, you need to do the
    following:

    \list
        \o Control the scroll bars by setting their
           range, value, page step, and tracking their
           movements.
        \o Draw the contents of the area in the viewport according
           to the values of the scroll bars.
        \o Handle events received by the viewport in
           viewportEvent() - notably resize events.
    \endlist

    With a scroll bar policy of Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded (the default),
    QAbstractScrollArea shows scroll bars when they provide a non-zero
    scrolling range, and hides them otherwise.

    The scroll bars and viewport should be updated whenever the viewport
    receives a resize event or the size of the contents changes.
    The viewport also needs to be updated when the scroll bars
    values change. The initial values of the scroll bars are often
    set when the area receives new contents. 

    We give a simple example, in which we have implemented a scroll area
    that can scroll any QWidget. We make the widget a child of the
    viewport; this way, we do not have to calculate which part of
    the widget to draw but can simply move the widget with
    QWidget::move(). When the area contents or the viewport size
    changes, we do the following: 

    \quotefromfile snippets/myscrollarea.cpp
    \skipto areaSize
    \printto /^\}/

    When the scroll bars change value, we need to update the widget
    position, i.e., find the part of the widget that is to be drawn in
    the viewport:

    \quotefromfile snippets/myscrollarea.cpp
    \skipto hvalue
    \printto /^\}/

    In order to track scroll bar movements, reimplement the virtual
    function scrollContentsBy(). In order to fine-tune scrolling
    behavior, connect to a scroll bar's
    QAbstractSlider::actionTriggered() signal and adjust the \l
    QAbstractSlider::sliderPosition as you wish.

    For convenience, QAbstractScrollArea makes all viewport events
    available in the virtual viewportEvent() handler. QWidget's
    specialized handlers are remapped to viewport events in the cases
    where this makes sense. The remapped specialized handlers are:
    paintEvent(), mousePressEvent(), mouseReleaseEvent(),
    mouseDoubleClickEvent(), mouseMoveEvent(), wheelEvent(),
    dragEnterEvent(), dragMoveEvent(), dragLeaveEvent(), dropEvent(),
    contextMenuEvent(),  and resizeEvent().

    QScrollArea, which inherits QAbstractScrollArea, provides smooth
    scrolling for any QWidget (i.e., the widget is scrolled pixel by
    pixel). You only need to subclass QAbstractScrollArea if you need
    more specialized behavior. This is, for instance, true if the
    entire contents of the area is not suitable for being drawn on a
    QWidget or if you do not want smooth scrolling.

    \sa QScrollArea
*/

QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate()
    :hbar(0), vbar(0), vbarpolicy(Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded), hbarpolicy(Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded),
     viewport(0), cornerWidget(0), left(0), top(0), right(0), bottom(0),
     xoffset(0), yoffset(0), viewportFilter(0)
{
}

QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer(Qt::Orientation orientation, QWidget *parent)
    :QWidget(parent), scrollBar(new QScrollBar(orientation, this)),
     layout(new QBoxLayout(orientation == Qt::Horizontal ? QBoxLayout::LeftToRight : QBoxLayout::TopToBottom)),
     orientation(orientation)
{
    setLayout(layout);
    layout->setMargin(0);
    layout->setSpacing(0);
    layout->addWidget(scrollBar);
}

/*! \internal
    Adds a widget to the scroll bar container.
*/
void QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::addWidget(QWidget *widget, LogicalPosition position)
{
    QSizePolicy policy = widget->sizePolicy();
    if (orientation == Qt::Vertical)
        policy.setHorizontalPolicy(QSizePolicy::Ignored);
    else
        policy.setVerticalPolicy(QSizePolicy::Ignored);
    widget->setSizePolicy(policy);
    widget->setParent(this);

    const int insertIndex = (position & LogicalLeft) ? 0 : scrollBarLayoutIndex() + 1;
    layout->insertWidget(insertIndex, widget);
}

/*! \internal
    Retuns a list of scroll bar widgets for the given position. The scroll bar
    itself is not returned.
*/
QWidgetList QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::widgets(LogicalPosition position)
{
    QWidgetList list;
    const int scrollBarIndex = scrollBarLayoutIndex();
    if (position == LogicalLeft) {
        for (int i = 0; i < scrollBarIndex; ++i)
            list.append(layout->itemAt(i)->widget());
    } else if (position == LogicalRight) {
        const int layoutItemCount = layout->count();
        for (int i = scrollBarIndex + 1; i < layoutItemCount; ++i)
            list.append(layout->itemAt(i)->widget());
    }
    return list;
}

/*! \internal
    Returns the layout index for the scroll bar. This needs to be
    recalculated by a linear search for each use, since items in
    the layout can be removed at any time (i.e. when a widget is
    deleted or re-parented).
*/
int QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::scrollBarLayoutIndex() const
{
    const int layoutItemCount = layout->count();
    for (int i = 0; i < layoutItemCount; ++i) {
        if (qobject_cast<QScrollBar *>(layout->itemAt(i)->widget()))
            return i;
    }
    return -1;
}

/*! \internal
*/
void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::replaceScrollBar(QScrollBar *scrollBar,
                                                  Qt::Orientation orientation)
{
    Q_Q(QAbstractScrollArea);

    QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer *container = scrollBarContainers[orientation];
    bool horizontal = (orientation == Qt::Horizontal);
    QScrollBar *oldBar = horizontal ? hbar : vbar;
    if (horizontal)
        hbar = scrollBar;
    else
        vbar = scrollBar;
    scrollBar->setParent(container);
    container->scrollBar = scrollBar;
    container->layout->removeWidget(oldBar);
    container->layout->insertWidget(0, scrollBar);
    scrollBar->setVisible(oldBar->isVisibleTo(oldBar->window()));
    scrollBar->setInvertedAppearance(oldBar->invertedAppearance());
    scrollBar->setInvertedControls(oldBar->invertedControls());
    scrollBar->setRange(oldBar->minimum(), oldBar->maximum());
    scrollBar->setOrientation(oldBar->orientation());
    scrollBar->setPageStep(oldBar->pageStep());
    scrollBar->setSingleStep(oldBar->singleStep());
    scrollBar->setSliderDown(oldBar->isSliderDown());
    scrollBar->setSliderPosition(oldBar->sliderPosition());
    scrollBar->setTracking(oldBar->hasTracking());
    scrollBar->setValue(oldBar->value());
    delete oldBar;

    QObject::connect(scrollBar, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),
                     q, horizontal ? SLOT(_q_hslide(int)) : SLOT(_q_vslide(int)));
    QObject::connect(scrollBar, SIGNAL(rangeChanged(int,int)),
                     q, SLOT(_q_showOrHideScrollBars()), Qt::QueuedConnection);
}

void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::init()
{
    Q_Q(QAbstractScrollArea);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal] = new QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer(Qt::Horizontal, q);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->setObjectName(QLatin1String("qt_scrollarea_hcontainer"));
    hbar = scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->scrollBar;
    hbar->setRange(0,0);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->setVisible(false);
    QObject::connect(hbar, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)), q, SLOT(_q_hslide(int)));
    QObject::connect(hbar, SIGNAL(rangeChanged(int,int)), q, SLOT(_q_showOrHideScrollBars()), Qt::QueuedConnection);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical] = new QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer(Qt::Vertical, q);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->setObjectName(QLatin1String("qt_scrollarea_vcontainer"));
    vbar = scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->scrollBar;
    vbar->setRange(0,0);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->setVisible(false);
    QObject::connect(vbar, SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)), q, SLOT(_q_vslide(int)));
    QObject::connect(vbar, SIGNAL(rangeChanged(int,int)), q, SLOT(_q_showOrHideScrollBars()), Qt::QueuedConnection);
    viewportFilter = new QAbstractScrollAreaFilter(this);
    viewport = new QWidget(q);
    viewport->setObjectName(QLatin1String("qt_scrollarea_viewport"));
    viewport->setBackgroundRole(QPalette::Base);
    viewport->setAutoFillBackground(true);
    viewport->installEventFilter(viewportFilter);
    viewport->setFocusProxy(q);
    q->setFocusPolicy(Qt::WheelFocus);
    q->setFrameStyle(QFrame::StyledPanel | QFrame::Sunken);
    q->setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy::Expanding, QSizePolicy::Expanding);
    layoutChildren();
}

void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::layoutChildren()
{
    Q_Q(QAbstractScrollArea);
    bool needh = (hbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAlwaysOn
                  || (hbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded && hbar->minimum() < hbar->maximum()));

    bool needv = (vbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAlwaysOn
                  || (vbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded && vbar->minimum() < vbar->maximum()));

    const int hsbExt = hbar->sizeHint().height();
    const int vsbExt = vbar->sizeHint().width();
    const QPoint extPoint(vsbExt, hsbExt);
    const QSize extSize(vsbExt, hsbExt);

    const QRect widgetRect = q->rect();
    QStyleOption opt(0);
    opt.init(q);

    const bool hasCornerWidget = (cornerWidget != 0);

// If the scroll bars are at the very right and bottom of the window we
// move their positions to be aligned with the size grip.
#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
    QWidget * const window = q->window();
    // Check if a native sizegrip is present.
    bool hasMacReverseSizeGrip = false;
    bool hasMacSizeGrip = false;
    HIViewRef nativeSizeGrip;
    HIViewFindByID(HIViewGetRoot(HIViewGetWindow(HIViewRef(q->winId()))), kHIViewWindowGrowBoxID, &nativeSizeGrip);
    if (nativeSizeGrip) {
        // Look for a native size grip at the visual window bottom right and at the
        // absolute window bottom right. In reverse mode, the native size grip does not
        // swich side, so we need to check if it is on the "wrong side".
        const QPoint scrollAreaBottomRight = q->mapTo(window, widgetRect.bottomRight() - QPoint(frameWidth, frameWidth));
        const QPoint windowBottomRight = window->rect().bottomRight();
        const QPoint visualWindowBottomRight = QStyle::visualPos(opt.direction, opt.rect, windowBottomRight);
        const QPoint offset = windowBottomRight - scrollAreaBottomRight;
        const QPoint visualOffset = visualWindowBottomRight - scrollAreaBottomRight;
        hasMacSizeGrip = (visualOffset.manhattanLength() < vsbExt);
        hasMacReverseSizeGrip = (hasMacSizeGrip == false && (offset.manhattanLength() < hsbExt));
    }

    // Use small scroll bars for tool windows, to match the native size grip.
    const QMacStyle::WidgetSizePolicy hpolicy = QMacStyle::widgetSizePolicy(hbar);
    const QMacStyle::WidgetSizePolicy vpolicy = QMacStyle::widgetSizePolicy(vbar);
    const Qt::WindowType windowType = window->windowType();
    if (windowType == Qt::Tool) {
        if (hpolicy != QMacStyle::SizeSmall)
            QMacStyle::setWidgetSizePolicy(hbar, QMacStyle::SizeSmall);
        if (vpolicy != QMacStyle::SizeSmall)
            QMacStyle::setWidgetSizePolicy(vbar, QMacStyle::SizeSmall);
    } else {
        if (hpolicy != QMacStyle::SizeDefault)
            QMacStyle::setWidgetSizePolicy(hbar, QMacStyle::SizeDefault);
        if (vpolicy != QMacStyle::SizeDefault)
            QMacStyle::setWidgetSizePolicy(vbar, QMacStyle::SizeDefault);
    }
#endif
    QPoint cornerOffset(needv ? vsbExt : 0, needh ? hsbExt : 0);
    QRect controlsRect;
    QRect viewportRect;

    // In FrameOnlyAroundContents mode the frame is drawn between the controls and
    // the viewport, else the frame rect is equal to the widget rect.
    if (q->style()->styleHint(QStyle::SH_ScrollView_FrameOnlyAroundContents, &opt, q)) {
        controlsRect = widgetRect;
        const int extra = q->style()->pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_DefaultFrameWidth) * 2;
        const QPoint cornerExtra(needv ? extra : 0, needh ? extra : 0);
        QRect frameRect = widgetRect;
        frameRect.adjust(0, 0, -cornerOffset.x() - cornerExtra.x(), -cornerOffset.y() - cornerExtra.y());
        q->setFrameRect(frameRect);
        viewportRect = q->contentsRect();
    } else {
        q->setFrameRect(QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, widgetRect));
        controlsRect = q->contentsRect();
        viewportRect = QRect(controlsRect.topLeft(), controlsRect.bottomRight() - cornerOffset);
    }

    // If we have a corner widget and are only showing one scroll bar, we need to move it
    // to make room for the corner widget.
    if (hasCornerWidget && (needv || needh))
        cornerOffset =  extPoint;

#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
    // Also move the scroll bars if they are covered by the native Mac size grip.
    if (hasMacSizeGrip)
        cornerOffset =  extPoint;
#endif

    // The corner point is where the scroll bar rects, the corner widget rect and the
    // viewport rect meets.
    const QPoint cornerPoint(controlsRect.bottomRight() + QPoint(1, 1) - cornerOffset);

    // Some styles paints the corner if both scorllbars are showing and there is
    // no corner widget. Also, on the Mac we paint if there is a native
    // (transparent) sizegrip in the area where a corner widget would be.
    if (needv && needh && hasCornerWidget == false
#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
        || ((needv || needh) && hasMacSizeGrip)
#endif
    ) {
        cornerPaintingRect = QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, QRect(cornerPoint, extSize));
    } else {
        cornerPaintingRect = QRect();
    }

#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
    if (hasMacReverseSizeGrip)
        reverseCornerPaintingRect = QRect(controlsRect.bottomRight() + QPoint(1, 1) - extPoint, extSize);
    else
        reverseCornerPaintingRect = QRect();
#endif

    if (needh) {
        QRect horizontalScrollBarRect(QPoint(controlsRect.left(), cornerPoint.y()), QPoint(cornerPoint.x() - 1, controlsRect.bottom()));
#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
        if (hasMacReverseSizeGrip)
            horizontalScrollBarRect.adjust(vsbExt, 0, 0, 0);
#endif
        scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->setGeometry(QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, horizontalScrollBarRect));
        scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->raise();
    }

    if (needv) {
        const QRect verticalScrollBarRect  (QPoint(cornerPoint.x(), controlsRect.top()),  QPoint(controlsRect.right(), cornerPoint.y() - 1));
        scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->setGeometry(QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, verticalScrollBarRect));
        scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->raise();
    }

    if (cornerWidget) {
        const QRect cornerWidgetRect(cornerPoint, controlsRect.bottomRight());
        cornerWidget->setGeometry(QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, cornerWidgetRect));
    }

    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->setVisible(needh);
    scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->setVisible(needv);

    if (q->isRightToLeft())
        viewportRect.adjust(right, top, -left, -bottom);
    else
        viewportRect.adjust(left, top, -right, -bottom);

    viewport->setGeometry(QStyle::visualRect(opt.direction, opt.rect, viewportRect)); // resize the viewport last
}

// ### Fix for 4.4, talk to Bjoern E or Girish.
void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::scrollBarPolicyChanged(Qt::Orientation, Qt::ScrollBarPolicy) {}

/*!
    \internal

    Creates a new QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate, \a dd with the given \a parent.
*/
00447 QAbstractScrollArea::QAbstractScrollArea(QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate &dd, QWidget *parent)
    :QFrame(dd, parent)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    d->init();
}

/*!
    Constructs a viewport.

    The \a parent arguments is sent to the QWidget constructor.
*/
00459 QAbstractScrollArea::QAbstractScrollArea(QWidget *parent)
    :QFrame(*new QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate, parent)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    d->init();
}


/*!
  Destroys the viewport.
 */
00470 QAbstractScrollArea::~QAbstractScrollArea()
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    delete d->viewportFilter;
}


/*!
  \since 4.2
  Sets the viewport to be the given \a widget.
  The QAbstractScrollArea will take ownership of the given \a widget.

  If \a widget is 0, QAbstractScrollArea will assign a new QWidget instance
  for the viewport.

  \sa viewport()
*/
00487 void QAbstractScrollArea::setViewport(QWidget *widget)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    if (widget != d->viewport) {
        QWidget *oldViewport = d->viewport;
        if (!widget)
            widget = new QWidget;
        d->viewport = widget;
        d->viewport->setParent(this);
        d->viewport->setFocusProxy(this);
        d->viewport->installEventFilter(d->viewportFilter);
        d->layoutChildren();
        if (isVisible())
            d->viewport->show();
        QMetaObject::invokeMethod(this, "setupViewport", Q_ARG(QWidget *, widget));
        delete oldViewport;
    }
}

/*!
    Returns the viewport widget.

    Use the QScrollArea::widget() function to retrieve the contents of
    the viewport widget.

    \sa QScrollArea::widget()
*/
00514 QWidget *QAbstractScrollArea::viewport() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->viewport;
}


/*!
Returns the size of the viewport as if the scroll bars had no valid
scrolling range.
*/
// ### still thinking about the name
00526 QSize QAbstractScrollArea::maximumViewportSize() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    int hsbExt = d->hbar->sizeHint().height();
    int vsbExt = d->vbar->sizeHint().width();

    int f = 2 * d->frameWidth;
    QSize max = size() - QSize(f + d->left + d->right, f + d->top + d->bottom);
    if (d->vbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAlwaysOn)
        max.rwidth() -= vsbExt;
    if (d->hbarpolicy == Qt::ScrollBarAlwaysOn)
        max.rheight() -= hsbExt;
    return max;
}

/*!
    \property QAbstractScrollArea::verticalScrollBarPolicy
    \brief the policy for the vertical scroll bar

    The default policy is Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded.

    \sa horizontalScrollBarPolicy
*/

Qt::ScrollBarPolicy QAbstractScrollArea::verticalScrollBarPolicy() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->vbarpolicy;
}

void QAbstractScrollArea::setVerticalScrollBarPolicy(Qt::ScrollBarPolicy policy)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    const Qt::ScrollBarPolicy oldPolicy = d->vbarpolicy;
    d->vbarpolicy = policy;
    if (isVisible())
        d->layoutChildren();
    if (oldPolicy != d->vbarpolicy)
        d->scrollBarPolicyChanged(Qt::Vertical, d->vbarpolicy);
}


/*!
  Returns the vertical scroll bar.

  \sa verticalScrollBarPolicy, horizontalScrollBar()
 */
00573 QScrollBar *QAbstractScrollArea::verticalScrollBar() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->vbar;
}

/*!
   \since 4.2
   Replaces the existing vertical scroll bar with \a scrollBar, and sets all
   the former scroll bar's slider properties on the new scroll bar. The former
   scroll bar is then deleted.

   QAbstractScrollArea already provides vertical and horizontal scroll bars by
   default. You can call this function to replace the default vertical
   scroll bar with your own custom scroll bar.

   \sa verticalScrollBar(), setHorizontalScrollBar()
*/
00591 void QAbstractScrollArea::setVerticalScrollBar(QScrollBar *scrollBar)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    if (!scrollBar) {
        qWarning("QAbstractScrollArea::setVerticalScrollBar: Cannot set a null scroll bar");
        return;
    }

    d->replaceScrollBar(scrollBar, Qt::Vertical);
}

/*!
    \property QAbstractScrollArea::horizontalScrollBarPolicy
    \brief the policy for the horizontal scroll bar

    The default policy is Qt::ScrollBarAsNeeded.

    \sa verticalScrollBarPolicy
*/

Qt::ScrollBarPolicy QAbstractScrollArea::horizontalScrollBarPolicy() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->hbarpolicy;
}

void QAbstractScrollArea::setHorizontalScrollBarPolicy(Qt::ScrollBarPolicy policy)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    const Qt::ScrollBarPolicy oldPolicy = d->hbarpolicy;
    d->hbarpolicy = policy;
    if (isVisible())
        d->layoutChildren();
    if (oldPolicy != d->hbarpolicy)
        d->scrollBarPolicyChanged(Qt::Horizontal, d->hbarpolicy);
}

/*!
  Returns the horizontal scroll bar.

  \sa horizontalScrollBarPolicy, verticalScrollBar()
 */
00633 QScrollBar *QAbstractScrollArea::horizontalScrollBar() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->hbar;
}

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Replaces the existing horizontal scroll bar with \a scrollBar, and sets all
    the former scroll bar's slider properties on the new scroll bar. The former
    scroll bar is then deleted.

    QAbstractScrollArea already provides horizontal and vertical scroll bars by
    default. You can call this function to replace the default horizontal
    scroll bar with your own custom scroll bar.

    \sa horizontalScrollBar(), setVerticalScrollBar()
*/
00652 void QAbstractScrollArea::setHorizontalScrollBar(QScrollBar *scrollBar)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    if (!scrollBar) {
        qWarning("QAbstractScrollArea::setHorizontalScrollBar: Cannot set a null scroll bar");
        return;
    }

    d->replaceScrollBar(scrollBar, Qt::Horizontal);
}

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Returns the widget in the corner between the two scroll bars.

    By default, no corner widget is present.
*/
00670 QWidget *QAbstractScrollArea::cornerWidget() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    return d->cornerWidget;
}

/*!
    \since 4.2

    Sets the widget in the corner between the two scroll bars to be
    \a widget.

    You will probably also want to set at least one of the scroll bar
    modes to \c AlwaysOn.

    Passing 0 shows no widget in the corner.

    Any previous corner widget is hidden.

    You may call setCornerWidget() with the same widget at different
    times.

    All widgets set here will be deleted by the scroll area when it is
    destroyed unless you separately reparent the widget after setting
    some other corner widget (or 0).

    Any \e newly set widget should have no current parent.

    By default, no corner widget is present.

    \sa horizontalScrollBarPolicy, horizontalScrollBarPolicy
*/
00702 void QAbstractScrollArea::setCornerWidget(QWidget *widget)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    QWidget* oldWidget = d->cornerWidget;
    if (oldWidget != widget) {
        if (oldWidget)
            oldWidget->hide();
        d->cornerWidget = widget;

        if (widget && widget->parentWidget() != this)
            widget->setParent(this);

        d->layoutChildren();
        if (widget)
            widget->show();
    } else {
        d->cornerWidget = widget;
        d->layoutChildren();
    }
}

/*!
    \since 4.2
    Adds \a widget as a scroll bar widget in the location specified
    by \a alignment.

    Scroll bar widgets are shown next to the horizontal or vertical
    scroll bar, and can be placed on either side of it. If you want
    the scroll bar widgets to be always visible, set the
    scrollBarPolicy for the corresponding scroll bar to \c AlwaysOn.

    \a alignment must be one of Qt::Alignleft and Qt::AlignRight,
    which maps to the horizontal scroll bar, or Qt::AlignTop and
    Qt::AlignBottom, which maps to the vertical scroll bar.

    A scroll bar widget can be removed by either re-parenting the
    widget or deleting it. It's also possible to hide a widget with
    QWidget::hide()

    The scroll bar widget will be resized to fit the scroll bar
    geometry for the current style. The following describes the case
    for scroll bar widgets on the horizontal scroll bar:

    The height of the widget will be set to match the height of the
    scroll bar. To control the width of the widget, use
    QWidget::setMinimumWidth and QWidget::setMaximumWidth, or
    implement QWidget::sizeHint() and set a horizontal size policy.
    If you want a square widget, call
    QStyle::pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_ScrollBarExtent) and set the
    width to this value.

    \sa scrollBarWidgets()
*/
00755 void QAbstractScrollArea::addScrollBarWidget(QWidget *widget, Qt::Alignment alignment)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);

    if (widget == 0)
        return;

    const Qt::Orientation scrollBarOrientation
        = ((alignment & Qt::AlignLeft) || (alignment & Qt::AlignRight)) ? Qt::Horizontal : Qt::Vertical;
    const QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalPosition position
        = ((alignment & Qt::AlignRight) || (alignment & Qt::AlignBottom))
          ? QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalRight : QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalLeft;
    d->scrollBarContainers[scrollBarOrientation]->addWidget(widget, position);
    d->layoutChildren();
    if (isHidden() == false)
        widget->show();
}

/*!
    \since 4.2
    Returns a list of the currently set scroll bar widgets. \a alignment
    can be any combination of the four location flags.

    \sa addScrollBarWidget()
*/
00780 QWidgetList QAbstractScrollArea::scrollBarWidgets(Qt::Alignment alignment)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);

    QWidgetList list;

    if (alignment & Qt::AlignLeft)
        list += d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->widgets(QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalLeft);
    if (alignment & Qt::AlignRight)
        list += d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->widgets(QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalRight);
    if (alignment & Qt::AlignTop)
        list += d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->widgets(QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalLeft);
    if (alignment & Qt::AlignBottom)
        list += d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->widgets(QAbstractScrollAreaScrollBarContainer::LogicalRight);

    return list;
}

/*!
    Sets the margins around the scrolling area to \a left, \a top, \a
    right and \a bottom. This is useful for applications such as
    spreadsheets with "locked" rows and columns. The marginal space is
    is left blank; put widgets in the unused area.

    Note that this function is frequently called by QTreeView and
    QTableView, so margins must be implemented by QAbstractScrollArea
    subclasses. Also, if the subclasses are to be used in item views,
    they should not call this function. 

    By default all margins are zero.

*/
00812 void QAbstractScrollArea::setViewportMargins(int left, int top, int right, int bottom)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    d->left = left;
    d->top = top;
    d->right = right;
    d->bottom = bottom;
    d->layoutChildren();
}

/*!
    \fn bool QAbstractScrollArea::event(QEvent *event)

    \reimp

    This is the main event handler for the QAbstractScrollArea widget (\e not
    the scrolling area viewport()). The specified \a event is a general event
    object that may need to be cast to the appropriate class depending on its
    type.

    \sa QEvent::type()
*/
00834 bool QAbstractScrollArea::event(QEvent *e)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    switch (e->type()) {
    case QEvent::AcceptDropsChange:
        d->viewport->setAcceptDrops(acceptDrops());
        break;
    case QEvent::MouseTrackingChange:
        d->viewport->setMouseTracking(hasMouseTracking());
        break;
    case QEvent::Resize:
            d->layoutChildren();
            break;
    case QEvent::Paint:
        if (d->cornerPaintingRect.isValid()) {
            QStyleOption option;
            option.rect = d->cornerPaintingRect;
            QPainter p(this);
            style()->drawPrimitive(QStyle::PE_PanelScrollAreaCorner, &option, &p, this);
        }
#ifdef Q_WS_MAC
        if (d->reverseCornerPaintingRect.isValid()) {
            QStyleOption option;
            option.rect = d->reverseCornerPaintingRect;
            QPainter p(this);
            style()->drawPrimitive(QStyle::PE_PanelScrollAreaCorner, &option, &p, this);
        }
#endif
        QFrame::paintEvent((QPaintEvent*)e);
        break;
    case QEvent::ContextMenu:
        if (static_cast<QContextMenuEvent *>(e)->reason() == QContextMenuEvent::Keyboard)
           return QFrame::event(e);
        e->ignore();
        break;
    case QEvent::MouseButtonPress:
    case QEvent::MouseButtonRelease:
    case QEvent::MouseButtonDblClick:
    case QEvent::MouseMove:
    case QEvent::Wheel:
#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP
    case QEvent::Drop:
    case QEvent::DragEnter:
    case QEvent::DragMove:
    case QEvent::DragLeave:
#endif
        return false;
    case QEvent::StyleChange:
    case QEvent::LayoutDirectionChange:
    case QEvent::ApplicationLayoutDirectionChange:
        d->layoutChildren();
        // fall through
    default:
        return QFrame::event(e);
    }
    return true;
}

/*!
  \fn bool QAbstractScrollArea::viewportEvent(QEvent *event)

  The main event handler for the scrolling area (the viewport() widget).
  It handles the \a event specified, and can be called by subclasses to
  provide reasonable default behavior.

  Returns true to indicate to the event system that the event has been
  handled, and needs no further processing; otherwise returns false to
  indicate that the event should be propagated further.

  You can reimplement this function in a subclass, but we recommend
  using one of the specialized event handlers instead.

  Specialised handlers for viewport events are: paintEvent(),
  mousePressEvent(), mouseReleaseEvent(), mouseDoubleClickEvent(),
  mouseMoveEvent(), wheelEvent(), dragEnterEvent(), dragMoveEvent(),
  dragLeaveEvent(), dropEvent(), contextMenuEvent(), and
  resizeEvent().
*/
00912 bool QAbstractScrollArea::viewportEvent(QEvent *e)
{
    switch (e->type()) {
    case QEvent::Resize:
    case QEvent::Paint:
    case QEvent::MouseButtonPress:
    case QEvent::MouseButtonRelease:
    case QEvent::MouseButtonDblClick:
    case QEvent::MouseMove:
    case QEvent::ContextMenu:
#ifndef QT_NO_WHEELEVENT
    case QEvent::Wheel:
#endif
#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP
    case QEvent::Drop:
    case QEvent::DragEnter:
    case QEvent::DragMove:
    case QEvent::DragLeave:
#endif
        return QFrame::event(e);
    case QEvent::LayoutRequest:
        return event(e);
    default:
        break;
    }
    return false; // let the viewport widget handle the event
}

/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::resizeEvent(QResizeEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    resize events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    When resizeEvent() is called, the viewport already has its new
    geometry: Its new size is accessible through the
    QResizeEvent::size() function, and the old size through
    QResizeEvent::oldSize().

    \sa QWidget::resizeEvent()
 */
00953 void QAbstractScrollArea::resizeEvent(QResizeEvent *)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::paintEvent(QPaintEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    paint events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    \note If you open a painter, make sure to open it on the viewport().

    \sa QWidget::paintEvent()
*/
00967 void QAbstractScrollArea::paintEvent(QPaintEvent*)
{
}

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    mouse press events for the viewport() widget. The event is passed
    in \a e.

    \sa QWidget::mousePressEvent()
*/
00978 void QAbstractScrollArea::mousePressEvent(QMouseEvent *e)
{
    e->ignore();
}

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    mouse release events for the viewport() widget. The event is
    passed in \a e.

    \sa QWidget::mouseReleaseEvent()
*/
00990 void QAbstractScrollArea::mouseReleaseEvent(QMouseEvent *e)
{
    e->ignore();
}

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    mouse double click events for the viewport() widget. The event is
    passed in \a e.

    \sa QWidget::mouseDoubleClickEvent()
*/
01002 void QAbstractScrollArea::mouseDoubleClickEvent(QMouseEvent *e)
{
    e->ignore();
}

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    mouse move events for the viewport() widget. The event is passed
    in \a e.

    \sa QWidget::mouseMoveEvent()
*/
01014 void QAbstractScrollArea::mouseMoveEvent(QMouseEvent *e)
{
    e->ignore();
}

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    wheel events for the viewport() widget. The event is passed in \a
    e.

    \sa QWidget::wheelEvent()
*/
#ifndef QT_NO_WHEELEVENT
01027 void QAbstractScrollArea::wheelEvent(QWheelEvent *e)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    if (static_cast<QWheelEvent*>(e)->orientation() == Qt::Horizontal)
        QApplication::sendEvent(d->hbar, e);
    else
        QApplication::sendEvent(d->vbar, e);
}
#endif

/*!
    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    context menu events for the viewport() widget. The event is passed
    in \a e.

    \sa QWidget::contextMenuEvent()
*/
01044 void QAbstractScrollArea::contextMenuEvent(QContextMenuEvent *e)
{
    e->ignore();
}

/*!
    This function is called with key event \a e when key presses
    occur. It handles PageUp, PageDown, Up, Down, Left, and Right, and
    ignores all other key presses.
*/
01054 void QAbstractScrollArea::keyPressEvent(QKeyEvent * e)
{
    Q_D(QAbstractScrollArea);
    if (false){
#ifndef QT_NO_SHORTCUT
    } else if (e == QKeySequence::MoveToPreviousPage) {
        d->vbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderPageStepSub);
    } else if (e == QKeySequence::MoveToNextPage) {
        d->vbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderPageStepAdd);
#endif
    } else {
#ifdef QT_KEYPAD_NAVIGATION
        if (QApplication::keypadNavigationEnabled() && !hasEditFocus()) {
            e->ignore();
            return;
        }
#endif
        switch (e->key()) {
        case Qt::Key_Up:
            d->vbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderSingleStepSub);
            break;
        case Qt::Key_Down:
            d->vbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderSingleStepAdd);
            break;
        case Qt::Key_Left:
#ifdef QT_KEYPAD_NAVIGATION
        if (QApplication::keypadNavigationEnabled() && hasEditFocus()
            && (!d->hbar->isVisible() || d->hbar->value() == d->hbar->minimum())) {
            //if we aren't using the hbar or we are already at the leftmost point ignore
            e->ignore();
            return;
        }
#endif
            d->hbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderSingleStepSub);
            break;
        case Qt::Key_Right:
#ifdef QT_KEYPAD_NAVIGATION
        if (QApplication::keypadNavigationEnabled() && hasEditFocus()
            && (!d->hbar->isVisible() || d->hbar->value() == d->hbar->maximum())) {
            //if we aren't using the hbar or we are already at the rightmost point ignore
            e->ignore();
            return;
        }
#endif
            d->hbar->triggerAction(QScrollBar::SliderSingleStepAdd);
            break;
        default:
            e->ignore();
            return;
        }
    }
    e->accept();
}


#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP
/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::dragEnterEvent(QDragEnterEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    drag enter events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    \sa QWidget::dragEnterEvent()
*/
01118 void QAbstractScrollArea::dragEnterEvent(QDragEnterEvent *)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::dragMoveEvent(QDragMoveEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    drag move events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    \sa QWidget::dragMoveEvent()
*/
01130 void QAbstractScrollArea::dragMoveEvent(QDragMoveEvent *)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::dragLeaveEvent(QDragLeaveEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    drag leave events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    \sa QWidget::dragLeaveEvent()
*/
01142 void QAbstractScrollArea::dragLeaveEvent(QDragLeaveEvent *)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QAbstractScrollArea::dropEvent(QDropEvent *event)

    This event handler can be reimplemented in a subclass to receive
    drop events (passed in \a event), for the viewport() widget.

    \sa QWidget::dropEvent()
*/
01154 void QAbstractScrollArea::dropEvent(QDropEvent *)
{
}


#endif

/*!
    This virtual handler is called when the scroll bars are moved by
    \a dx, \a dy, and consequently the viewport's contents should be
    scrolled accordingly.

    The default implementation simply calls update() on the entire
    viewport(), subclasses can reimplement this handler for
    optimization purposes, or - like QScrollArea - to move a contents
    widget. The parameters \a dx and \a dy are there for convenience,
    so that the class knows how much should be scrolled (useful
    e.g. when doing pixel-shifts). You may just as well ignore these
    values and scroll directly to the position the scroll bars
    indicate.

    Calling this function in order to scroll programmatically is an
    error, use the scroll bars instead (e.g. by calling
    QScrollBar::setValue() directly).
*/
01179 void QAbstractScrollArea::scrollContentsBy(int, int)
{
    viewport()->update();
}

void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::_q_hslide(int x)
{
    Q_Q(QAbstractScrollArea);
    int dx = xoffset - x;
    xoffset = x;
    q->scrollContentsBy(dx, 0);
}

void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::_q_vslide(int y)
{
    Q_Q(QAbstractScrollArea);
    int dy = yoffset - y;
    yoffset = y;
    q->scrollContentsBy(0, dy);
}

void QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::_q_showOrHideScrollBars()
{
    layoutChildren();
}

QPoint QAbstractScrollAreaPrivate::contentsOffset() const
{
    Q_Q(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    QPoint offset;
    if (vbar->isVisible())
        offset.setY(vbar->value());
    if (hbar->isVisible()) {
        if (q->isRightToLeft())
            offset.setX(hbar->maximum() - hbar->value());
        else
            offset.setX(hbar->value());
    }
    return offset;
}

/*!
    \reimp

*/
01224 QSize QAbstractScrollArea::minimumSizeHint() const
{
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    int hsbExt = d->hbar->sizeHint().height();
    int vsbExt = d->vbar->sizeHint().width();
    int extra = 2 * d->frameWidth;
    return QSize(d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Horizontal]->sizeHint().width() + vsbExt + extra,
                 d->scrollBarContainers[Qt::Vertical]->sizeHint().height() + hsbExt + extra);
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
01237 QSize QAbstractScrollArea::sizeHint() const
{
    return QSize(256, 192);
#if 0
    Q_D(const QAbstractScrollArea);
    int h = qMax(10, fontMetrics().height());
    int f = 2 * d->frameWidth;
    return QSize((6 * h) + f, (4 * h) + f);
#endif
}

/*!
    This slot is called by QAbstractScrollArea after setViewport(\a
    viewport) has been called. Reimplement this function in a
    subclass of QAbstractScrollArea to initialize the new \a viewport
    before it is used.

    \sa setViewport()
*/
01256 void QAbstractScrollArea::setupViewport(QWidget *viewport)
{
    Q_UNUSED(viewport);
}

#include "moc_qabstractscrollarea.cpp"
#include "moc_qabstractscrollarea_p.cpp"
#endif // QT_NO_SCROLLAREA

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