spinbox class

Provides a simple spin button.
Inherits
object widget
Description
This widget allows the user to choose a value either by clicking the up/down buttons to increase/decrease the value currently displayed or by typing the value directly into the spin box.
Functions
$setValue(<value:integer>)
Sets the value of the spin box.
See also $value()
$setMinValue(<min_value:integer>)
Sets the minimum value of the spin box. See also $MinValue()
$setMaxValue(<max_value:integer>)
Sets the maximum value of the spin box.
See also $maxValue()
$setLineStep(<line_step:integer>)
Sets the line step: when the user uses the arrows to change the spin box's value the value will be incremented/decremented by the amount of the line step. See also $lineStep()
$setSpecialValueText(<text:string>)
Sets the special-value text. If set, the spin box will display this text instead of a numeric value whenever the current value is equal to $minValue(). See also $setSpecialValueText()
$setPrefix(<text:string>)
This property holds the spin box's prefix.
The prefix is prepended to the start of the displayed value.
Typical use is to display a unit of measurement or a currency symbol. See also $setSuffix()
$setSuffix(<text:string>);
This property holds the suffix of the spin box.
The suffix is appended to the end of the displayed value.
See also $setPrefix()
<integer> $value()
Returns the value of the spin box. See also $setValue()
<integer> $minValue
Returns the minimum value of the spin box. See also $setMinValue()
<integer> $maxValue
Returns the maximum value of the spin box. See also $setMaxValue()
<integer> $lineStep()
Return the linestep.
<string> $specialValueText()
Returns the special-value text. See also $setSpecialValueText()
$valueChangedEvent(<new value:integer>)
This function is called by the framework when the spinbox value is changed and return the new slider value as its argument.
The default implementation emits the $valueChanged() signal, so it is easy to handle the values from many spinboxes without reimplementing the $valueChangedEvent() for every one.
Note: If you reimplement this function to catch the spinbox value, you will have to emit the signal by yourself (if you still need it, obviously).
Signals
$valueChanged()
This signal is emitted by the default implementation of [classfnc]valueChangedEvent[/classfnc]().
If you reimplement that function you will have to emit the signal manually (if you still need it).

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