Methods inherited from AtkAction (7)
Perform the specified action on the object.
Returns a description of the specified action of the object.
Gets the keybinding which can be used to activate this action, if one exists. The string returned should contain localized, human-readable, key sequences as they would appear when displayed on screen. It must be in the format “mnemonic;sequence;shortcut”.
Returns the localized name of the specified action of the object.
Gets the number of accessible actions available on the object. If there are more than one, the first one is considered the “default” action of the object.
Returns a non-localized string naming the specified action of the object. This name is generally not descriptive of the end result of the action, but instead names the ‘interaction type’ which the object supports. By convention, the above strings should be used to represent the actions which correspond to the common point-and-click interaction techniques of the same name: i.e. “click”, “press”, “release”, “drag”, “drop”, “popup”, etc. The “popup” action should be used to pop up a context menu for the object, if one exists.
Sets a description of the specified action of the object.
Methods inherited from AtkComponent (16)
Add the specified handler to the set of functions to be called when this object receives focus events (in or out). If the handler is already added it is not added again.
Checks whether the specified point is within the extent of the
Returns the alpha value (i.e. the opacity) for this
component, on a scale from 0 (fully transparent) to 1.0
Gets the rectangle which gives the extent of the
Gets the layer of the component.
Gets the zorder of the component. The value G_MININT will be returned if the layer of the component is not ATK_LAYER_MDI or ATK_LAYER_WINDOW.
Gets the position of
component in the form of
a point specifying
component‘s top-left corner.
Gets the size of the
component in terms of width and height.
Grabs focus for this
Gets a reference to the accessible child, if one exists, at the
coordinate point specified by
Remove the handler specified by
handler_id from the list of
functions to be executed when this object receives focus events
(in or out).
component visible on the screen by scrolling all necessary parents.
Move the top-left of
component to a given position of the screen by
scrolling all necessary parents.
Sets the extents of
Sets the position of
Set the size of the
component in terms of width and height.
Properties inherited from AtkObject (15)
Accessible table column description.
Accessible table column header.
Accessible table row description.
Accessible table row header.
Numeric value of this object, in case being and AtkValue.
Signals inherited from AtkObject (6)
The “active-descendant-changed” signal is emitted by an object which has the state ATK_STATE_MANAGES_DESCENDANTS when the focus object in the object changes. For instance, a table will emit the signal when the cell in the table which has focus changes.
The signal “children-changed” is emitted when a child is added or removed form an object. It supports two details: “add” and “remove”
The signal “focus-event” is emitted when an object gained or lost focus.
The signal “property-change” is emitted when an object’s property
arg1 contains an
AtkPropertyValues with the name
and the new value of the property whose value has changed. Note
that, as with GObject notify, getting this signal does not
guarantee that the value of the property has actually changed; it
may also be emitted when the setter of the property is called to
reinstate the previous value.
The “state-change” signal is emitted when an object’s state changes. The detail value identifies the state type which has changed.
The “visible-data-changed” signal is emitted when the visual appearance of the object changed.
Signals inherited from GObject (1)
The notify signal is emitted on an object when one of its properties has its value set through g_object_set_property(), g_object_set(), et al.
Signals inherited from AtkComponent (1)
The ‘bounds-changed” signal is emitted when the bposition or size of the component changes.