gtkmm  4.9.2
Classes
Event Controllers and Gestures

These classes handle input events. More...

Classes

class  Gtk::DragSource
 Event controller to initiate DND operations. More...
 
class  Gtk::DropControllerMotion
 Event controller for motion events during a drop. More...
 
class  Gtk::DropTarget
 Event controller to receive DND drops. More...
 
class  Gtk::DropTargetAsync
 Event controller to receive DND drops. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventController
 Self-contained handler of series of events. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventControllerFocus
 Event controller for focus. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventControllerKey
 Event controller for key events. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventControllerLegacy
 Event controller that provides raw access to the event stream. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventControllerMotion
 Event controller for motion events. More...
 
class  Gtk::EventControllerScroll
 Event controller for scroll events. More...
 
class  Gtk::Gesture
 Abstract base class for gestures. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureClick
 Multipress gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureDrag
 Drag gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureLongPress
 "Press and Hold" gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GesturePan
 Pan gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureRotate
 Rotate gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureSingle
 Abstract base class for mouse/single-touch gestures. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureStylus
 Gesture for stylus input. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureSwipe
 Swipe gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::GestureZoom
 Zoom gesture. More...
 
class  Gtk::PadController
 Event controller for drawing tablet pads. More...
 
class  Gtk::Shortcut
 An object describing a keyboard shortcut. More...
 
class  Gtk::ShortcutAction
 Tracking if shortcuts should be activated. More...
 
class  Gtk::ShortcutController
 Event controller for shortcuts. More...
 
class  Gtk::ShortcutTrigger
 Triggers to track if shortcuts should be activated. More...
 

Detailed Description

These classes handle input events.

Event controllers are standalone objects that can perform specific actions upon received Gdk::Events. These are tied to a Widget, and can be told of the event propagation phase at which they will manage the events.

Gestures are a set of specific controllers that are prepared to handle pointer and/or touch events. Each gestures implementation attempts to recognize specific actions out the received events, notifying of the state/progress accordingly to let the widget react to those. On multi-touch gestures, every interacting touch sequence will be tracked independently.

See The GTK Input Model for more information about input events and gestures.

Since gtkmm 3.14: