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authorLars Knoll <lars.knoll@nokia.com>2011-05-08 20:51:18 +0200
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+/****************************************************************************
+**
+** Copyright (C) 2011 Nokia Corporation and/or its subsidiary(-ies).
+** All rights reserved.
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+****************************************************************************/
+
+#include "qpalette.h"
+#include "qguiapplication.h"
+#include "qdatastream.h"
+#include "qvariant.h"
+
+QT_BEGIN_NAMESPACE
+
+static int qt_palette_count = 1;
+
+class QPalettePrivate {
+public:
+ QPalettePrivate() : ref(1), ser_no(qt_palette_count++), detach_no(0) { }
+ QAtomicInt ref;
+ QBrush br[QPalette::NColorGroups][QPalette::NColorRoles];
+ int ser_no;
+ int detach_no;
+};
+
+static QColor qt_mix_colors(QColor a, QColor b)
+{
+ return QColor((a.red() + b.red()) / 2, (a.green() + b.green()) / 2,
+ (a.blue() + b.blue()) / 2, (a.alpha() + b.alpha()) / 2);
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QColor &QPalette::color(ColorRole role) const
+
+ \overload
+
+ Returns the color that has been set for the given color \a role in
+ the current ColorGroup.
+
+ \sa brush() ColorRole
+ */
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush &QPalette::brush(ColorRole role) const
+
+ \overload
+
+ Returns the brush that has been set for the given color \a role in
+ the current ColorGroup.
+
+ \sa color() setBrush() ColorRole
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::setColor(ColorRole role, const QColor &color)
+
+ \overload
+
+ Sets the color used for the given color \a role, in all color
+ groups, to the specified solid \a color.
+
+ \sa brush() setColor() ColorRole
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::setBrush(ColorRole role, const QBrush &brush)
+
+ Sets the brush for the given color \a role to the specified \a
+ brush for all groups in the palette.
+
+ \sa brush() setColor() ColorRole
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::foreground() const
+ \obsolete
+
+ Use windowText() instead.
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::windowText() const
+
+ Returns the window text (general foreground) brush of the
+ current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::button() const
+
+ Returns the button brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::light() const
+
+ Returns the light brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush& QPalette::midlight() const
+
+ Returns the midlight brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::dark() const
+
+ Returns the dark brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::mid() const
+
+ Returns the mid brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::text() const
+
+ Returns the text foreground brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::brightText() const
+
+ Returns the bright text foreground brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::buttonText() const
+
+ Returns the button text foreground brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::base() const
+
+ Returns the base brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::alternateBase() const
+
+ Returns the alternate base brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::toolTipBase() const
+ \since 4.4
+
+ Returns the tool tip base brush of the current color group. This brush is
+ used by QToolTip and QWhatsThis.
+
+ \note Tool tips use the Inactive color group of QPalette, because tool
+ tips are not active windows.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::toolTipText() const
+ \since 4.4
+
+ Returns the tool tip text brush of the current color group. This brush is
+ used by QToolTip and QWhatsThis.
+
+ \note Tool tips use the Inactive color group of QPalette, because tool
+ tips are not active windows.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::background() const
+ \obsolete
+
+ Use window() instead.
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::window() const
+
+ Returns the window (general background) brush of the current
+ color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::shadow() const
+
+ Returns the shadow brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::highlight() const
+
+ Returns the highlight brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::highlightedText() const
+
+ Returns the highlighted text brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::link() const
+
+ Returns the unvisited link text brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush & QPalette::linkVisited() const
+
+ Returns the visited link text brush of the current color group.
+
+ \sa ColorRole brush()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn ColorGroup QPalette::currentColorGroup() const
+
+ Returns the palette's current color group.
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::setCurrentColorGroup(ColorGroup cg)
+
+ Set the palette's current color group to \a cg.
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \class QPalette
+
+ \brief The QPalette class contains color groups for each widget state.
+
+ \ingroup appearance
+ \ingroup shared
+ \ingroup painting
+
+
+ A palette consists of three color groups: \e Active, \e Disabled,
+ and \e Inactive. All widgets in Qt contain a palette and
+ use their palette to draw themselves. This makes the user
+ interface easily configurable and easier to keep consistent.
+
+
+ If you create a new widget we strongly recommend that you use the
+ colors in the palette rather than hard-coding specific colors.
+
+ The color groups:
+ \list
+ \i The Active group is used for the window that has keyboard focus.
+ \i The Inactive group is used for other windows.
+ \i The Disabled group is used for widgets (not windows) that are
+ disabled for some reason.
+ \endlist
+
+ Both active and inactive windows can contain disabled widgets.
+ (Disabled widgets are often called \e inaccessible or \e{grayed
+ out}.)
+
+ In most styles, Active and Inactive look the same.
+
+ Colors and brushes can be set for particular roles in any of a palette's
+ color groups with setColor() and setBrush(). A color group contains a
+ group of colors used by widgets for drawing themselves. We recommend that
+ widgets use color group roles from the palette such as "foreground" and
+ "base" rather than literal colors like "red" or "turquoise". The color
+ roles are enumerated and defined in the \l ColorRole documentation.
+
+ We strongly recommend that you use the default palette of the
+ current style (returned by QGuiApplication::palette()) and
+ modify that as necessary. This is done by Qt's widgets when they
+ are drawn.
+
+ To modify a color group you call the functions
+ setColor() and setBrush(), depending on whether you want a pure
+ color or a pixmap pattern.
+
+ There are also corresponding color() and brush() getters, and a
+ commonly used convenience function to get the ColorRole for the current ColorGroup:
+ window(), windowText(), base(), etc.
+
+
+ You can copy a palette using the copy constructor and test to see
+ if two palettes are \e identical using isCopyOf().
+
+ QPalette is optimized by the use of \l{implicit sharing},
+ so it is very efficient to pass QPalette objects as arguments.
+
+ \warning Some styles do not use the palette for all drawing, for
+ instance, if they make use of native theme engines. This is the
+ case for both the Windows XP, Windows Vista, and the Mac OS X
+ styles.
+
+ \sa QApplication::setPalette(), QWidget::setPalette(), QColor
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \enum QPalette::ColorGroup
+
+ \value Disabled
+ \value Active
+ \value Inactive
+ \value Normal synonym for Active
+
+ \omitvalue All
+ \omitvalue NColorGroups
+ \omitvalue Current
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \enum QPalette::ColorRole
+
+ \img palette.png Color Roles
+
+ The ColorRole enum defines the different symbolic color roles used
+ in current GUIs.
+
+ The central roles are:
+
+ \value Window A general background color.
+
+ \value Background This value is obsolete. Use Window instead.
+
+ \value WindowText A general foreground color.
+
+ \value Foreground This value is obsolete. Use WindowText instead.
+
+ \value Base Used mostly as the background color for text entry widgets,
+ but can also be used for other painting - such as the
+ background of combobox drop down lists and toolbar handles.
+ It is usually white or another light color.
+
+ \value AlternateBase Used as the alternate background color in views with
+ alternating row colors (see
+ QAbstractItemView::setAlternatingRowColors()).
+
+ \value ToolTipBase Used as the background color for QToolTip and
+ QWhatsThis. Tool tips use the Inactive color group
+ of QPalette, because tool tips are not active
+ windows.
+
+ \value ToolTipText Used as the foreground color for QToolTip and
+ QWhatsThis. Tool tips use the Inactive color group
+ of QPalette, because tool tips are not active
+ windows.
+
+ \value Text The foreground color used with \c Base. This is usually
+ the same as the \c WindowText, in which case it must provide
+ good contrast with \c Window and \c Base.
+
+ \value Button The general button background color. This background can be different from
+ \c Window as some styles require a different background color for buttons.
+
+ \value ButtonText A foreground color used with the \c Button color.
+
+ \value BrightText A text color that is very different from
+ \c WindowText, and contrasts well with e.g. \c
+ Dark. Typically used for text that needs to be
+ drawn where \c Text or \c WindowText would give
+ poor contrast, such as on pressed push buttons.
+ Note that text colors can be used for things
+ other than just words; text colors are \e
+ usually used for text, but it's quite common to
+ use the text color roles for lines, icons, etc.
+
+
+ There are some color roles used mostly for 3D bevel and shadow effects.
+ All of these are normally derived from \c Window, and used in ways that
+ depend on that relationship. For example, buttons depend on it to make the
+ bevels look attractive, and Motif scroll bars depend on \c Mid to be
+ slightly different from \c Window.
+
+ \value Light Lighter than \c Button color.
+
+ \value Midlight Between \c Button and \c Light.
+
+ \value Dark Darker than \c Button.
+
+ \value Mid Between \c Button and \c Dark.
+
+ \value Shadow A very dark color. By default, the shadow color is
+ Qt::black.
+
+
+ Selected (marked) items have two roles:
+
+ \value Highlight A color to indicate a selected item or the current
+ item. By default, the highlight color is
+ Qt::darkBlue.
+
+ \value HighlightedText A text color that contrasts with \c Highlight.
+ By default, the highlighted text color is Qt::white.
+
+ There are two color roles related to hyperlinks:
+
+ \value Link A text color used for unvisited hyperlinks.
+ By default, the link color is Qt::blue.
+
+ \value LinkVisited A text color used for already visited hyperlinks.
+ By default, the linkvisited color is Qt::magenta.
+
+ Note that we do not use the \c Link and \c LinkVisited roles when
+ rendering rich text in Qt, and that we recommend that you use CSS
+ and the QTextDocument::setDefaultStyleSheet() function to alter
+ the appearance of links. For example:
+
+ \snippet doc/src/snippets/textdocument-css/main.cpp 0
+
+ \value NoRole No role; this special role is often used to indicate that a
+ role has not been assigned.
+
+ \omitvalue NColorRoles
+*/
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a palette object that uses the application's default palette.
+
+ \sa QApplication::setPalette(), QApplication::palette()
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette()
+ : d(QGuiApplication::palette().d),
+ current_group(Active),
+ resolve_mask(0)
+{
+ d->ref.ref();
+}
+
+static void qt_palette_from_color(QPalette &pal, const QColor & button)
+{
+ QColor bg = button,
+ btn = button,
+ fg, base;
+ int h, s, v;
+ bg.getHsv(&h, &s, &v);
+ if(v > 128) {
+ fg = Qt::black;
+ base = Qt::white;
+ } else {
+ fg = Qt::white;
+ base = Qt::black;
+ }
+ //inactive and active are the same..
+ pal.setColorGroup(QPalette::Active, QBrush(fg), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)),
+ QBrush(btn.darker()), QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(fg), QBrush(Qt::white),
+ QBrush(base), QBrush(bg));
+ pal.setColorGroup(QPalette::Inactive, QBrush(fg), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)),
+ QBrush(btn.darker()), QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(fg), QBrush(Qt::white),
+ QBrush(base), QBrush(bg));
+ pal.setColorGroup(QPalette::Disabled, QBrush(btn.darker()), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)),
+ QBrush(btn.darker()), QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(btn.darker()),
+ QBrush(Qt::white), QBrush(bg), QBrush(bg));
+}
+
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a palette from the \a button color. The other colors are
+ automatically calculated, based on this color. \c Window will be
+ the button color as well.
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(const QColor &button)
+{
+ init();
+ qt_palette_from_color(*this, button);
+}
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a palette from the \a button color. The other colors are
+ automatically calculated, based on this color. \c Window will be
+ the button color as well.
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(Qt::GlobalColor button)
+{
+ init();
+ qt_palette_from_color(*this, button);
+}
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a palette. You can pass either brushes, pixmaps or
+ plain colors for \a windowText, \a button, \a light, \a dark, \a
+ mid, \a text, \a bright_text, \a base and \a window.
+
+ \sa QBrush
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(const QBrush &windowText, const QBrush &button,
+ const QBrush &light, const QBrush &dark,
+ const QBrush &mid, const QBrush &text,
+ const QBrush &bright_text, const QBrush &base,
+ const QBrush &window)
+{
+ init();
+ setColorGroup(All, windowText, button, light, dark, mid, text, bright_text,
+ base, window);
+}
+
+
+/*!\obsolete
+
+ Constructs a palette with the specified \a windowText, \a
+ window, \a light, \a dark, \a mid, \a text, and \a base colors.
+ The button color will be set to the window color.
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(const QColor &windowText, const QColor &window,
+ const QColor &light, const QColor &dark, const QColor &mid,
+ const QColor &text, const QColor &base)
+{
+ init();
+ setColorGroup(All, QBrush(windowText), QBrush(window), QBrush(light),
+ QBrush(dark), QBrush(mid), QBrush(text), QBrush(light),
+ QBrush(base), QBrush(window));
+}
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a palette from a \a button color and a \a window.
+ The other colors are automatically calculated, based on these
+ colors.
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(const QColor &button, const QColor &window)
+{
+ init();
+ QColor bg = window, btn = button, fg, base, disfg;
+ int h, s, v;
+ bg.getHsv(&h, &s, &v);
+ if(v > 128) {
+ fg = Qt::black;
+ base = Qt::white;
+ disfg = Qt::darkGray;
+ } else {
+ fg = Qt::white;
+ base = Qt::black;
+ disfg = Qt::darkGray;
+ }
+ //inactive and active are identical
+ setColorGroup(Inactive, QBrush(fg), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)), QBrush(btn.darker()),
+ QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(fg), QBrush(Qt::white), QBrush(base),
+ QBrush(bg));
+ setColorGroup(Active, QBrush(fg), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)), QBrush(btn.darker()),
+ QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(fg), QBrush(Qt::white), QBrush(base),
+ QBrush(bg));
+ setColorGroup(Disabled, QBrush(disfg), QBrush(btn), QBrush(btn.lighter(150)),
+ QBrush(btn.darker()), QBrush(btn.darker(150)), QBrush(disfg),
+ QBrush(Qt::white), QBrush(base), QBrush(bg));
+}
+
+/*!
+ Constructs a copy of \a p.
+
+ This constructor is fast thanks to \l{implicit sharing}.
+*/
+QPalette::QPalette(const QPalette &p)
+{
+ d = p.d;
+ d->ref.ref();
+ resolve_mask = p.resolve_mask;
+ current_group = p.current_group;
+}
+
+/*!
+ Destroys the palette.
+*/
+QPalette::~QPalette()
+{
+ if(!d->ref.deref())
+ delete d;
+}
+
+/*!\internal*/
+void QPalette::init() {
+ d = new QPalettePrivate;
+ resolve_mask = 0;
+ current_group = Active; //as a default..
+}
+
+/*!
+ Assigns \a p to this palette and returns a reference to this
+ palette.
+
+ This operation is fast thanks to \l{implicit sharing}.
+*/
+QPalette &QPalette::operator=(const QPalette &p)
+{
+ p.d->ref.ref();
+ resolve_mask = p.resolve_mask;
+ current_group = p.current_group;
+ if(!d->ref.deref())
+ delete d;
+ d = p.d;
+ return *this;
+}
+
+/*!
+ Returns the palette as a QVariant
+*/
+QPalette::operator QVariant() const
+{
+ return QVariant(QVariant::Palette, this);
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QColor &QPalette::color(ColorGroup group, ColorRole role) const
+
+ Returns the color in the specified color \a group, used for the
+ given color \a role.
+
+ \sa brush() setColor() ColorRole
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn const QBrush &QPalette::brush(ColorGroup group, ColorRole role) const
+
+ Returns the brush in the specified color \a group, used for the
+ given color \a role.
+
+ \sa color() setBrush() ColorRole
+*/
+const QBrush &QPalette::brush(ColorGroup gr, ColorRole cr) const
+{
+ Q_ASSERT(cr < NColorRoles);
+ if(gr >= (int)NColorGroups) {
+ if(gr == Current) {
+ gr = (ColorGroup)current_group;
+ } else {
+ qWarning("QPalette::brush: Unknown ColorGroup: %d", (int)gr);
+ gr = Active;
+ }
+ }
+ return d->br[gr][cr];
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::setColor(ColorGroup group, ColorRole role, const QColor &color)
+
+ Sets the color in the specified color \a group, used for the given
+ color \a role, to the specified solid \a color.
+
+ \sa setBrush() color() ColorRole
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::setBrush(ColorGroup group, ColorRole role, const QBrush &brush)
+ \overload
+
+ Sets the brush in the specified color \a group, used for the given
+ color \a role, to \a brush.
+
+ \sa brush() setColor() ColorRole
+*/
+void QPalette::setBrush(ColorGroup cg, ColorRole cr, const QBrush &b)
+{
+ Q_ASSERT(cr < NColorRoles);
+ detach();
+ if(cg >= (int)NColorGroups) {
+ if(cg == All) {
+ for(int i = 0; i < (int)NColorGroups; i++)
+ d->br[i][cr] = b;
+ resolve_mask |= (1<<cr);
+ return;
+ } else if(cg == Current) {
+ cg = (ColorGroup)current_group;
+ } else {
+ qWarning("QPalette::setBrush: Unknown ColorGroup: %d", (int)cg);
+ cg = Active;
+ }
+ }
+ d->br[cg][cr] = b;
+ resolve_mask |= (1<<cr);
+}
+
+/*!
+ \since 4.2
+
+ Returns true if the ColorGroup \a cg and ColorRole \a cr has been
+ set previously on this palette; otherwise returns false.
+
+ \sa setBrush()
+*/
+bool QPalette::isBrushSet(ColorGroup cg, ColorRole cr) const
+{
+ Q_UNUSED(cg);
+ return (resolve_mask & (1<<cr));
+}
+
+/*!
+ \internal
+*/
+void QPalette::detach()
+{
+ if (d->ref != 1) {
+ QPalettePrivate *x = new QPalettePrivate;
+ for(int grp = 0; grp < (int)NColorGroups; grp++) {
+ for(int role = 0; role < (int)NColorRoles; role++)
+ x->br[grp][role] = d->br[grp][role];
+ }
+ if(!d->ref.deref())
+ delete d;
+ d = x;
+ }
+ ++d->detach_no;
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn bool QPalette::operator!=(const QPalette &p) const
+
+ Returns true (slowly) if this palette is different from \a p;
+ otherwise returns false (usually quickly).
+
+ \note The current ColorGroup is not taken into account when
+ comparing palettes
+
+ \sa operator==()
+*/
+
+/*!
+ Returns true (usually quickly) if this palette is equal to \a p;
+ otherwise returns false (slowly).
+
+ \note The current ColorGroup is not taken into account when
+ comparing palettes
+
+ \sa operator!=()
+*/
+bool QPalette::operator==(const QPalette &p) const
+{
+ if (isCopyOf(p))
+ return true;
+ for(int grp = 0; grp < (int)NColorGroups; grp++) {
+ for(int role = 0; role < (int)NColorRoles; role++) {
+ if(d->br[grp][role] != p.d->br[grp][role])
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn bool QPalette::isEqual(ColorGroup cg1, ColorGroup cg2) const
+
+ Returns true (usually quickly) if color group \a cg1 is equal to
+ \a cg2; otherwise returns false.
+*/
+bool QPalette::isEqual(QPalette::ColorGroup group1, QPalette::ColorGroup group2) const
+{
+ if(group1 >= (int)NColorGroups) {
+ if(group1 == Current) {
+ group1 = (ColorGroup)current_group;
+ } else {
+ qWarning("QPalette::brush: Unknown ColorGroup(1): %d", (int)group1);
+ group1 = Active;
+ }
+ }
+ if(group2 >= (int)NColorGroups) {
+ if(group2 == Current) {
+ group2 = (ColorGroup)current_group;
+ } else {
+ qWarning("QPalette::brush: Unknown ColorGroup(2): %d", (int)group2);
+ group2 = Active;
+ }
+ }
+ if(group1 == group2)
+ return true;
+ for(int role = 0; role < (int)NColorRoles; role++) {
+ if(d->br[group1][role] != d->br[group2][role])
+ return false;
+ }
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*! \obsolete
+
+ Returns a number that identifies the contents of this QPalette
+ object. Distinct QPalette objects can only have the same serial
+ number if they refer to the same contents (but they don't have
+ to). Also, the serial number of a QPalette may change during the
+ lifetime of the object.
+
+ Use cacheKey() instead.
+
+ \warning The serial number doesn't necessarily change when the
+ palette is altered. This means that it may be dangerous to use it
+ as a cache key.
+
+ \sa operator==()
+*/
+int QPalette::serialNumber() const
+{
+ return d->ser_no;
+}
+
+/*!
+ Returns a number that identifies the contents of this QPalette
+ object. Distinct QPalette objects can have the same key if
+ they refer to the same contents.
+
+ The cacheKey() will change when the palette is altered.
+*/
+qint64 QPalette::cacheKey() const
+{
+ return (((qint64) d->ser_no) << 32) | ((qint64) (d->detach_no));
+}
+
+/*!
+ Returns a new QPalette that has attributes copied from \a other.
+*/
+QPalette QPalette::resolve(const QPalette &other) const
+{
+ if ((*this == other && resolve_mask == other.resolve_mask)
+ || resolve_mask == 0) {
+ QPalette o = other;
+ o.resolve_mask = resolve_mask;
+ return o;
+ }
+
+ QPalette palette(*this);
+ palette.detach();
+
+ for(int role = 0; role < (int)NColorRoles; role++)
+ if (!(resolve_mask & (1<<role)))
+ for(int grp = 0; grp < (int)NColorGroups; grp++)
+ palette.d->br[grp][role] = other.d->br[grp][role];
+
+ return palette;
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn uint QPalette::resolve() const
+ \internal
+*/
+
+/*!
+ \fn void QPalette::resolve(uint mask)
+ \internal
+*/
+
+
+/*****************************************************************************
+ QPalette stream functions
+ *****************************************************************************/
+
+#ifndef QT_NO_DATASTREAM
+
+static const int NumOldRoles = 7;
+static const int oldRoles[7] = { QPalette::Foreground, QPalette::Background, QPalette::Light,
+ QPalette::Dark, QPalette::Mid, QPalette::Text, QPalette::Base };
+
+/*!
+ \relates QPalette
+
+ Writes the palette, \a p to the stream \a s and returns a
+ reference to the stream.
+
+ \sa \link datastreamformat.html Format of the QDataStream operators \endlink
+*/
+
+QDataStream &operator<<(QDataStream &s, const QPalette &p)
+{
+ for (int grp = 0; grp < (int)QPalette::NColorGroups; grp++) {
+ if (s.version() == 1) {
+ // Qt 1.x
+ for (int i = 0; i < NumOldRoles; ++i)
+ s << p.d->br[grp][oldRoles[i]].color();
+ } else {
+ int max = QPalette::ToolTipText + 1;
+ if (s.version() <= QDataStream::Qt_2_1)
+ max = QPalette::HighlightedText + 1;
+ else if (s.version() <= QDataStream::Qt_4_3)
+ max = QPalette::AlternateBase + 1;
+ for (int r = 0; r < max; r++)
+ s << p.d->br[grp][r];
+ }
+ }
+ return s;
+}
+
+static void readV1ColorGroup(QDataStream &s, QPalette &pal, QPalette::ColorGroup grp)
+{
+ for (int i = 0; i < NumOldRoles; ++i) {
+ QColor col;
+ s >> col;
+ pal.setColor(grp, (QPalette::ColorRole)oldRoles[i], col);
+ }
+}
+
+/*!
+ \relates QPalette
+
+ Reads a palette from the stream, \a s into the palette \a p, and
+ returns a reference to the stream.
+
+ \sa \link datastreamformat.html Format of the QDataStream operators \endlink
+*/
+
+QDataStream &operator>>(QDataStream &s, QPalette &p)
+{
+ if(s.version() == 1) {
+ p = QPalette();
+ readV1ColorGroup(s, p, QPalette::Active);
+ readV1ColorGroup(s, p, QPalette::Disabled);
+ readV1ColorGroup(s, p, QPalette::Inactive);
+ } else {
+ int max = QPalette::NColorRoles;
+ if (s.version() <= QDataStream::Qt_2_1) {
+ p = QPalette();
+ max = QPalette::HighlightedText + 1;
+ } else if (s.version() <= QDataStream::Qt_4_3) {
+ p = QPalette();
+ max = QPalette::AlternateBase + 1;
+ }
+
+ QBrush tmp;
+ for(int grp = 0; grp < (int)QPalette::NColorGroups; ++grp) {
+ for(int role = 0; role < max; ++role) {
+ s >> tmp;
+ p.setBrush((QPalette::ColorGroup)grp, (QPalette::ColorRole)role, tmp);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return s;
+}
+#endif //QT_NO_DATASTREAM
+
+/*!
+ Returns true if this palette and \a p are copies of each other,
+ i.e. one of them was created as a copy of the other and neither
+ was subsequently modified; otherwise returns false. This is much
+ stricter than equality.
+
+ \sa operator=() operator==()
+*/
+
+bool QPalette::isCopyOf(const QPalette &p) const
+{
+ return d == p.d;
+}
+
+/*!
+
+ Sets a the group at \a cg. You can pass either brushes, pixmaps or
+ plain colors for \a windowText, \a button, \a light, \a dark, \a
+ mid, \a text, \a bright_text, \a base and \a window.
+
+ \sa QBrush
+*/
+void QPalette::setColorGroup(ColorGroup cg, const QBrush &windowText, const QBrush &button,
+ const QBrush &light, const QBrush &dark, const QBrush &mid,
+ const QBrush &text, const QBrush &bright_text, const QBrush &base,
+ const QBrush &window)
+{
+ QBrush alt_base = QBrush(qt_mix_colors(base.color(), button.color()));
+ QBrush mid_light = QBrush(qt_mix_colors(button.color(), light.color()));
+ QColor toolTipBase(255, 255, 220);
+ QColor toolTipText(0, 0, 0);
+
+ setColorGroup(cg, windowText, button, light, dark, mid, text, bright_text, base,
+ alt_base, window, mid_light, text,
+ QBrush(Qt::black), QBrush(Qt::darkBlue), QBrush(Qt::white),
+ QBrush(Qt::blue), QBrush(Qt::magenta), QBrush(toolTipBase),
+ QBrush(toolTipText));
+
+ resolve_mask &= ~(1 << Highlight);
+ resolve_mask &= ~(1 << HighlightedText);
+ resolve_mask &= ~(1 << LinkVisited);
+ resolve_mask &= ~(1 << Link);
+}
+
+
+/*!\internal*/
+void
+QPalette::setColorGroup(ColorGroup cg, const QBrush &foreground, const QBrush &button,
+ const QBrush &light, const QBrush &dark, const QBrush &mid,
+ const QBrush &text, const QBrush &bright_text,
+ const QBrush &base, const QBrush &alternate_base,
+ const QBrush &background, const QBrush &midlight,
+ const QBrush &button_text, const QBrush &shadow,
+ const QBrush &highlight, const QBrush &highlighted_text,
+ const QBrush &link, const QBrush &link_visited)
+{
+ setColorGroup(cg, foreground, button, light, dark, mid,
+ text, bright_text, base, alternate_base, background,
+ midlight, button_text, shadow, highlight, highlighted_text,
+ link, link_visited, background, foreground);
+}
+
+/*!\internal*/
+void QPalette::setColorGroup(ColorGroup cg, const QBrush &foreground, const QBrush &button,
+ const QBrush &light, const QBrush &dark, const QBrush &mid,
+ const QBrush &text, const QBrush &bright_text,
+ const QBrush &base, const QBrush &alternate_base,
+ const QBrush &background, const QBrush &midlight,
+ const QBrush &button_text, const QBrush &shadow,
+ const QBrush &highlight, const QBrush &highlighted_text,
+ const QBrush &link, const QBrush &link_visited,
+ const QBrush &toolTipBase, const QBrush &toolTipText)
+{
+ detach();
+ setBrush(cg, WindowText, foreground);
+ setBrush(cg, Button, button);
+ setBrush(cg, Light, light);
+ setBrush(cg, Dark, dark);
+ setBrush(cg, Mid, mid);
+ setBrush(cg, Text, text);
+ setBrush(cg, BrightText, bright_text);
+ setBrush(cg, Base, base);
+ setBrush(cg, AlternateBase, alternate_base);
+ setBrush(cg, Window, background);
+ setBrush(cg, Midlight, midlight);
+ setBrush(cg, ButtonText, button_text);
+ setBrush(cg, Shadow, shadow);
+ setBrush(cg, Highlight, highlight);
+ setBrush(cg, HighlightedText, highlighted_text);
+ setBrush(cg, Link, link);
+ setBrush(cg, LinkVisited, link_visited);
+ setBrush(cg, ToolTipBase, toolTipBase);
+ setBrush(cg, ToolTipText, toolTipText);
+}
+
+/*!
+ \fn QPalette QPalette::copy() const
+
+ Use simple assignment instead.
+*/
+
+
+QT_END_NAMESPACE