[texworks] Scripts: Exploration of TW objects
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 13:38:20 CET 2010
"Accessing Child QObjects
"Every named child of the QObject (that is, for which
QObject::objectName() is not an empty string) is by default available
as a property of the QtScript wrapper object. For example, if you have
a QDialog with a child widget whose objectName property is "okButton",
you can access this object in script code through the expression"
On 4 November 2010 22:52, Paul A Norman <paul.a.norman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Put this (the below) as a script, I called it tw_OBJECTS.js in a script folder.
> Refresh scripts.
> Position the cursor in a New blank document in Tw.
> And run the script.
> Does the result suggest that all the found children can in some way be
> slotted into and even **safely** called by QtScript?
> //Title: Experimental TW
> //Description: Exploration of TW objects
> //Author: Paul A. Norman
> //Version: 0.3
> //Date: 2010-11-04
> //Script-Type: standalone
> //Context: TeXDocument
> //Shortcut: Alt+T, Alt+W
> // TW.information(null, "", TW.app.findChildren());
> study = TW.target.findChildren() +'';
> study = study.replace(/,/g,",\n")
> //========== Results ===========
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