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#include "qstyle.h"
#include "qapplication.h"
#include "qpainter.h"
#include "qwidget.h"
#include "qbitmap.h"
#include "qpixmapcache.h"
#include "qstyleoption.h"
#include "private/qstyle_p.h"
#ifndef QT_NO_DEBUG
#include "qdebug.h"
#endif

#ifdef Q_WS_X11
#include <qx11info_x11.h>
#endif

#include <limits.h>

static const int MaxBits = 8 * sizeof(QSizePolicy::ControlType);

static int unpackControlTypes(QSizePolicy::ControlTypes controls, QSizePolicy::ControlType *array)
{
    if (!controls)
        return 0;

    // optimization: exactly one bit is set
    if ((controls & (controls - 1)) == 0) {
        array[0] = QSizePolicy::ControlType(uint(controls));
        return 1;
    }

    int count = 0;
    for (int i = 0; i < MaxBits; ++i) {
        if (uint bit = (controls & (0x1 << i)))
            array[count++] = QSizePolicy::ControlType(bit);
    }
    return count;
}

/*!
    \class QStyle
    \brief The QStyle class is an abstract base class that encapsulates the look and feel of a GUI.

    \ingroup appearance

    Qt contains a set of QStyle subclasses that emulate the styles of
    the different platforms supported by Qt (QWindowsStyle,
    QMacStyle, QMotifStyle, etc.). By default, these styles are built
    into the QtGui library. Styles can also be made available as
    plugins.

    Qt's built-in widgets use QStyle to perform nearly all of their
    drawing, ensuring that they look exactly like the equivalent
    native widgets. The diagram below shows a QComboBox in six
    different styles.

    \img qstyle-comboboxes.png Six combo boxes

    Topics:

    \tableofcontents

    \section1 Setting a Style

    The style of the entire application can be set using the
    QApplication::setStyle() function. It can also be specified by the
    user of the application, using the \c -style command-line option:

    \code
        ./myapplication -style motif
    \endcode

    If no style is specified, Qt will choose the most appropriate
    style for the user's platform or desktop environment.

    A style can also be set on an individual widget using the
    QWidget::setStyle() function.

    \section1 Developing Style-Aware Custom Widgets

    If you are developing custom widgets and want them to look good on
    all platforms, you can use QStyle functions to perform parts of
    the widget drawing, such as drawItemText(), drawItemPixmap(),
    drawPrimitive(), drawControl(), and drawComplexControl().

    Most QStyle draw functions take four arguments:
    \list
    \o an enum value specifying which graphical element to draw
    \o a QStyleOption specifying how and where to render that element
    \o a QPainter that should be used to draw the element
    \o a QWidget on which the drawing is performed (optional)
    \endlist

    For example, if you want to draw a focus rectangle on your
    widget, you can write:

    \quotefromfile snippets/styles/styles.cpp
    \skipto MyWidget::paintEvent
    \printuntil }

    QStyle gets all the information it needs to render the graphical
    element from QStyleOption. The widget is passed as the last
    argument in case the style needs it to perform special effects
    (such as animated default buttons on Mac OS X), but it isn't
    mandatory. In fact, you can use QStyle to draw on any paint
    device, not just widgets, by setting the QPainter properly.

    QStyleOption has various subclasses for the various types of
    graphical elements that can be drawn. For example,
    PE_FrameFocusRect expects a QStyleOptionFocusRect argument.

    To ensure that drawing operations are as fast as possible,
    QStyleOption and its subclasses have public data members. See the
    QStyleOption class documentation for details on how to use it.

    For convenience, Qt provides the QStylePainter class, which
    combines a QStyle, a QPainter, and a QWidget. This makes it
    possible to write

    \skipto QStylePainter painter
    \printline painter
    \dots
    \skipto drawPrimitive
    \printline drawPrimitive

    instead of

    \quotefromfile snippets/styles/styles.cpp
    \skipto QPainter painter
    \printline painter
    \dots
    \skipto drawPrimitive
    \printline drawPrimitive

    \section1 Creating a Custom Style

    If you want to design a custom look and feel for your
    application, the first step is to pick one of the base styles
    provided with Qt to build your custom style from. The choice will
    depend on which existing style resembles your style the most.

    Depending on which parts of the base style you want to change,
    you must reimplement the functions that are used to draw those
    parts of the interface. To illustrate this, we will modify the
    look of the spin box arrows drawn by QWindowsStyle. The arrows
    are \e{primitive elements} that are drawn by the drawPrimitive()
    function, so we need to reimplement that function. We need the
    following class declaration:

    \quotefile snippets/customstyle/customstyle.h
    \skipto class CustomStyle
    \printuntil };

    To draw its up and down arrows, QSpinBox uses the
    PE_IndicatorSpinUp and PE_IndicatorSpinDown primitive elements.
    Here's how to reimplement the drawPrimitive() function to draw
    them differently:

    \quotefile snippets/customstyle/customstyle.cpp
    \skipto CustomStyle::drawPrimitive
    \printuntil QWindowsStyle::drawPrimitive
    \printline }
    \printline }

    Notice that we don't use the \c widget argument, except to pass it
    on to the QWindowStyle::drawPrimitive() function. As mentioned
    earlier, the information about what is to be drawn and how it
    should be drawn is specified by a QStyleOption object, so there is
    no need to ask the widget.

    If you need to use the \c widget argument to obtain additional
    information, be careful to ensure that it isn't 0 and that it is
    of the correct type before using it. For example:

    \quotefile snippets/customstyle/customstyle.cpp
    \skipto CustomStyle::CustomStyle
    \skipto QSpinBox
    \printuntil {
    \dots
    \printuntil }

    When implementing a custom style, you cannot assume that the
    widget is a QSpinBox just because the enum value is called
    PE_IndicatorSpinUp or PE_IndicatorSpinDown.

    The documentation for the \l{widgets/styles}{Styles} example
    covers this topic in more detail.

    \section1 Using a Custom Style

    There are several ways of using a custom style in a Qt
    application. The simplest way is call the
    QApplication::setStyle() static function before creating the
    QApplication object:

    \include snippets/customstyle/main.cpp

    You can call QApplication::setStyle() at any time, but by calling
    it before the constructor, you ensure that the user's preference,
    set using the \c -style command-line option, is respected.

    You may want to make your style available for use in other
    applications, some of which may not be yours and are not available for
    you to recompile. The Qt Plugin system makes it possible to create
    styles as plugins. Styles created as plugins are loaded as shared
    objects at runtime by Qt itself. Please refer to the \link
    plugins-howto.html Qt Plugin\endlink documentation for more
    information on how to go about creating a style plugin.

    Compile your plugin and put it into Qt's \c plugins/styles
    directory. We now have a pluggable style that Qt can load
    automatically. To use your new style with existing applications,
    simply start the application with the following argument:

    \code
        ./myapplication -style custom
    \endcode

    The application will use the look and feel from the custom style you
    implemented.

    \section1 Right-to-Left Desktops

    Languages written from right to left (such as Arabic and Hebrew)
    usually also mirror the whole layout of widgets, and require the
    light to come from the screen's top-right corner instead of
    top-left.

    If you create a custom style, you should take special care when
    drawing asymmetric elements to make sure that they also look
    correct in a mirrored layout. An easy way to test your styles is
    to run applications with the \c -reverse command-line option or
    to call QApplication::setLayoutDirection() in your \c main()
    function.

    Here are some things to keep in mind when making a style work well in a
    right-to-left environment:

    \list
    \o subControlRect() and subElementRect() return rectangles in screen coordinates
    \o QStyleOption::direction indicates in which direction the item should be drawn in
    \o If a style is not right-to-left aware it will display items as if it were left-to-right
    \o visualRect(), visualPos(), and visualAlignment() are helpful functions that will
       translate from logical to screen representations.
    \o alignedRect() will return a logical rect aligned for the current direction
    \endlist

    \sa QStyleOption, QStylePainter, {Styles Example}, {Implementing Styles and Style Aware Widgets}
*/

/*!
    Constructs a style object.
*/
00297 QStyle::QStyle()
    : QObject(*new QStylePrivate)
{
}


/*!
    \internal

    Constructs a style object.
*/
00308 QStyle::QStyle(QStylePrivate &dd)
    : QObject(dd)
{
}

/*!
    Destroys the style object.
*/
00316 QStyle::~QStyle()
{
}

/*!
    Initializes the appearance of the given \a widget.

    This function is called for every widget at some point after it
    has been fully created but just \e before it is shown for the very
    first time.

    Note that the default implementation does nothing. Reasonable
    actions in this function might be to call the
    QWidget::setBackgroundMode() function for the widget. Do not use
    the function to set, for example, the geometry; reimplementing
    this function do provide a back-door through which the appearance
    of a widget can be changed, but with Qt 4.0's style engine there
    is rarely necessary to implement this function; reimplement the
    drawItemPixmap(), drawItemText(), drawPrimitive(), etc. instead.

    The QWidget::inherits() function may provide enough information to
    allow class-specific customizations. But because new QStyle
    subclasses are expected to work reasonably with all current and \e
    future widgets, limited use of hard-coded customization is
    recommended.

    \sa unpolish()
*/
00344 void QStyle::polish(QWidget * /* widget */)
{
}

/*!
    Uninitialize the given \a{widget}'s appearance.

    This function is the counterpart to polish(). It is called for
    every polished widget whenever the style is dynamically changed;
    the former style has to unpolish its settings before the new style
    can polish them again.

    Note that unpolish() will only be called if the widget is
    destroyed.  This can cause problems in some cases, e.g, if you
    remove a widget from the UI, cache it, and then reinsert it after
    the style has changed; some of Qt's classes cache their widgets.

    \sa polish()
*/
00363 void QStyle::unpolish(QWidget * /* widget */)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::polish(QApplication * application)
    \overload

    Late initialization of the given \a application object.
*/
00373 void QStyle::polish(QApplication * /* app */)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::unpolish(QApplication * application)
    \overload

    Uninitialize the given \a application.
*/
00383 void QStyle::unpolish(QApplication * /* app */)
{
}

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::polish(QPalette & palette)
    \overload

    Changes the \a palette according to style specific requirements
    for color palettes (if any).

    \sa QPalette, QApplication::setPalette()
*/
00396 void QStyle::polish(QPalette & /* pal */)
{
}

/*!
    \fn QRect QStyle::itemTextRect(const QFontMetrics &metrics, const QRect &rectangle, int alignment, bool enabled, const QString &text) const

    Returns the area within the given \a rectangle in which to draw
    the provided \a text according to the specified font \a metrics
    and \a alignment. The \a enabled parameter indicates whether or
    not the associated item is enabled.

    If the given \a rectangle is larger than the area needed to render
    the \a text, the rectangle that is returned will be offset within
    \a rectangle according to the specified \a alignment.  For
    example, if \a alignment is Qt::AlignCenter, the returned
    rectangle will be centered within \a rectangle. If the given \a
    rectangle is smaller than the area needed, the returned rectangle
    will be the smallest rectangle large enough to render the \a text.

    \sa Qt::Alignment
*/
00418 QRect QStyle::itemTextRect(const QFontMetrics &metrics, const QRect &rect, int alignment, bool enabled,
                       const QString &text) const
{
    QRect result;
    int x, y, w, h;
    rect.getRect(&x, &y, &w, &h);
    if (!text.isEmpty()) {
        result = metrics.boundingRect(x, y, w, h, alignment, text);
        if (!enabled && styleHint(SH_EtchDisabledText)) {
            result.setWidth(result.width()+1);
            result.setHeight(result.height()+1);
        }
    } else {
        result = QRect(x, y, w, h);
    }
    return result;
}

/*!
    \fn QRect QStyle::itemPixmapRect(const QRect &rectangle, int alignment, const QPixmap &pixmap) const

    Returns the area within the given \a rectangle in which to draw
    the specified \a pixmap according to the defined \a alignment.
*/
00442 QRect QStyle::itemPixmapRect(const QRect &rect, int alignment, const QPixmap &pixmap) const
{
    QRect result;
    int x, y, w, h;
    rect.getRect(&x, &y, &w, &h);
    if ((alignment & Qt::AlignVCenter) == Qt::AlignVCenter)
        y += h/2 - pixmap.height()/2;
    else if ((alignment & Qt::AlignBottom) == Qt::AlignBottom)
        y += h - pixmap.height();
    if ((alignment & Qt::AlignRight) == Qt::AlignRight)
        x += w - pixmap.width();
    else if ((alignment & Qt::AlignHCenter) == Qt::AlignHCenter)
        x += w/2 - pixmap.width()/2;
    else if ((alignment & Qt::AlignLeft) != Qt::AlignLeft && QApplication::isRightToLeft())
        x += w - pixmap.width();
    result = QRect(x, y, pixmap.width(), pixmap.height());
    return result;
}

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::drawItemText(QPainter *painter, const QRect &rectangle, int alignment, const QPalette &palette, bool enabled, const QString& text, QPalette::ColorRole textRole) const

    Draws the given \a text in the specified \a rectangle using the
    provided \a painter and \a palette.

    The text is drawn using the painter's pen, and aligned and wrapped
    according to the specified \a alignment. If an explicit \a
    textRole is specified, the text is drawn using the \a palette's
    color for the given role. The \a enabled parameter indicates
    whether or not the item is enabled; when reimplementing this
    function, the \a enabled parameter should influence how the item is
    drawn.

    \sa Qt::Alignment, drawItemPixmap()
*/
00477 void QStyle::drawItemText(QPainter *painter, const QRect &rect, int alignment, const QPalette &pal,
                          bool enabled, const QString& text, QPalette::ColorRole textRole) const
{
    if (text.isEmpty())
        return;
    QPen savedPen;
    if (textRole != QPalette::NoRole) {
        savedPen = painter->pen();
        painter->setPen(QPen(pal.brush(textRole), savedPen.widthF()));
    }
    if (!enabled) {
        if (styleHint(SH_DitherDisabledText)) {
            painter->drawText(rect, alignment, text);
            painter->fillRect(painter->boundingRect(rect, alignment, text), QBrush(painter->background().color(), Qt::Dense5Pattern));
            return;
        } else if (styleHint(SH_EtchDisabledText)) {
            QPen pen = painter->pen();
            painter->setPen(pal.light().color());
            painter->drawText(rect.adjusted(1, 1, 1, 1), alignment, text);
            painter->setPen(pen);
        }
    }
    painter->drawText(rect, alignment, text);
    if (textRole != QPalette::NoRole)
        painter->setPen(savedPen);
}

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::drawItemPixmap(QPainter *painter, const QRect &rectangle, int alignment,
                            const QPixmap &pixmap) const

    Draws the given \a pixmap in the specified \a rectangle, according
    to the specified \a alignment, using the provided \a painter.

    \sa drawItemText()
*/

00514 void QStyle::drawItemPixmap(QPainter *painter, const QRect &rect, int alignment,
                            const QPixmap &pixmap) const
{
    QRect aligned = alignedRect(QApplication::layoutDirection(), QFlag(alignment), pixmap.size(), rect);
    QRect inter = aligned.intersected(rect);

    painter->drawPixmap(inter.x(), inter.y(), pixmap, inter.x() - aligned.x(), inter.y() - aligned.y(), inter.width(), inter.height());
}

/*!
    \enum QStyle::PrimitiveElement

    This enum describes that various primitive elements. A
    primitive element is a common GUI element, such as a checkbox
    indicator or button bevel.

    \value PE_PanelButtonCommand  Button used to initiate an action, for
        example, a QPushButton.

    \value PE_FrameDefaultButton  This frame around a default button, e.g. in a dialog.
    \value PE_PanelButtonBevel  Generic panel with a button bevel.
    \value PE_PanelButtonTool  Panel for a Tool button, used with QToolButton.
    \value PE_PanelLineEdit  Panel for a QLineEdit.
    \value PE_IndicatorButtonDropDown  Indicator for a drop down button, for example, a tool
                                       button that displays a menu.

    \value PE_FrameFocusRect  Generic focus indicator.

    \value PE_IndicatorArrowUp  Generic Up arrow.
    \value PE_IndicatorArrowDown  Generic Down arrow.
    \value PE_IndicatorArrowRight  Generic Right arrow.
    \value PE_IndicatorArrowLeft  Generic Left arrow.

    \value PE_IndicatorSpinUp  Up symbol for a spin widget, for example a QSpinBox.
    \value PE_IndicatorSpinDown  Down symbol for a spin widget.
    \value PE_IndicatorSpinPlus  Increase symbol for a spin widget.
    \value PE_IndicatorSpinMinus  Decrease symbol for a spin widget.

    \value PE_IndicatorViewItemCheck On/off indicator for a view item.

    \value PE_IndicatorCheckBox  On/off indicator, for example, a QCheckBox.
    \value PE_IndicatorRadioButton  Exclusive on/off indicator, for example, a QRadioButton.

    \value PE_Q3DockWindowSeparator  Item separator for Qt 3 compatible dock window
                                     and toolbar contents.
    \value PE_IndicatorDockWidgetResizeHandle  Resize handle for dock windows.

    \value PE_Frame  Generic frame; see also QFrame.
    \value PE_FrameMenu  Frame for popup windows/menus; see also QMenu.
    \value PE_PanelMenuBar  Panel for menu bars.
    \value PE_PanelScrollAreaCorner  Panel at the bottom-right (or
        bottom-left) corner of a scroll area.

    \value PE_FrameDockWidget  Panel frame for dock windows and toolbars.
    \value PE_FrameTabWidget  Frame for tab widgets.
    \value PE_FrameLineEdit  Panel frame for line edits.
    \value PE_FrameGroupBox  Panel frame around group boxes.
    \value PE_FrameButtonBevel  Panel frame for a button bevel.
    \value PE_FrameButtonTool  Panel frame for a tool button.

    \value PE_IndicatorHeaderArrow  Arrow used to indicate sorting on a list or table
        header.
    \value PE_FrameStatusBar Frame for a section of a status bar; see also QStatusBar.

    \value PE_FrameWindow  Frame around a MDI window or a docking window.

    \value PE_Q3Separator  Qt 3 compatible generic separator.

    \value PE_IndicatorMenuCheckMark  Check mark used in a menu.

    \value PE_IndicatorProgressChunk  Section of a progress bar indicator; see also QProgressBar.

    \value PE_Q3CheckListController  Qt 3 compatible controller part of a list view item.
    \value PE_Q3CheckListIndicator  Qt 3 compatible checkbox part of a list view item.
    \value PE_Q3CheckListExclusiveIndicator  Qt 3 compatible radio button part of a list view item.

    \value PE_IndicatorBranch  Lines used to represent the branch of a tree in a tree view.
    \value PE_IndicatorToolBarHandle  The handle of a toolbar.
    \value PE_IndicatorToolBarSeparator  The separator in a toolbar.
    \value PE_PanelToolBar  The panel for a toolbar.
    \value PE_PanelTipLabel The panel for a tip label.
    \value PE_FrameTabBarBase The frame that is drawn for a tab bar, ususally drawn for a tab bar that isn't part of a tab widget.
    \value PE_IndicatorTabTear An indicator that a tab is partially scrolled out of the visible tab bar when there are many tabs.
    \value PE_IndicatorColumnViewArrow An arrow in a QColumnView.

    \value PE_Widget  A plain QWidget.

    \value PE_CustomBase Base value for custom primitive elements.
    All values above this are reserved for custom use. Custom values
    must be greater than this value.

    \sa drawPrimitive()
*/

/*!
    \typedef QStyle::SFlags
    \internal
*/

/*!
    \typedef QStyle::SCFlags
    \internal
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::StateFlag

    This enum describes flags that are used when drawing primitive
    elements.

    Note that not all primitives use all of these flags, and that the
    flags may mean different things to different items.

    \value State_None
    \value State_Active
    \value State_AutoRaise
    \value State_Bottom
    \value State_Children
    \value State_DownArrow
    \value State_Editing
    \value State_Enabled
    \value State_FocusAtBorder
    \value State_HasEditFocus
    \value State_HasFocus
    \value State_Horizontal
    \value State_Item
    \value State_KeyboardFocusChange
    \value State_Mini
    \value State_MouseOver
    \value State_NoChange
    \value State_Off
    \value State_On
    \value State_Open
    \value State_Raised
    \value State_ReadOnly
    \value State_Selected
    \value State_Sibling
    \value State_Small
    \value State_Sunken
    \value State_Top
    \value State_UpArrow
    \value State_Window
    \omitvalue State_Default

    \sa drawPrimitive()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::drawPrimitive(PrimitiveElement element, const QStyleOption *option, \
                                   QPainter *painter, const QWidget *widget) const

    Draws the given primitive \a element with the provided \a painter using the style
    options specified by \a option.

    The \a widget argument is optional and may contain a widget that may
    aid in drawing the primitive element.

    The table below is listing the primitive elements and their
    associated style option subclasses. The style options contain all
    the parameters required to draw the elements, including
    QStyleOption::state which holds the style flags that are used when
    drawing. The table also describes which flags that are set when
    casting the given option to the appropriate subclass.

    Note that if a primitive element is not listed here, it is because
    it uses a plain QStyleOption object.

    \table
    \header \o Primitive Element \o QStyleOption Subclass \o Style Flag \o Remark
    \row \o \l PE_FrameFocusRect \o \l QStyleOptionFocusRect
         \o \l State_FocusAtBorder
         \o Whether the focus is is at the border or inside the widget.
    \row \o{1,2} \l PE_IndicatorCheckBox \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionButton
          \o \l State_NoChange \o Indicates a "tri-state" checkbox.
    \row \o \l State_On \o Indicates the indicator is checked.
    \row \o \l PE_IndicatorRadioButton \o \l QStyleOptionButton
          \o \l State_On \o Indicates that a radio button is selected.
    \row \o{1,3} \l PE_Q3CheckListExclusiveIndicator, \l PE_Q3CheckListIndicator
         \o{1,3} \l QStyleOptionQ3ListView \o \l State_On
         \o Indicates whether or not the controller is selected.
    \row \o \l State_NoChange \o Indicates a "tri-state" controller.
    \row \o \l State_Enabled \o Indicates the controller is enabled.
    \row \o{1,4} \l PE_IndicatorBranch \o{1,4} \l QStyleOption
         \o \l State_Children \o Indicates that the control for expanding the tree to show child items, should be drawn.
    \row \o \l State_Item \o Indicates that a horizontal branch (to show a child item), should be drawn.
    \row \o \l State_Open \o Indicates that the tree branch is expanded.
    \row \o \l State_Sibling \o Indicates that a vertical line (to show a sibling item), should be drawn.
    \row \o \l PE_IndicatorHeaderArrow \o \l QStyleOptionHeader
         \o \l State_UpArrow \o Indicates that the arrow should be drawn up;
         otherwise it should be down.
    \row \o \l PE_FrameGroupBox, \l PE_Frame, \l PE_FrameLineEdit,
            \l PE_FrameMenu, \l PE_FrameDockWidget
         \o \l QStyleOptionFrame \o \l State_Sunken
         \o Indicates that the Frame should be sunken.
    \row \o \l PE_IndicatorToolBarHandle \o \l QStyleOption
         \o \l State_Horizontal \o Indicates that the window handle is horizontal
         instead of vertical.
    \row \o \l PE_Q3DockWindowSeparator \o \l QStyleOption
         \o \l State_Horizontal \o Indicates that the separator is horizontal
         instead of vertical.
    \row \o \l PE_IndicatorSpinPlus, \l PE_IndicatorSpinMinus, \l PE_IndicatorSpinUp,
            \l PE_IndicatorSpinDown,
         \o \l QStyleOptionSpinBox
         \o \l State_Sunken \o Indicates that the button is pressed.
    \endtable

    \sa drawComplexControl(), drawControl()
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::ControlElement

    This enum represents a control element. A control element is a
    part of a widget that performs some action or displays information
    to the user.

    \value CE_PushButton  A QPushButton, draws CE_PushButtonBevel, CE_PushButtonLabel and PE_FrameFocusRect.
    \value CE_PushButtonBevel  The bevel and default indicator of a QPushButton.
    \value CE_PushButtonLabel  The label (an icon with text or pixmap) of a QPushButton.

    \value CE_DockWidgetTitle  Dock window title.
    \value CE_Splitter  Splitter handle; see also QSplitter.


    \value CE_CheckBox  A QCheckBox, draws a PE_IndicatorCheckBox, a CE_CheckBoxLabel and a PE_FrameFocusRect.
    \value CE_CheckBoxLabel  The label (text or pixmap) of a QCheckBox.

    \value CE_RadioButton  A QRadioButton, draws a PE_IndicatorRadioButton, a CE_RadioButtonLabel and a PE_FrameFocusRect.
    \value CE_RadioButtonLabel  The label (text or pixmap) of a QRadioButton.

    \value CE_TabBarTab       The tab and label within a QTabBar.
    \value CE_TabBarTabShape  The tab shape within a tab bar.
    \value CE_TabBarTabLabel  The label within a tab.

    \value CE_ProgressBar  A QProgressBar, draws CE_ProgressBarGroove, CE_ProgressBarContents and CE_ProgressBarLabel.
    \value CE_ProgressBarGroove  The groove where the progress
        indicator is drawn in a QProgressBar.
    \value CE_ProgressBarContents  The progress indicator of a QProgressBar.
    \value CE_ProgressBarLabel  The text label of a QProgressBar.

    \value CE_ToolButtonLabel  A tool button's label.

    \value CE_MenuBarItem  A menu item in a QMenuBar.
    \value CE_MenuBarEmptyArea  The empty area of a QMenuBar.

    \value CE_MenuItem  A menu item in a QMenu.
    \value CE_MenuScroller  Scrolling areas in a QMenu when the
        style supports scrolling.
    \value CE_MenuTearoff  A menu item representing the tear off section of
        a QMenu.
    \value CE_MenuEmptyArea  The area in a menu without menu items.
    \value CE_MenuHMargin  The horizontal extra space on the left/right of a menu.
    \value CE_MenuVMargin  The vertical extra space on the top/bottom of a menu.

    \value CE_Q3DockWindowEmptyArea  The empty area of a QDockWidget.

    \value CE_ToolBoxTab  The toolbox's tab and label within a QToolBox.
    \value CE_SizeGrip  Window resize handle; see also QSizeGrip.

    \value CE_Header         A header.
    \value CE_HeaderSection  A header section.
    \value CE_HeaderLabel    The header's label.

    \value CE_ScrollBarAddLine  Scroll bar line increase indicator.
                                (i.e., scroll down); see also QScrollBar.
    \value CE_ScrollBarSubLine  Scroll bar line decrease indicator (i.e., scroll up).
    \value CE_ScrollBarAddPage  Scolllbar page increase indicator (i.e., page down).
    \value CE_ScrollBarSubPage  Scroll bar page decrease indicator (i.e., page up).
    \value CE_ScrollBarSlider   Scroll bar slider.
    \value CE_ScrollBarFirst    Scroll bar first line indicator (i.e., home).
    \value CE_ScrollBarLast     Scroll bar last line indicator (i.e., end).

    \value CE_RubberBand        Rubber band used in for example an icon view.

    \value CE_FocusFrame        Focus frame that is style controlled.

    \value CE_CustomBase  Base value for custom control elements;
    custom values must be greater than this value.
    \value CE_ComboBoxLabel The label of a non-editable QComboBox.
    \value CE_ToolBar A toolbar like QToolBar.
    \value CE_ToolBoxTabShape  The toolbox's tab shape.
    \value CE_ToolBoxTabLabel  The toolbox's tab label.
    \value CE_HeaderEmptyArea  The area of a header view where there are no header sections.

    \omitvalue CE_ColumnViewGrip

    \sa drawControl()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::drawControl(ControlElement element, const QStyleOption *option, QPainter *painter, const QWidget *widget) const

    Draws the given \a element with the provided  \a painter with the
    style options specified by \a option.

    The \a widget argument is optional and can be used as aid in
    drawing the control. The \a option parameter is a pointer to a
    QStyleOption object that can be cast to the correct subclass
    using the qstyleoption_cast() function.

    The table below is listing the control elements and their
    associated style option subclass. The style options contain all
    the parameters required to draw the controls, including
    QStyleOption::state which holds the style flags that are used when
    drawing. The table also describes which flags that are set when
    casting the given option to the appropriate subclass.

    Note that if a control element is not listed here, it is because
    it uses a plain QStyleOption object.

    \table
    \header \o Control Element \o QStyleOption Subclass \o Style Flag \o Remark
    \row \o{1,5} \l CE_MenuItem, \l CE_MenuBarItem
         \o{1,5} \l QStyleOptionMenuItem
         \o \l State_Selected \o The menu item is currently selected item.
    \row \o \l State_Enabled \o The item is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_DownArrow \o Indicates that a scroll down arrow should be drawn.
    \row \o \l State_UpArrow \o Indicates that a scroll up arrow should be drawn
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the menu bar has input focus.

    \row \o{1,5} \l CE_PushButton, \l CE_PushButtonBevel, \l CE_PushButtonLabel
         \o{1,5} \l QStyleOptionButton
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the button is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the button has input focus.
    \row \o \l State_Raised \o Set if the button is not down, not on and not flat.
    \row \o \l State_On \o Set if the button is a toggle button and is toggled on.
    \row \o \l State_Sunken
         \o Set if the button is down (i.e., the mouse button or the
         space bar is pressed on the button).

    \row \o{1,6} \l CE_RadioButton, \l CE_RadioButtonLabel,
                 \l CE_CheckBox, \l CE_CheckBoxLabel
         \o{1,6} \l QStyleOptionButton
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the button is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the button has input focus.
    \row \o \l State_On \o Set if the button is checked.
    \row \o \l State_Off \o Set if the button is not checked.
    \row \o \l State_NoChange \o Set if the button is in the NoChange state.
    \row \o \l State_Sunken
         \o Set if the button is down (i.e., the mouse button or
         the space bar is pressed on the button).

   \row \o{1,2} \l CE_ProgressBarContents, \l CE_ProgressBarLabel,
                 \l CE_ProgressBarGroove
         \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionProgressBar
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the progress bar is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the progress bar has input focus.

    \row \o \l CE_Header, \l CE_HeaderSection, \l CE_HeaderLabel \o \l QStyleOptionHeader \o \o

    \row \o{1,3} \l CE_TabBarTab, CE_TabBarTabShape, CE_TabBarTabLabel
        \o{1,3} \l QStyleOptionTab
        \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the tab bar is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_Selected \o The tab bar is the currently selected tab bar.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the tab bar tab has input focus.

    \row \o{1,7} \l CE_ToolButtonLabel
         \o{1,7} \l QStyleOptionToolButton
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the tool button is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the tool button has input focus.
    \row \o \l State_Sunken
         \o Set if the tool button is down (i.e., a mouse button or
         the space bar is pressed).
    \row \o \l State_On \o Set if the tool button is a toggle button and is toggled on.
    \row \o \l State_AutoRaise \o Set if the tool button has auto-raise enabled.
    \row \o \l State_MouseOver \o Set if the mouse pointer is over the tool button.
    \row \o \l State_Raised \o Set if the button is not down and is not on.

    \row \o \l CE_ToolBoxTab \o \l QStyleOptionToolBox
         \o \l State_Selected \o The tab is the currently selected tab.
    \row \o{1,3} \l CE_HeaderSection \o{1,3} \l QStyleOptionHeader
         \o \l State_Sunken \o Indicates that the section is pressed.
    \row \o \l State_UpArrow \o Indicates that the sort indicator should be pointing up.
    \row \o \l State_DownArrow \o Indicates that the sort indicator should be pointing down.
    \endtable

    \sa drawPrimitive(), drawComplexControl()
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::SubElement

    This enum represents a sub-area of a widget. Style implementations
    use these areas to draw the different parts of a widget.

    \value SE_PushButtonContents  Area containing the label (icon
        with text or pixmap).
    \value SE_PushButtonFocusRect  Area for the focus rect (usually
        larger than the contents rect).
    \value SE_PushButtonLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_CheckBoxIndicator  Area for the state indicator (e.g., check mark).
    \value SE_CheckBoxContents  Area for the label (text or pixmap).
    \value SE_CheckBoxFocusRect  Area for the focus indicator.
    \value SE_CheckBoxClickRect  Clickable area, defaults to SE_CheckBoxFocusRect.
    \value SE_CheckBoxLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_DateTimeEditLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_RadioButtonIndicator  Area for the state indicator.
    \value SE_RadioButtonContents  Area for the label.
    \value SE_RadioButtonFocusRect  Area for the focus indicator.
    \value SE_RadioButtonClickRect  Clickable area, defaults to SE_RadioButtonFocusRect.
    \value SE_RadioButtonLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_ComboBoxFocusRect  Area for the focus indicator.

    \value SE_SliderFocusRect  Area for the focus indicator.
    \value SE_SliderLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_SpinBoxLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_Q3DockWindowHandleRect  Area for the tear-off handle.

    \value SE_ProgressBarGroove  Area for the groove.
    \value SE_ProgressBarContents  Area for the progress indicator.
    \value SE_ProgressBarLabel  Area for the text label.
    \value SE_ProgressBarLayoutItem Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonAccept
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonReject
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonApply
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonHelp
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonAll
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonRetry
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonAbort
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonIgnore
    \omitvalue SE_DialogButtonCustom

    \value SE_FrameContents  Area for a frame's contents.
    \value SE_FrameLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_HeaderArrow Area for the sort indicator for a header.
    \value SE_HeaderLabel Area for the label in a header.

    \value SE_LabelLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_LineEditContents  Area for a line edit's contents.

    \value SE_TabWidgetLeftCorner Area for the left corner widget in a tab widget.
    \value SE_TabWidgetRightCorner Area for the right corner widget in a tab widget.
    \value SE_TabWidgetTabBar Area for the tab bar widget in a tab widget.
    \value SE_TabWidgetTabContents Area for the contents of the tab widget.
    \value SE_TabWidgetTabPane Area for the pane of a tab widget.
    \value SE_TabWidgetLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_ToolBoxTabContents  Area for a toolbox tab's icon and label.

    \value SE_ToolButtonLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_ViewItemCheckIndicator Area for a view item's check mark.

    \value SE_TabBarTearIndicator Area for the tear indicator on a tab bar with scroll arrows.

    \value SE_TreeViewDisclosureItem Area for the actual disclosure item in a tree branch.

    \value SE_DialogButtonBoxLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_GroupBoxLayoutItem  Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \value SE_CustomBase  Base value for custom sub-elements.
    Custom values must be greater than this value.

    \value SE_DockWidgetFloatButton The float button of a dock
                                    widget.
    \value SE_DockWidgetTitleBarText The text bounds of the dock
                                     widgets title.
    \value SE_DockWidgetCloseButton The close button of a dock
                                    widget.
    \value SE_DockWidgetIcon The icon of a dock widget.
    \value SE_ComboBoxLayoutItem Area that counts for the parent layout.

    \sa subElementRect()
*/

/*!
    \fn QRect QStyle::subElementRect(SubElement element, const QStyleOption *option, const QWidget *widget) const

    Returns the sub-area for the given \a element as described in the
    provided style \a option. The returned rectangle is defined in
    screen coordinates.

    The \a widget argument is optional and can be used to aid
    determining the area. The QStyleOption object can be cast to the
    appropriate type using the qstyleoption_cast() function. See the
    table below for the appropriate \a option casts:

    \table
    \header \o Sub Element \o QStyleOption Subclass
    \row \o \l SE_PushButtonContents   \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_PushButtonFocusRect  \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_CheckBoxIndicator    \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_CheckBoxContents     \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_CheckBoxFocusRect    \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_RadioButtonIndicator \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_RadioButtonContents  \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_RadioButtonFocusRect \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l SE_ComboBoxFocusRect    \o \l QStyleOptionComboBox
    \row \o \l SE_Q3DockWindowHandleRect \o \l QStyleOptionQ3DockWindow
    \row \o \l SE_ProgressBarGroove    \o \l QStyleOptionProgressBar
    \row \o \l SE_ProgressBarContents  \o \l QStyleOptionProgressBar
    \row \o \l SE_ProgressBarLabel     \o \l QStyleOptionProgressBar
    \endtable
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::ComplexControl

    This enum describes the available complex controls. Complex
    controls have different behavior depending upon where the user
    clicks on them or which keys are pressed.

    \value CC_SpinBox           A spinbox, like QSpinBox.
    \value CC_ComboBox          A combobox, like QComboBox.
    \value CC_ScrollBar         A scroll bar, like QScrollBar.
    \value CC_Slider            A slider, like QSlider.
    \value CC_ToolButton        A tool button, like QToolButton.
    \value CC_TitleBar          A Title bar, like those used in QWorkspace.
    \value CC_Q3ListView        Used for drawing the Q3ListView class.
    \value CC_GroupBox          A group box, like QGroupBox.
    \value CC_Dial              A dial, like QDial.
    \value CC_MdiControls       The minimize, close, and normal
                                button in the menu bar for a
                                maximized MDI subwindow.

    \value CC_CustomBase Base value for custom complex controls. Custom
    values must be greater than this value.

    \sa SubControl drawComplexControl()
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::SubControl

    This enum describes the available sub controls. A subcontrol is a
    control element within a complex control (ComplexControl).

    \value SC_None  Special value that matches no other sub control.

    \value SC_ScrollBarAddLine  Scroll bar add line (i.e., down/right
        arrow); see also QScrollBar.
    \value SC_ScrollBarSubLine  Scroll bar sub line (i.e., up/left arrow).
    \value SC_ScrollBarAddPage  Scroll bar add page (i.e., page down).
    \value SC_ScrollBarSubPage  Scroll bar sub page (i.e., page up).
    \value SC_ScrollBarFirst  Scroll bar first line (i.e., home).
    \value SC_ScrollBarLast  Scroll bar last line (i.e., end).
    \value SC_ScrollBarSlider  Scroll bar slider handle.
    \value SC_ScrollBarGroove  Special sub-control which contains the
        area in which the slider handle may move.

    \value SC_SpinBoxUp  Spin widget up/increase; see also QSpinBox.
    \value SC_SpinBoxDown  Spin widget down/decrease.
    \value SC_SpinBoxFrame  Spin widget frame.
    \value SC_SpinBoxEditField  Spin widget edit field.

    \value SC_ComboBoxEditField  Combobox edit field; see also QComboBox.
    \value SC_ComboBoxArrow  Combobox arrow button.
    \value SC_ComboBoxFrame  Combobox frame.
    \value SC_ComboBoxListBoxPopup  The reference rectangle for the combobox popup.
        Used to calculate the position of the popup.

    \value SC_SliderGroove  Special sub-control which contains the area
        in which the slider handle may move.
    \value SC_SliderHandle  Slider handle.
    \value SC_SliderTickmarks  Slider tickmarks.

    \value SC_ToolButton  Tool button (see also QToolButton).
    \value SC_ToolButtonMenu  Sub-control for opening a popup menu in a
        tool button; see also Q3PopupMenu.

    \value SC_TitleBarSysMenu  System menu button (i.e., restore, close, etc.).
    \value SC_TitleBarMinButton  Minimize button.
    \value SC_TitleBarMaxButton  Maximize button.
    \value SC_TitleBarCloseButton  Close button.
    \value SC_TitleBarLabel  Window title label.
    \value SC_TitleBarNormalButton  Normal (restore) button.
    \value SC_TitleBarShadeButton  Shade button.
    \value SC_TitleBarUnshadeButton  Unshade button.
    \value SC_TitleBarContextHelpButton Context Help button.

    \value SC_Q3ListView  The list view area.
    \value SC_Q3ListViewExpand  Expand item (i.e., show/hide child items).

    \value SC_DialHandle The handle of the dial (i.e. what you use to control the dial).
    \value SC_DialGroove The groove for the dial.
    \value SC_DialTickmarks The tickmarks for the dial.

    \value SC_GroupBoxFrame The frame of a group box.
    \value SC_GroupBoxLabel The title of a group box.
    \value SC_GroupBoxCheckBox The optional check box of a group box.
    \value SC_GroupBoxContents The group box contents.

    \value SC_MdiNormalButton The normal button for a MDI
                              subwindow in the menu bar.
    \value SC_MdiMinButton The minimize button for a MDI
                           subwindow in the menu bar.
    \value SC_MdiCloseButton The close button for a MDI subwindow
                             in the menu bar.

    \value SC_All  Special value that matches all sub-controls.
    \omitvalue SC_Q3ListViewBranch

    \sa ComplexControl
*/

/*!
    \fn void QStyle::drawComplexControl(ComplexControl control, const QStyleOptionComplex *option, QPainter *painter, const QWidget *widget) const

    Draws the given \a control using the provided \a painter with the
    style options specified by \a option.

    The \a widget argument is optional and can be used as aid in
    drawing the control.

    The \a option parameter is a pointer to a QStyleOptionComplex
    object that can be cast to the correct subclass using the
    qstyleoption_cast() function. Note that the \c rect member of the
    specified \a option must be in logical
    coordinates. Reimplementations of this function should use
    visualRect() to change the logical coordinates into screen
    coordinates before calling the drawPrimitive() or drawControl()
    function.

    The table below is listing the complex control elements and their
    associated style option subclass. The style options contain all
    the parameters required to draw the controls, including
    QStyleOption::state which holds the \l {QStyle::StateFlag}{style
    flags} that are used when drawing. The table also describes which
    flags that are set when casting the given \a option to the
    appropriate subclass.

    \table
    \header \o Complex Control \o QStyleOptionComplex Subclass \o Style Flag \o Remark
    \row \o{1,2} \l{CC_SpinBox} \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionSpinBox
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the spin box is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the spin box has input focus.

    \row \o{1,2} \l {CC_ComboBox} \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionComboBox
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the combobox is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the combobox has input focus.

    \row \o{1,2} \l {CC_ScrollBar} \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionSlider
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the scroll bar is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the scroll bar has input focus.

    \row \o{1,2} \l {CC_Slider} \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionSlider
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the slider is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the slider has input focus.

    \row \o{1,2} \l {CC_Dial} \o{1,2} \l QStyleOptionSlider
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the dial is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the dial has input focus.

    \row \o{1,6} \l {CC_ToolButton} \o{1,6} \l QStyleOptionToolButton
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the tool button is enabled.
    \row \o \l State_HasFocus \o Set if the tool button has input focus.
    \row \o \l State_DownArrow \o Set if the tool button is down (i.e., a mouse
        button or the space bar is pressed).
    \row \o \l State_On \o Set if the tool button is a toggle button
        and is toggled on.
    \row \o \l State_AutoRaise \o Set if the tool button has auto-raise enabled.
    \row \o \l State_Raised \o Set if the button is not down, not on, and doesn't
        contain the mouse when auto-raise is enabled.

    \row \o \l{CC_TitleBar} \o \l QStyleOptionTitleBar
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the title bar is enabled.

    \row \o \l{CC_Q3ListView} \o \l QStyleOptionQ3ListView
         \o \l State_Enabled \o Set if the list view is enabled.

    \endtable

    \sa drawPrimitive(), drawControl()
*/


/*!
    \fn QRect QStyle::subControlRect(ComplexControl control,
        const QStyleOptionComplex *option, SubControl subControl,
        const QWidget *widget) const = 0

    Returns the rectangle containing the specified \a subControl of
    the given complex \a control (with the style specified by \a
    option). The rectangle is defined in screen coordinates.

    The \a option argument is a pointer to QStyleOptionComplex or
    one of its subclasses, and can be cast to the appropriate type
    using the qstyleoption_cast() function. See drawComplexControl()
    for details. The \a widget is optional and can contain additional
    information for the function.

    \sa drawComplexControl()
*/

/*!
    \fn QStyle::SubControl QStyle::hitTestComplexControl(ComplexControl control,
        const QStyleOptionComplex *option, const QPoint &position,
        const QWidget *widget) const = 0

    Returns the sub control at the given \a position in the given
    complex \a control (with the style options specified by \a
    option).

    Note that the \a position is expressed in screen coordinates.

    The \a option argument is a pointer to a QStyleOptionComplex
    object (or one of its subclasses). The object can be cast to the
    appropriate type using the qstyleoption_cast() function. See
    drawComplexControl() for details. The \a widget argument is
    optional and can contain additional information for the function.

    \sa drawComplexControl(), subControlRect()
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::PixelMetric

    This enum describes the various available pixel metrics. A pixel
    metric is a style dependent size represented by a single pixel
    value.

    \value PM_ButtonMargin  Amount of whitespace between push button
        labels and the frame.
    \value PM_DockWidgetTitleBarButtonMargin Amount of whitespace between dock widget's
        title bar button labels and the frame.
    \value PM_ButtonDefaultIndicator  Width of the default-button indicator frame.
    \value PM_MenuButtonIndicator  Width of the menu button indicator
        proportional to the widget height.
    \value PM_ButtonShiftHorizontal  Horizontal contents shift of a
        button when the button is down.
    \value PM_ButtonShiftVertical  Vertical contents shift of a button when the
        button is down.

    \value PM_DefaultFrameWidth  Default frame width (usually 2).
    \value PM_SpinBoxFrameWidth  Frame width of a spin box, defaults to PM_DefaultFrameWidth.
    \value PM_ComboBoxFrameWidth Frame width of a combo box, defaults to PM_DefaultFrameWidth.

    \value PM_MDIFrameWidth  Obsolete. Use PM_MdiSubWindowFrameWidth instead.
    \value PM_MdiSubWindowFrameWidth  Frame width of an MDI window.
    \value PM_MDIMinimizedWidth  Obsolete. Use PM_MdiSubWindowMinimizedWidth instead.
    \value PM_MdiSubWindowMinimizedWidth  Width of a minimized MDI window.

    \value PM_LayoutLeftMargin  Default \l{QLayout::setContentsMargins()}{left margin} for a
                                QLayout.
    \value PM_LayoutTopMargin  Default \l{QLayout::setContentsMargins()}{top margin} for a QLayout.
    \value PM_LayoutRightMargin  Default \l{QLayout::setContentsMargins()}{right margin} for a
                                 QLayout.
    \value PM_LayoutBottomMargin  Default \l{QLayout::setContentsMargins()}{bottom margin} for a
                                  QLayout.
    \value PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing  Default \l{QLayout::spacing}{horizontal spacing} for a
                                       QLayout.
    \value PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing  Default \l{QLayout::spacing}{vertical spacing} for a QLayout.

    \value PM_MaximumDragDistance The maximum allowed distance between
    the mouse and a slider when dragging. Exceeding the specified
    distance will cause the slider to jump back to the original
    position; a value of -1 disables this behavior.

    \value PM_ScrollBarExtent  Width of a vertical scroll bar and the
        height of a horizontal scroll bar.
    \value PM_ScrollBarSliderMin  The minimum height of a vertical
        scroll bar's slider and the minimum width of a horizontal
        scroll bar's slider.

    \value PM_SliderThickness  Total slider thickness.
    \value PM_SliderControlThickness  Thickness of the slider handle.
    \value PM_SliderLength  Length of the slider.
    \value PM_SliderTickmarkOffset  The offset between the tickmarks
        and the slider.
    \value PM_SliderSpaceAvailable  The available space for the slider to move.

    \value PM_DockWidgetSeparatorExtent  Width of a separator in a
        horizontal dock window and the height of a separator in a
        vertical dock window.
    \value PM_DockWidgetHandleExtent  Width of the handle in a
        horizontal dock window and the height of the handle in a
        vertical dock window.
    \value PM_DockWidgetFrameWidth  Frame width of a dock window.
    \value PM_DockWidgetTitleMargin Margin of the dock window title.

    \value PM_MenuBarPanelWidth  Frame width of a menu bar, defaults to PM_DefaultFrameWidth.
    \value PM_MenuBarItemSpacing  Spacing between menu bar items.
    \value PM_MenuBarHMargin  Spacing between menu bar items and left/right of bar.
    \value PM_MenuBarVMargin  Spacing between menu bar items and top/bottom of bar.

    \value PM_ToolBarFrameWidth  Width of the frame around toolbars.
    \value PM_ToolBarHandleExtent Width of a toolbar handle in a
        horizontal toolbar and the height of the handle in a vertical toolbar.
    \value PM_ToolBarItemMargin  Spacing between the toolbar frame and the items.
    \value PM_ToolBarItemSpacing  Spacing between toolbar items.
    \value PM_ToolBarSeparatorExtent Width of a toolbar separator in a
        horizontal toolbar and the height of a separator in a vertical toolbar.
    \value PM_ToolBarExtensionExtent Width of a toolbar extension
         button in a horizontal toolbar and the height of the button in a
         vertical toolbar.

    \value PM_TabBarTabOverlap  Number of pixels the tabs should overlap.
        (Currently only used in styles, not inside of QTabBar)
    \value PM_TabBarTabHSpace  Extra space added to the tab width.
    \value PM_TabBarTabVSpace  Extra space added to the tab height.
    \value PM_TabBarBaseHeight  Height of the area between the tab bar
        and the tab pages.
    \value PM_TabBarBaseOverlap  Number of pixels the tab bar overlaps
        the tab bar base.
    \value PM_TabBarScrollButtonWidth
    \value PM_TabBarTabShiftHorizontal  Horizontal pixel shift when a
        tab is selected.
    \value PM_TabBarTabShiftVertical  Vertical pixel shift when a
        tab is selected.

    \value PM_ProgressBarChunkWidth  Width of a chunk in a progress bar indicator.

    \value PM_SplitterWidth  Width of a splitter.

    \value PM_TitleBarHeight  Height of the title bar.

    \value PM_IndicatorWidth  Width of a check box indicator.
    \value PM_IndicatorHeight  Height of a checkbox indicator.
    \value PM_ExclusiveIndicatorWidth  Width of a radio button indicator.
    \value PM_ExclusiveIndicatorHeight  Height of a radio button indicator.

    \value PM_MenuPanelWidth  Border width (applied on all sides) for a QMenu.
    \value PM_MenuHMargin  Additional border (used on left and right) for a QMenu.
    \value PM_MenuVMargin  Additional border (used for bottom and top) for a QMenu.
    \value PM_MenuScrollerHeight  Height of the scroller area in a QMenu.
    \value PM_MenuTearoffHeight  Height of a tear off area in a QMenu.
    \value PM_MenuDesktopFrameWidth The frame width for the menu on the desktop.

    \value PM_CheckListButtonSize  Area (width/height) of the
        checkbox/radio button in a Q3CheckListItem.
    \value PM_CheckListControllerSize  Area (width/height) of the
        controller in a Q3CheckListItem.

    \value PM_DialogButtonsSeparator  Distance between buttons in a dialog buttons widget.
    \value PM_DialogButtonsButtonWidth  Minimum width of a button in a dialog buttons widget.
    \value PM_DialogButtonsButtonHeight  Minimum height of a button in a dialog buttons widget.

    \value PM_HeaderMarkSize The size of the sort indicator in a header.
    \value PM_HeaderGripMargin The size of the resize grip in a header.
    \value PM_HeaderMargin The size of the margin between the sort indicator and the text.
    \value PM_SpinBoxSliderHeight The height of the optional spin box slider.

    \value PM_ToolBarIconSize Default tool bar icon size
    \value PM_SmallIconSize Default small icon size
    \value PM_LargeIconSize Default large icon size

    \value PM_FocusFrameHMargin Horizontal margin that the focus frame will outset the widget by.
    \value PM_FocusFrameVMargin Vertical margin that the focus frame will outset the widget by.
    \value PM_IconViewIconSize The default size for icons in an icon view.
    \value PM_ListViewIconSize The default size for icons in a list view.

    \value PM_ToolTipLabelFrameWidth The frame width for a tool tip label.
    \value PM_CheckBoxLabelSpacing The spacing between a check box indicator and its label.
    \value PM_RadioButtonLabelSpacing The spacing between a radio button indicator and its label.
    \value PM_TabBarIconSize The default icon size for a tab bar.
    \value PM_SizeGripSize The size of a size grip.
    \value PM_MessageBoxIconSize The size of the standard icons in a message box
    \value PM_ButtonIconSize The default size of button icons

    \value PM_CustomBase Base value for custom pixel metrics.  Custom
    values must be greater than this value.

    The following values are obsolete:

    \value PM_DefaultTopLevelMargin  Use PM_LayoutLeftMargin,
                                     PM_LayoutTopMargin,
                                     PM_LayoutRightMargin, and
                                     PM_LayoutBottomMargin instead.
    \value PM_DefaultChildMargin  Use PM_LayoutLeftMargin,
                                  PM_LayoutTopMargin,
                                  PM_LayoutRightMargin, and
                                  PM_LayoutBottomMargin instead.
    \value PM_DefaultLayoutSpacing  Use PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing
                                    and PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing
                                    instead.

    \sa pixelMetric()
*/

/*!
    \fn int QStyle::pixelMetric(PixelMetric metric, const QStyleOption *option, const QWidget *widget) const;

    Returns the value of the given pixel \a metric.

    The specified \a option and \a widget can be used for calculating
    the metric. In general, the \a widget argument is not used. The \a
    option can be cast to the appropriate type using the
    qstyleoption_cast() function. Note that the \a option may be zero
    even for PixelMetrics that can make use of it. See the table below
    for the appropriate \a option casts:

    \table
    \header \o Pixel Metric \o QStyleOption Subclass
    \row \o \l PM_SliderControlThickness \o \l QStyleOptionSlider
    \row \o \l PM_SliderLength           \o \l QStyleOptionSlider
    \row \o \l PM_SliderTickmarkOffset   \o \l QStyleOptionSlider
    \row \o \l PM_SliderSpaceAvailable   \o \l QStyleOptionSlider
    \row \o \l PM_ScrollBarExtent        \o \l QStyleOptionSlider
    \row \o \l PM_TabBarTabOverlap       \o \l QStyleOptionTab
    \row \o \l PM_TabBarTabHSpace        \o \l QStyleOptionTab
    \row \o \l PM_TabBarTabVSpace        \o \l QStyleOptionTab
    \row \o \l PM_TabBarBaseHeight       \o \l QStyleOptionTab
    \row \o \l PM_TabBarBaseOverlap      \o \l QStyleOptionTab
    \endtable

    Some pixel metrics are called from widgets and some are only called
    internally by the style. If the metric is not called by a widget, it is the
    discretion of the style author to make use of it.  For some styles, this
    may not be appropriate.
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::ContentsType

    This enum describes the available contents types. These are used to
    calculate sizes for the contents of various widgets.

    \value CT_CheckBox A check box, like QCheckBox.
    \value CT_ComboBox A combo box, like QComboBox.
    \omitvalue CT_DialogButtons
    \value CT_Q3DockWindow A Q3DockWindow.
    \value CT_HeaderSection A header section, like QHeader.
    \value CT_LineEdit A line edit, like QLineEdit.
    \value CT_Menu A menu, like QMenu.
    \value CT_Q3Header A Qt 3 header section, like Q3Header.
    \value CT_MenuBar A menu bar, like QMenuBar.
    \value CT_MenuBarItem A menu bar item, like the buttons in a QMenuBar.
    \value CT_MenuItem A menu item, like QMenuItem.
    \value CT_ProgressBar A progress bar, like QProgressBar.
    \value CT_PushButton A push button, like QPushButton.
    \value CT_RadioButton A radio button, like QRadioButton.
    \value CT_SizeGrip A size grip, like QSizeGrip.
    \value CT_Slider A slider, like QSlider.
    \value CT_ScrollBar A scroll bar, like QScrollBar.
    \value CT_SpinBox A spin box, like QSpinBox.
    \value CT_Splitter A splitter, like QSplitter.
    \value CT_TabBarTab A tab on a tab bar, like QTabBar.
    \value CT_TabWidget A tab widget, like QTabWidget.
    \value CT_ToolButton A tool button, like QToolButton.
    \value CT_GroupBox A group box, like QGroupBox.

    \value CT_CustomBase  Base value for custom contents types.
    Custom values must be greater than this value.

    \value CT_MdiControls The minimize, normal, and close button
                          in the menu bar for a maximized MDI
                          subwindow.

    \sa sizeFromContents()
*/

/*!
    \fn QSize QStyle::sizeFromContents(ContentsType type, const QStyleOption *option, \
                                       const QSize &contentsSize, const QWidget *widget) const

    Returns the size of the element described by the specified
    \a option and \a type, based on the provided \a contentsSize.

    The \a option argument is a pointer to a QStyleOption or one of
    its subclasses. The \a option can be cast to the appropriate type
    using the qstyleoption_cast() function. The \a widget is an
    optional argument and can contain extra information used for
    calculating the size.

    See the table below for the appropriate \a option casts:

    \table
    \header \o Contents Type    \o QStyleOption Subclass
    \row \o \l CT_PushButton   \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l CT_CheckBox     \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l CT_RadioButton  \o \l QStyleOptionButton
    \row \o \l CT_ToolButton   \o \l QStyleOptionToolButton
    \row \o \l CT_ComboBox     \o \l QStyleOptionComboBox
    \row \o \l CT_Splitter     \o \l QStyleOption
    \row \o \l CT_Q3DockWindow \o \l QStyleOptionQ3DockWindow
    \row \o \l CT_ProgressBar  \o \l QStyleOptionProgressBar
    \row \o \l CT_MenuItem     \o \l QStyleOptionMenuItem
    \endtable

    \sa ContentsType QStyleOption
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::StyleHint

    This enum describes the available style hints. A style hint is a general look
    and/or feel hint.

    \value SH_EtchDisabledText Disabled text is "etched" as it is on Windows.

    \value SH_DitherDisabledText Disabled text is dithered as it is on Motif.

    \value SH_GUIStyle The GUI style to use.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_ContextMenu Whether or not a scroll bar has a context menu.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_MiddleClickAbsolutePosition  A boolean value.
        If true, middle clicking on a scroll bar causes the slider to
        jump to that position. If false, middle clicking is
        ignored.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_LeftClickAbsolutePosition  A boolean value.
        If true, left clicking on a scroll bar causes the slider to
        jump to that position. If false, left clicking will
        behave as appropriate for each control.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_ScrollWhenPointerLeavesControl  A boolean
        value. If true, when clicking a scroll bar SubControl, holding
        the mouse button down and moving the pointer outside the
        SubControl, the scroll bar continues to scroll. If false, the
        scollbar stops scrolling when the pointer leaves the
        SubControl.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_RollBetweenButtons A boolean value.
        If true, when clicking a scroll bar button (SC_ScrollBarAddLine or
        SC_ScrollBarSubLine) and dragging over to the opposite button (rolling)
        will press the new button and release the old one. When it is false, the
        original button is released and nothing happens (like a push button).

    \value SH_TabBar_Alignment  The alignment for tabs in a
        QTabWidget. Possible values are Qt::AlignLeft,
        Qt::AlignCenter and Qt::AlignRight.

    \value SH_Header_ArrowAlignment The placement of the sorting
        indicator may appear in list or table headers. Possible values
        are Qt::Left or Qt::Right.

    \value SH_Slider_SnapToValue  Sliders snap to values while moving,
        as they do on Windows.

    \value SH_Slider_SloppyKeyEvents  Key presses handled in a sloppy
        manner, i.e., left on a vertical slider subtracts a line.

    \value SH_ProgressDialog_CenterCancelButton  Center button on
        progress dialogs, like Motif, otherwise right aligned.

    \value SH_ProgressDialog_TextLabelAlignment The alignment for text
    labels in progress dialogs; Qt::AlignCenter on Windows,
    Qt::AlignVCenter otherwise.

    \value SH_PrintDialog_RightAlignButtons  Right align buttons in
        the print dialog, as done on Windows.

    \value SH_MainWindow_SpaceBelowMenuBar One or two pixel space between
        the menu bar and the dockarea, as done on Windows.

    \value SH_FontDialog_SelectAssociatedText Select the text in the
        line edit, or when selecting an item from the listbox, or when
        the line edit receives focus, as done on Windows.

    \value SH_Menu_KeyboardSearch Typing causes a menu to be search
        for relevant items, otherwise only mnemnonic is considered.

    \value SH_Menu_AllowActiveAndDisabled  Allows disabled menu
        items to be active.

    \value SH_Menu_SpaceActivatesItem  Pressing the space bar activates
        the item, as done on Motif.

    \value SH_Menu_SubMenuPopupDelay  The number of milliseconds
        to wait before opening a submenu (256 on Windows, 96 on Motif).

    \value SH_Menu_Scrollable Whether popup menus must support scrolling.

    \value SH_Menu_SloppySubMenus Whether popupmenu's must support
        sloppy submenu; as implemented on Mac OS.

    \value SH_ScrollView_FrameOnlyAroundContents  Whether scrollviews
        draw their frame only around contents (like Motif), or around
        contents, scroll bars and corner widgets (like Windows).

    \value SH_MenuBar_AltKeyNavigation  Menu bars items are navigable
        by pressing Alt, followed by using the arrow keys to select
        the desired item.

    \value SH_ComboBox_ListMouseTracking  Mouse tracking in combobox
        drop-down lists.

    \value SH_Menu_MouseTracking  Mouse tracking in popup menus.

    \value SH_MenuBar_MouseTracking  Mouse tracking in menu bars.

    \value SH_Menu_FillScreenWithScroll Whether scrolling popups
       should fill the screen as they are scrolled.

    \value SH_Menu_SelectionWrap Whether popups should allow the selections
        to wrap, that is when selection should the next item be the first item.

    \value SH_ItemView_ChangeHighlightOnFocus  Gray out selected items
        when losing focus.

    \value SH_Widget_ShareActivation  Turn on sharing activation with
        floating modeless dialogs.

    \value SH_TabBar_SelectMouseType  Which type of mouse event should
        cause a tab to be selected.

    \value SH_Q3ListViewExpand_SelectMouseType  Which type of mouse event should
        cause a list view expansion to be selected.

    \value SH_TabBar_PreferNoArrows  Whether a tab bar should suggest a size
        to prevent scoll arrows.

    \value SH_ComboBox_Popup  Allows popups as a combobox drop-down
        menu.

    \value SH_Workspace_FillSpaceOnMaximize  The workspace should
        maximize the client area.

    \value SH_TitleBar_NoBorder  The title bar has no border.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_StopMouseOverSlider  Obsolete. Use
        SH_Slider_StopMouseOverSlider instead.

    \value SH_Slider_StopMouseOverSlider  Stops auto-repeat when
        the slider reaches the mouse position.

    \value SH_BlinkCursorWhenTextSelected  Whether cursor should blink
        when text is selected.

    \value SH_RichText_FullWidthSelection  Whether richtext selections
        should extend to the full width of the document.

    \value SH_GroupBox_TextLabelVerticalAlignment  How to vertically align a
        group box's text label.

    \value SH_GroupBox_TextLabelColor  How to paint a group box's text label.

    \value SH_DialogButtons_DefaultButton  Which button gets the
        default status in a dialog's button widget.

    \value SH_ToolBox_SelectedPageTitleBold  Boldness of the selected
    page title in a QToolBox.

    \value SH_LineEdit_PasswordCharacter  The Unicode character to be
    used for passwords.

    \value SH_Table_GridLineColor The RGB value of the grid for a table.

    \value SH_UnderlineShortcut  Whether shortcuts are underlined.

    \value SH_SpellCheckUnderlineStyle  A
        QTextCharFormat::UnderlineStyle value that specifies the way
        misspelled words should be underlined.

    \value SH_SpinBox_AnimateButton  Animate a click when up or down is
    pressed in a spin box.
    \value SH_SpinBox_KeyPressAutoRepeatRate  Auto-repeat interval for
    spinbox key presses.
    \value SH_SpinBox_ClickAutoRepeatRate  Auto-repeat interval for
    spinbox mouse clicks.
    \value SH_ToolTipLabel_Opacity  An integer indicating the opacity for
    the tip label, 0 is completely transparent, 255 is completely
    opaque.
    \value SH_DrawMenuBarSeparator  Indicates whether or not the menu bar draws separators.
    \value SH_TitleBar_ModifyNotification  Indicates if the title bar should show
    a '*' for windows that are modified.

    \value SH_Button_FocusPolicy The default focus policy for buttons.

    \value SH_CustomBase  Base value for custom style hints.
    Custom values must be greater than this value.

    \value SH_MenuBar_DismissOnSecondClick A boolean indicating if a menu in
    the menu bar should be dismissed when it is clicked on a second time. (Example:
    Clicking and releasing on the File Menu in a menu bar and then
    immediately clicking on the File Menu again.)

    \value SH_MessageBox_UseBorderForButtonSpacing A boolean indicating what the to
    use the border of the buttons (computed as half the button height) for the spacing
    of the button in a message box.

    \value SH_MessageBox_CenterButtons A boolean indicating whether the buttons in the
    message box should be centered or not (see QDialogButtonBox::setCentered()).

    \value SH_MessageBox_TextInteractionFlags A boolean indicating if
    the text in a message box should allow user interfactions (e.g.
    selection) or not.

    \value SH_TitleBar_AutoRaise A boolean indicating whether
    controls on a title bar ought to update when the mouse is over them.

    \value SH_ToolButton_PopupDelay An int indicating the popup delay in milliseconds
    for menus attached to tool buttons.

    \value SH_FocusFrame_Mask The mask of the focus frame.

    \value SH_RubberBand_Mask The mask of the rubber band.

    \value SH_WindowFrame_Mask The mask of the window frame.

    \value SH_SpinControls_DisableOnBounds Determines if the spin controls will shown
    as disabled when reaching the spin range boundary.

    \value SH_Dial_BackgroundRole Defines the style's preferred
    background role (as QPalette::ColorRole) for a dial widget.

    \value SH_ScrollBar_BackgroundMode The background mode for a scroll bar.

    \value SH_ComboBox_LayoutDirection The layout direction for the
    combo box.  By default it should be the same as indicated by the
    QStyleOption::direction variable.

    \value SH_ItemView_EllipsisLocation The location where ellipses should be
    added for item text that is too long to fit in an view item.

    \value SH_ItemView_ShowDecorationSelected When an item in an item
    view is selected, also highlight the branch or other decoration.

    \value SH_ItemView_ActivateItemOnSingleClick Emit the activated signal
    when the user single clicks on an item in an item in an item view.
    Otherwise the signal is emitted when the user double clicks on an item.

    \value SH_Slider_AbsoluteSetButtons Which mouse buttons cause a slider
    to set the value to the position clicked on.

    \value SH_Slider_PageSetButtons Which mouse buttons cause a slider
    to page step the value.

    \value SH_TabBar_ElideMode The default eliding style for a tab bar.

    \value SH_DialogButtonLayout  Controls how buttons are laid out in a QDialogButtonBox, returns a QDialogButtonBox::ButtonLayout enum.

    \value SH_WizardStyle Controls the look and feel of a QWizard. Returns a QWizard::WizardStyle enum.

    \value SH_ItemView_ArrowKeysNavigateIntoChildren Controls whether the tree view will select the first child when it is exapanded and the right arrow key is pressed.
    \value SH_ComboBox_PopupFrameStyle  The frame style used when drawing a combobox popup menu.

    \value SH_DialogButtonBox_ButtonsHaveIcons Indicates whether or not StandardButtons in QDialogButtonBox should have icons or not.
    \value SH_ItemView_MovementWithoutUpdatingSelection The item view is able to indicate a current item without changing the selection.
    \value SH_ToolTip_Mask The mask of a tool tip.

    \value SH_FocusFrame_AboveWidget The FocusFrame is stacked above the widget that it is "focusing on".

    \value SH_TextControl_FocusIndicatorTextCharFormat Specifies the text format used to highlight focused anchors in rich text
    documents displayed for example in QTextBrowser. The format has to be a QTextCharFormat returned in the variant of the
    QStyleHintReturnVariant return value. The QTextFormat::OutlinePen property is used for the outline and QTextFormat::BackgroundBrush
    for the background of the highlighted area.

    Used to fill any area not covered by the items.
    \omitvalue SH_UnderlineAccelerator
    \omitvalue SH_Menu_Mask

    \sa styleHint()
*/

/*!
    \fn int QStyle::styleHint(StyleHint hint, const QStyleOption *option, \
                              const QWidget *widget, QStyleHintReturn *returnData) const

    Returns an integer representing the specified style \a hint for
    the given \a widget described by the provided style \a option.

    Note that currently, the \a returnData and \a widget parameters
    are not used; they are provided for future enhancement. In
    addition, the \a option parameter is used only in case of the
    SH_ComboBox_Popup, SH_ComboBox_LayoutDirection, and
    SH_GroupBox_TextLabelColor style hints.
*/

/*!
    \enum QStyle::StandardPixmap

    This enum describes the available standard pixmaps. A standard pixmap is a pixmap that
    can follow some existing GUI style or guideline.

    \value SP_TitleBarMinButton  Minimize button on title bars (e.g.,
        in QWorkspace).
    \value SP_TitleBarMenuButton Menu button on a title bar.
    \value SP_TitleBarMaxButton  Maximize button on title bars.
    \value SP_TitleBarCloseButton  Close button on title bars.
    \value SP_TitleBarNormalButton  Normal (restore) button on title bars.
    \value SP_TitleBarShadeButton  Shade button on title bars.
    \value SP_TitleBarUnshadeButton  Unshade button on title bars.
    \value SP_TitleBarContextHelpButton The Context help button on title bars.
    \value SP_MessageBoxInformation  The "information" icon.
    \value SP_MessageBoxWarning  The "warning" icon.
    \value SP_MessageBoxCritical  The "critical" icon.
    \value SP_MessageBoxQuestion  The "question" icon.
    \value SP_DesktopIcon The "desktop" icon.
    \value SP_TrashIcon The "trash" icon.
    \value SP_ComputerIcon The "My computer" icon.
    \value SP_DriveFDIcon The floppy icon.
    \value SP_DriveHDIcon The harddrive icon.
    \value SP_DriveCDIcon The CD icon.
    \value SP_DriveDVDIcon The DVD icon.
    \value SP_DriveNetIcon The network icon.
    \value SP_DirHomeIcon The home directory icon.
    \value SP_DirOpenIcon The open directory icon.
    \value SP_DirClosedIcon The closed directory icon.
    \value SP_DirIcon The directory icon.
    \value SP_DirLinkIcon The link to directory icon.
    \value SP_FileIcon The file icon.
    \value SP_FileLinkIcon The link to file icon.
    \value SP_FileDialogStart The "start" icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogEnd The "end" icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogToParent The "parent directory" icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogNewFolder The "create new folder" icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogDetailedView The detailed view icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogInfoView The file info icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogContentsView The contents view icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogListView The list view icon in a file dialog.
    \value SP_FileDialogBack The back arrow in a file dialog.
    \value SP_DockWidgetCloseButton  Close button on dock windows (see also QDockWidget).
    \value SP_ToolBarHorizontalExtensionButton Extension button for horizontal toolbars.
    \value SP_ToolBarVerticalExtensionButton Extension button for vertical toolbars.
    \value SP_DialogOkButton Icon for a standard OK button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogCancelButton Icon for a standard Cancel button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogHelpButton Icon for a standard Help button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogOpenButton Icon for a standard Open button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogSaveButton Icon for a standard Save button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogCloseButton Icon for a standard Close button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogApplyButton Icon for a standard Apply button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogResetButton Icon for a standard Reset button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogDiscardButton Icon for a standard Discard button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogYesButton Icon for a standard Yes button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_DialogNoButton Icon for a standard No button in a QDialogButtonBox.
    \value SP_ArrowUp Icon arrow pointing up.
    \value SP_ArrowDown Icon arrow pointing down.
    \value SP_ArrowLeft Icon arrow pointing left.
    \value SP_ArrowRight Icon arrow pointing right.
    \value SP_ArrowBack Equivalent to SP_ArrowLeft when the current layout direction is Qt::LeftToRight, otherwise SP_ArrowRight.
    \value SP_ArrowForward Equivalent to SP_ArrowRight when the current layout direction is Qt::LeftToRight, otherwise SP_ArrowLeft.
    \value SP_CommandLink Icon used to indicate a Vista style command link glyph.
    \value SP_VistaShield Icon used to indicate UAC prompts on Windows Vista. This will return a null pixmap or icon on all other platforms.
    \value SP_CustomBase  Base value for custom standard pixmaps;
    custom values must be greater than this value.

    \sa standardPixmap() standardIcon()
*/

/*###
  \enum QStyle::IconMode

  This enum represents the effects performed on a pixmap to achieve a
  GUI style's perferred way of representing the image in different
  states.

  \value IM_Disabled  A disabled pixmap (drawn on disabled widgets)
  \value IM_Active  An active pixmap (drawn on active tool buttons and menu items)
  \value IM_CustomBase  Base value for custom PixmapTypes; custom
  values must be greater than this value

  \sa generatedIconPixmap()
*/

/*!
    \fn QPixmap QStyle::generatedIconPixmap(QIcon::Mode iconMode,
        const QPixmap &pixmap, const QStyleOption *option) const

    Returns a copy of the given \a pixmap, styled to conform to the
    specified \a iconMode and taking into account the palette
    specified by \a option.

    The \a option parameter can pass extra information, but
    it must contain a palette.

    Note that not all pixmaps will conform, in which case the returned
    pixmap is a plain copy.

    \sa QIcon
*/

/*!
    \fn QPixmap QStyle::standardPixmap(StandardPixmap standardPixmap, const QStyleOption *option, \
                                       const QWidget *widget) const

    \obsolete
    Returns a pixmap for the given \a standardPixmap.

    A standard pixmap is a pixmap that can follow some existing GUI
    style or guideline. The \a option argument can be used to pass
    extra information required when defining the appropriate
    pixmap. The \a widget argument is optional and can also be used to
    aid the determination of the pixmap.

    Developers calling standardPixmap() should instead call standardIcon()
    Developers who re-implemented standardPixmap() should instead re-implement
    the slot standardIconImplementation().

    \sa standardIcon()
*/


/*!
    \fn QRect QStyle::visualRect(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, const QRect &boundingRectangle, const QRect &logicalRectangle)

    Returns the given \a logicalRectangle converted to screen
    coordinates based on the specified \a direction. The \a
    boundingRectangle is used when performing the translation.

    This function is provided to support right-to-left desktops, and
    is typically used in implementations of the subControlRect()
    function.

    \sa QWidget::layoutDirection
*/
01911 QRect QStyle::visualRect(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, const QRect &boundingRect, const QRect &logicalRect)
{
    if (direction == Qt::LeftToRight)
        return logicalRect;
    QRect rect = logicalRect;
    rect.translate(2 * (boundingRect.right() - logicalRect.right()) +
                   logicalRect.width() - boundingRect.width(), 0);
    return rect;
}

/*!
    \fn QPoint QStyle::visualPos(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, const QRect &boundingRectangle, const QPoint &logicalPosition)

    Returns the given \a logicalPosition converted to screen
    coordinates based on the specified \a direction.  The \a
    boundingRectangle is used when performing the translation.

    \sa QWidget::layoutDirection
*/
01930 QPoint QStyle::visualPos(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, const QRect &boundingRect, const QPoint &logicalPos)
{
    if (direction == Qt::LeftToRight)
        return logicalPos;
    return QPoint(boundingRect.right() - logicalPos.x(), logicalPos.y());
}

/*!
     Returns a new rectangle of the specified \a size that is aligned to the given \a
     rectangle according to the specified \a alignment and \a direction.
 */
01941 QRect QStyle::alignedRect(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, Qt::Alignment alignment, const QSize &size, const QRect &rectangle)
{
    alignment = visualAlignment(direction, alignment);
    int x = rectangle.x();
    int y = rectangle.y();
    int w = size.width();
    int h = size.height();
    if ((alignment & Qt::AlignVCenter) == Qt::AlignVCenter)
        y += rectangle.size().height()/2 - h/2;
    else if ((alignment & Qt::AlignBottom) == Qt::AlignBottom)
        y += rectangle.size().height() - h;
    if ((alignment & Qt::AlignRight) == Qt::AlignRight)
        x += rectangle.size().width() - w;
    else if ((alignment & Qt::AlignHCenter) == Qt::AlignHCenter)
        x += rectangle.size().width()/2 - w/2;
    return QRect(x, y, w, h);
}

/*!
  Transforms an \a alignment of Qt::AlignLeft or Qt::AlignRight
  without Qt::AlignAbsolute into Qt::AlignLeft or Qt::AlignRight with
  Qt::AlignAbsolute according to the layout \a direction. The other
  alignment flags are left untouched.

  If no horizontal alignment was specified, the function returns the
  default alignment for the given layout \a direction.

  QWidget::layoutDirection
*/
01970 Qt::Alignment QStyle::visualAlignment(Qt::LayoutDirection direction, Qt::Alignment alignment)
{
    if (!(alignment & Qt::AlignHorizontal_Mask))
        alignment |= Qt::AlignLeft;
    if ((alignment & Qt::AlignAbsolute) == 0 && (alignment & (Qt::AlignLeft | Qt::AlignRight))) {
        if (direction == Qt::RightToLeft)
            alignment ^= (Qt::AlignLeft | Qt::AlignRight);
        alignment |= Qt::AlignAbsolute;
    }
    return alignment;
}

/*!
    Converts the given \a logicalValue to a pixel position. The \a min
    parameter maps to 0, \a max maps to \a span and other values are
    distributed evenly in-between.

    This function can handle the entire integer range without
    overflow, providing that \a span is less than 4096.

    By default, this function assumes that the maximum value is on the
    right for horizontal items and on the bottom for vertical items.
    Set the \a upsideDown parameter to true to reverse this behavior.

    \sa sliderValueFromPosition()
*/

01997 int QStyle::sliderPositionFromValue(int min, int max, int logicalValue, int span, bool upsideDown)
{
    if (span <= 0 || logicalValue < min || max <= min)
        return 0;
    if (logicalValue > max)
        return upsideDown ? span : min;

    uint range = max - min;
    uint p = upsideDown ? max - logicalValue : logicalValue - min;

    if (range > (uint)INT_MAX/4096) {
        const int scale = 4096*2;
        return ((p / scale) * span) / (range / scale);
        // ### the above line is probably not 100% correct
        // ### but fixing it isn't worth the extreme pain...
    } else if (range > (uint)span) {
        return (2 * p * span + range) / (2*range);
    } else {
        uint div = span / range;
        uint mod = span % range;
        return p * div + (2 * p * mod + range) / (2 * range);
    }
    // equiv. to (p * span) / range + 0.5
    // no overflow because of this implicit assumption:
    // span <= 4096
}

/*!
    \fn int QStyle::sliderValueFromPosition(int min, int max, int position, int span, bool upsideDown)

    Converts the given pixel \a position to a logical value. 0 maps to
    the \a min parameter, \a span maps to \a max and other values are
    distributed evenly in-between.

    This function can handle the entire integer range without
    overflow.

    By default, this function assumes that the maximum value is on the
    right for horizontal items and on the bottom for vertical
    items. Set the \a upsideDown parameter to true to reverse this
    behavior.

    \sa sliderPositionFromValue()
*/

02042 int QStyle::sliderValueFromPosition(int min, int max, int pos, int span, bool upsideDown)
{
    if (span <= 0 || pos <= 0)
        return upsideDown ? max : min;
    if (pos >= span)
        return upsideDown ? min : max;

    uint range = max - min;

    if ((uint)span > range) {
        int tmp = (2 * pos * range + span) / (2 * span);
        return upsideDown ? max - tmp : tmp + min;
    } else {
        uint div = range / span;
        uint mod = range % span;
        int tmp = pos * div + (2 * pos * mod + span) / (2 * span);
        return upsideDown ? max - tmp : tmp + min;
    }
    // equiv. to min + (pos*range)/span + 0.5
    // no overflow because of this implicit assumption:
    // pos <= span < sqrt(INT_MAX+0.0625)+0.25 ~ sqrt(INT_MAX)
}

/*### \fn void QStyle::drawItem(QPainter *p, const QRect &r,
                              int flags, const QColorGroup &colorgroup, bool enabled,
                              const QString &text, int len = -1,
                              const QColor *penColor = 0) const

    Use one of the drawItem() overloads that takes a QPalette instead
    of a QColorGroup.
*/

/*### \fn void QStyle::drawItem(QPainter *p, const QRect &r,
                              int flags, const QColorGroup colorgroup, bool enabled,
                              const QPixmap &pixmap,
                              const QColor *penColor = 0) const

    Use one of the drawItem() overloads that takes a QPalette instead
    of a QColorGroup.
*/

/*### \fn void QStyle::drawItem(QPainter *p, const QRect &r,
                          int flags, const QColorGroup colorgroup, bool enabled,
                          const QPixmap *pixmap,
                          const QString &text, int len = -1,
                          const QColor *penColor = 0) const

    Use one of the drawItem() overloads that takes a QPalette instead
    of a QColorGroup.
*/

/*!
     Returns the style's standard palette.

     Note that on systems that support system colors, the style's
     standard palette is not used.
 */
02099 QPalette QStyle::standardPalette() const
{
#ifdef Q_WS_X11
    QColor background;
    if (QX11Info::appDepth() > 8)
        background = QColor(0xd4, 0xd0, 0xc8); // win 2000 grey
    else
        background = QColor(192, 192, 192);
#else
    QColor background(0xd4, 0xd0, 0xc8); // win 2000 grey
#endif
    QColor light(background.lighter());
    QColor dark(background.darker());
    QColor mid(Qt::gray);
    QPalette palette(Qt::black, background, light, dark, mid, Qt::black, Qt::white);
    palette.setBrush(QPalette::Disabled, QPalette::WindowText, dark);
    palette.setBrush(QPalette::Disabled, QPalette::Text, dark);
    palette.setBrush(QPalette::Disabled, QPalette::ButtonText, dark);
    palette.setBrush(QPalette::Disabled, QPalette::Base, background);
    return palette;
}

/*!
    \since 4.1

    Returns an icon for the given \a standardIcon.

    The \a standardIcon is a standard pixmap which can follow some
    existing GUI style or guideline. The \a option argument can be
    used to pass extra information required when defining the
    appropriate icon. The \a widget argument is optional and can also
    be used to aid the determination of the icon.

    \warning Because of binary compatibility constraints, this
    function is not virtual.  If you want to provide your own icons in
    a QStyle subclass, reimplement the standardIconImplementation()
    slot in your subclass instead. The standardIcon() function will
    dynamically detect the slot and call it.

    \sa standardIconImplementation(), standardPixmap()
*/
02140 QIcon QStyle::standardIcon(StandardPixmap standardIcon, const QStyleOption *option,
                           const QWidget *widget) const
{
    QIcon result;
    // ### Qt 4.1: invokeMethod should accept const functions, to avoid this dirty cast
    QMetaObject::invokeMethod(const_cast<QStyle*>(this),
                              "standardIconImplementation", Qt::DirectConnection,
                              Q_RETURN_ARG(QIcon, result),
                              Q_ARG(StandardPixmap, standardIcon),
                              Q_ARG(const QStyleOption*, option),
                              Q_ARG(const QWidget*, widget));
    return result;
}

/*!
    \since 4.1

    Returns an icon for the given \a standardIcon.

    Reimplement this slot to provide your own icons in a QStyle
    subclass; because of binary compatibility constraints, the
    standardIcon() function (introduced in Qt 4.1) is not
    virtual. Instead, standardIcon() will dynamically detect and call
    \e this slot.  The default implementation simply calls the
    standardPixmap() function with the given parameters.

    The \a standardIcon is a standard pixmap which can follow some
    existing GUI style or guideline. The \a option argument can be
    used to pass extra information required when defining the
    appropriate icon. The \a widget argument is optional and can also
    be used to aid the determination of the icon.

    \sa standardIcon()
*/
02174 QIcon QStyle::standardIconImplementation(StandardPixmap standardIcon, const QStyleOption *option,
                                         const QWidget *widget) const
{
    return QIcon(standardPixmap(standardIcon, option, widget));
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Returns the spacing that should be used between \a control1 and
    \a control2 in a layout. \a orientation specifies whether the
    controls are laid out side by side or stacked vertically. The \a
    option parameter can be used to pass extra information about the
    parent widget. The \a widget parameter is optional and can also
    be used if \a option is 0.

    This function is called by the layout system. It is used only if
    PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing or PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing returns a
    negative value.

    For binary compatibility reasons, this function is not virtual.
    If you want to specify custom layout spacings in a QStyle
    subclass, implement a slot called layoutSpacingImplementation().
    QStyle will discover the slot at run-time (using Qt's
    \l{meta-object system}) and direct all calls to layoutSpacing()
    to layoutSpacingImplementation().

    \sa combinedLayoutSpacing(), layoutSpacingImplementation()
*/
02203 int QStyle::layoutSpacing(QSizePolicy::ControlType control1, QSizePolicy::ControlType control2,
                          Qt::Orientation orientation, const QStyleOption *option,
                          const QWidget *widget) const
{
    Q_D(const QStyle);
    if (d->layoutSpacingIndex == -1) {
        d->layoutSpacingIndex = metaObject()->indexOfMethod(
            "layoutSpacingImplementation(QSizePolicy::ControlType,QSizePolicy::ControlType,"
            "Qt::Orientation,const QStyleOption*,const QWidget*)"
            );
    }
    if (d->layoutSpacingIndex < 0)
        return -1;
    int result;
    void *param[] = {&result, &control1, &control2, &orientation, &option, &widget};

    const_cast<QStyle *>(this)->qt_metacall(QMetaObject::InvokeMetaMethod,
                                            d->layoutSpacingIndex, param);
    return result;
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    Returns the spacing that should be used between \a controls1 and
    \a controls2 in a layout. \a orientation specifies whether the
    controls are laid out side by side or stacked vertically. The \a
    option parameter can be used to pass extra information about the
    parent widget. The \a widget parameter is optional and can also
    be used if \a option is 0.

    \a controls1 and \a controls2 are OR-combination of zero or more
    \l{QSizePolicy::ControlTypes}{control types}.

    This function is called by the layout system. It is used only if
    PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing or PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing returns a
    negative value.

    \sa layoutSpacing(), layoutSpacingImplementation()
*/
02243 int QStyle::combinedLayoutSpacing(QSizePolicy::ControlTypes controls1,
                                  QSizePolicy::ControlTypes controls2, Qt::Orientation orientation,
                                  QStyleOption *option, QWidget *widget) const
{
    QSizePolicy::ControlType array1[MaxBits];
    QSizePolicy::ControlType array2[MaxBits];
    int count1 = unpackControlTypes(controls1, array1);
    int count2 = unpackControlTypes(controls2, array2);
    int result = -1;

    for (int i = 0; i < count1; ++i) {
        for (int j = 0; j < count2; ++j) {
            int spacing = layoutSpacing(array1[i], array2[j], orientation, option, widget);
            result = qMax(spacing, result);
        }
    }
    return result;
}

/*!
    \since 4.3

    This slot is called by layoutSpacing() to determine the spacing
    that should be used between \a control1 and \a control2 in a
    layout. \a orientation specifies whether the controls are laid
    out side by side or stacked vertically. The \a option parameter
    can be used to pass extra information about the parent widget.
    The \a widget parameter is optional and can also be used if \a
    option is 0.

    If you want to provide custom layout spacings in a QStyle
    subclass, implement a slot called layoutSpacingImplementation()
    in your subclass. Be aware that this slot will only be called if
    PM_LayoutHorizontalSpacing or PM_LayoutVerticalSpacing returns a
    negative value.

    The default implementation returns -1.

    \sa layoutSpacing(), combinedLayoutSpacing()
*/
02283 int QStyle::layoutSpacingImplementation(QSizePolicy::ControlType /* control1 */,
                                        QSizePolicy::ControlType /* control2 */,
                                        Qt::Orientation /*orientation*/,
                                        const QStyleOption * /* option */,
                                        const QWidget * /* widget */) const
{
    return -1;
}

#if !defined(QT_NO_DEBUG) && !defined(QT_NO_DEBUG_STREAM)
#include <QDebug>
QDebug operator<<(QDebug debug, QStyle::State state)
{
    debug << "QStyle::State(";

    QStringList states;
    if (state & QStyle::State_Active) states << QLatin1String("Active");
    if (state & QStyle::State_AutoRaise) states << QLatin1String("AutoRaise");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Bottom) states << QLatin1String("Bottom");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Children) states << QLatin1String("Children");
    if (state & QStyle::State_DownArrow) states << QLatin1String("DownArrow");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Editing) states << QLatin1String("Editing");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Enabled) states << QLatin1String("Enabled");
    if (state & QStyle::State_FocusAtBorder) states << QLatin1String("FocusAtBorder");
    if (state & QStyle::State_HasFocus) states << QLatin1String("HasFocus");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Horizontal) states << QLatin1String("Horizontal");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Item) states << QLatin1String("Item");
    if (state & QStyle::State_KeyboardFocusChange) states << QLatin1String("KeyboardFocusChange");
    if (state & QStyle::State_MouseOver) states << QLatin1String("MouseOver");
    if (state & QStyle::State_NoChange) states << QLatin1String("NoChange");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Off) states << QLatin1String("Off");
    if (state & QStyle::State_On) states << QLatin1String("On");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Open) states << QLatin1String("Open");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Raised) states << QLatin1String("Raised");
    if (state & QStyle::State_ReadOnly) states << QLatin1String("ReadOnly");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Selected) states << QLatin1String("Selected");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Sibling) states << QLatin1String("Sibling");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Sunken) states << QLatin1String("Sunken");
    if (state & QStyle::State_Top) states << QLatin1String("Top");
    if (state & QStyle::State_UpArrow) states << QLatin1String("UpArrow");

    qSort(states);
    debug << states.join(QLatin1String(" | "));
    debug << ")";
    return debug;
}
#endif

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