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Its argument, either true or false, indicates whether or not the load
operation succeeded.
-// FIXME: This part is commented out for the time being until we decide if and how
-// the functionality to render a page onto a painter will be reintroduced or not.
-// \section1 Using QWebEnginePage in a Widget-less Environment
-// Before you begin painting a QWebEnginePage object, you need to set the size of
-// the viewport by calling setViewportSize(). Then, you invoke the main
-// frame's render function (QWebEnginePage::render()). An example of this
-// is shown in the code snippet below.
-// Suppose we have a \c Thumbnail class as follows:
-// \snippet snippets/webpage/main.cpp 0
-// The \c Thumbnail's constructor takes in a \a url. We connect our QWebEnginePage
-// object's \l{QWebEnginePage::}{loadFinished()} signal to our private slot,
-// \c render().
-// \snippet snippets/webpage/main.cpp 1
-// The \c render() function shows how we can paint a thumbnail using a
-// QWebEnginePage object.
-// \snippet snippets/webpage/main.cpp 2
-// We begin by setting the \l{QWebEnginePage::viewportSize()}{viewportSize} and
-// then we instantiate a QImage object, \c image, with the same size as our
-// \l{QWebEnginePage::viewportSize()}{viewportSize}. This image is then sent
-// as a parameter to \c painter. Next, we render the contents of the main
-// frame and its subframes into \c painter. Finally, we save the scaled image.
\enum QWebEnginePage::FindFlag