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#ifndef KDECORATION_H
#define KDECORATION_H

#include <qcolor.h>
#include <qfont.h>
#include <qobject.h>
#include <qiconset.h>
#include <netwm_def.h>
#include <kdeversion.h>

class KDecorationOptionsPrivate;
class KDecorationBridge;
class KDecorationPrivate;
class KDecorationFactory;

/**
 * This class provides a namespace for all decoration related classes.
 * All shared types are defined here.
 * @since 3.2
 */
00045 class KDecorationDefines
{
public:
    /**
     * These values represent positions inside an area
     */
00051     enum Position
        { // without prefix, they'd conflict with Qt::TopLeft etc. :(
        PositionCenter         = 0x00,
        PositionLeft           = 0x01,
        PositionRight          = 0x02,
        PositionTop            = 0x04,
        PositionBottom         = 0x08,
        PositionTopLeft        = PositionLeft | PositionTop,
        PositionTopRight       = PositionRight | PositionTop,
        PositionBottomLeft     = PositionLeft | PositionBottom,
        PositionBottomRight    = PositionRight | PositionBottom
        };
    /**
     * Maximize mode. These values specify how a window is maximized.
     */
    // these values are written to session files, don't change the order
00067     enum MaximizeMode
        {
00069       MaximizeRestore    = 0, ///< The window is not maximized in any direction.
00070       MaximizeVertical   = 1, ///< The window is maximized vertically.
00071       MaximizeHorizontal = 2, ///< The window is maximized horizontally.
      /// Equal to @p MaximizeVertical | @p MaximizeHorizontal
00073       MaximizeFull = MaximizeVertical | MaximizeHorizontal 
        };

00076     enum WindowOperation
        {
        MaximizeOp = 5000,
        RestoreOp,
        MinimizeOp,
        MoveOp,
        UnrestrictedMoveOp,
        ResizeOp,
        UnrestrictedResizeOp,
        CloseOp,
        OnAllDesktopsOp,
        ShadeOp,
        KeepAboveOp,
        KeepBelowOp,
        OperationsOp,
        WindowRulesOp,
00092         ToggleStoreSettingsOp = WindowRulesOp, ///< @obsolete
        HMaximizeOp,
        VMaximizeOp,
        LowerOp,
        FullScreenOp,
        NoBorderOp,
        NoOp
        };
    /**
     * Basic color types that should be recognized by all decoration styles.
     * Decorations are not required to implement all the colors, but for the ones that
     * are implemented the color setting for them should be obeyed.
     */
00105     enum ColorType
      {
00107       ColorTitleBar,   ///< The color for the titlebar
00108       ColorTitleBlend, ///< The blend color for the titlebar
00109       ColorFont,       ///< The titlebar text color
00110       ColorButtonBg,   ///< The color to use for the titlebar buttons
00111       ColorFrame,      ///< The color for the window frame (border)
00112       ColorHandle,     ///< The color for the resize handle
      NUM_COLORS
      };
    
    /**
     * These flags specify which settings changed when rereading settings.
     * Each setting in class KDecorationOptions specifies its matching flag.
     */
    enum
        {
00122         SettingDecoration = 1 << 0, ///< The decoration was changed
00123         SettingColors     = 1 << 1, ///< The color palette was changed
00124         SettingFont       = 1 << 2, ///< The titlebar font was changed
00125         SettingButtons    = 1 << 3, ///< The button layout was changed
00126         SettingTooltips   = 1 << 4, ///< The tooltip setting was changed
00127         SettingBorder     = 1 << 5  ///< The border size setting was changed
        };
        
    /**
     * Border size. KDecorationOptions::preferredBorderSize() returns
     * one of these values.
     */
00134     enum BorderSize
        {
00136         BorderTiny,      ///< Minimal borders
00137         BorderNormal,    ///< Standard size borders, the default setting
00138         BorderLarge,     ///< Larger borders
00139         BorderVeryLarge, ///< Very large borders
00140         BorderHuge,      ///< Huge borders
00141         BorderVeryHuge,  ///< Very huge borders
00142         BorderOversized, ///< Oversized borders
00143         BordersCount     ///< @internal
        };

    enum Ability { ABILITY_DUMMY = 10000000 };

    enum Requirement { REQUIREMENT_DUMMY = 1000000 };
};    

class KDecorationProvides
    : public KDecorationDefines
    {
    public:
        virtual bool provides( Requirement req ) = 0;
    };

/**
 * This class holds various configuration settings for the decoration.
 * It is accessible from the decorations either as KDecoration::options()
 * or KDecorationFactory::options().
 * @since 3.2
 */
00164 class KDecorationOptions : public KDecorationDefines
    {
public:
    KDecorationOptions();
    virtual ~KDecorationOptions();
    /**
     * Returns the color that should be used for the given part of the decoration.
     * The changed flags for this setting is SettingColors.
     *
     * @param type   The requested color type.
     * @param active Whether the color should be for active or inactive windows.
     */
    const QColor& color(ColorType type, bool active=true) const;
    /**
     * Returns a colorgroup using the given decoration color as the background.
     * The changed flags for this setting is SettingColors.
     *
     * @param type   The requested color type.
     * @param active Whether to return the color for active or inactive windows.
     */
    const QColorGroup& colorGroup(ColorType type, bool active=true) const;
    /**
     * Returns the active or inactive decoration font.
     * The changed flags for this setting is SettingFont.
     *
     * @param active Whether to return the color for active or inactive windows.
     * @param small  If @a true, returns a font that's suitable for tool windows.
     */
    const QFont& font(bool active=true, bool small = false) const;
    /**
    * Returns @a true if the style should use custom button positions
    * The changed flags for this setting is SettingButtons.
    *
    * @see titleButtonsLeft
    * @see titleButtonsRight
    */
    bool customButtonPositions() const;
    /**
    * If customButtonPositions() returns true, titleButtonsLeft
    * returns which buttons should be on the left side of the titlebar from left
    * to right. Characters in the returned string have this meaning :
    * @li 'M' menu button
    * @li 'S' on_all_desktops button
    * @li 'H' quickhelp button
    * @li 'I' minimize ( iconify ) button
    * @li 'A' maximize button
    * @li 'X' close button
    * @li 'F' keep_above_others button
    * @li 'B' keep_below_others button
    * @li 'L' shade button
    * @li '_' spacer
    *
    * The default ( which is also returned if customButtonPositions returns false )
    * is "MS".
    * The changed flags for this setting is SettingButtons.
    */
    // FRAME vice druhu tlacitek
    QString titleButtonsLeft() const;
    /**
    * If customButtonPositions() returns true, titleButtonsRight
    * returns which buttons should be on the right side of the titlebar from left
    * to right. Characters in the return string have the same meaning like
    * in titleButtonsLeft().
    *
    * The default ( which is also returned if customButtonPositions returns false )
    * is "HIAX".
    * The changed flags for this setting is SettingButtons.
    */
    QString titleButtonsRight() const;

    /**
    * @returns true if the style should use tooltips for window buttons
    * The changed flags for this setting is SettingTooltips.
    */
    bool showTooltips() const;
    
    /**
     * The preferred border size selected by the user, e.g. for accessibility
     * reasons, or when using high resolution displays. It's up to the decoration
     * to decide which borders or if any borders at all will obey this setting.
     * It is guaranteed that the returned value will be one of those
     * returned by KDecorationFactory::borderSizes(), so if that one hasn't been
     * reimplemented, BorderNormal is always returned.
     * The changed flags for this setting is SettingBorder.
     * @param factory the decoration factory used
     */
    BorderSize preferredBorderSize( KDecorationFactory* factory ) const;

    /*
     * When this functions returns false, moving and resizing of maximized windows
     * is not allowed, and therefore the decoration is allowed to turn off (some of)
     * its borders.
     * The changed flags for this setting is SettingButtons.
     */
    bool moveResizeMaximizedWindows() const;

    /**
     * @internal
     */
    virtual unsigned long updateSettings() = 0; // returns SettingXYZ mask

protected:
    /**
     * @internal
     */
00269     KDecorationOptionsPrivate* d;
    };


/**
 * This is the base class for a decoration object. It provides functions
 * that give various information about the decorated window, and also
 * provides pure virtual functions for controlling the decoration that
 * every decoration should implement.
 * @since 3.2
 */
00280 class KDecoration
    : public QObject, public KDecorationDefines
    {
    Q_OBJECT
    public:
      /**
       * Constructs a KDecoration object. Both the arguments are passed from
       * KDecorationFactory. Note that the initialization code of the decoration
       * should be done in the init() method.
       */
      KDecoration( KDecorationBridge* bridge, KDecorationFactory* factory );
      /**
       * Destroys the KDecoration.
       */
      virtual ~KDecoration();
      
      // requests from decoration
      
      /**
       * Returns the KDecorationOptions object, which is used to access
       * configuration settings for the decoration.
       */
        static const KDecorationOptions* options();
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window is currently active.
       */
      bool isActive() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decoration window can be closed by the user.
       */
      bool isCloseable() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window can be maximized.
       */
      bool isMaximizable() const;
      /**
       * Returns the current maximization mode of the decorated window.
       * Note that only fully maximized windows should be treated
       * as "maximized" (e.g. if the maximize button has only two states).
       */
      MaximizeMode maximizeMode() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window can be minimized by the user.
       */
      bool isMinimizable() const;
      /**
       * Return @a true if the decorated window can show context help
       * (i.e. the decoration should provide the context help button).
       */
        bool providesContextHelp() const;
      /**
       * Returns the number of the virtual desktop the decorated window
       * is currently on (including NET::OnAllDesktops for being on all
       * desktops).
       */
        int desktop() const;
      /**
       * Convenience function that returns @a true if the window is on all
       * virtual desktops.
       */
        bool isOnAllDesktops() const; // convenience
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decoration window is modal (usually a modal dialog).
       */
        bool isModal() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window can be shaded.
       */
        bool isShadeable() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window is currently shaded.
         * If the window is e.g. hover unshaded, it's not considered to be shaded.
         * This function should not be used for the shade titlebar button, use
         * @ref isSetShade() instead.
         *
         * @see isSetShade
       */
        bool isShade() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window was set to be shaded. This function
         * returns also true if the window is e.g. hover unshaded, so it doesn't
         * always correspond to the actual window state.
         *
         * @see isShade
       */
        bool isSetShade() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window should be kept above other windows.
       */
        bool keepAbove() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window should be kept below other windows.
       */
        bool keepBelow() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window can be moved by the user.
       */
        bool isMovable() const;
      /**
       * Returns @a true if the decorated window can be resized by the user.
       */
        bool isResizable() const;
      /**
       * This function returns the window type of the decorated window.
       * The argument to this function is a mask of all window types
       * the decoration knows about (as the list of valid window types
       * is extended over time, and fallback types are specified in order
       * to support older code). For a description of all window types,
       * see the definition of the NET::WindowType type. Note that
       * some window types never have decorated windows.
       * 
       * An example of usage:
       * @code
       * const unsigned long supported_types = NET::NormalMask | NET::DesktopMask
       *    | NET::DockMask | NET::ToolbarMask | NET::MenuMask | NET::DialogMask
       *    | NET::OverrideMask | NET::TopMenuMask | NET::UtilityMask | NET::SplashMask;
       *
       * NET::WindowType type = windowType( supported_types );
       *
       * if( type == NET::Utility || type == NET::Menu || type == NET::Toolbar )
       *    // ... use smaller decorations for tool window types
       * else
       *    // ... use normal decorations
       * @endcode
       */
        NET::WindowType windowType( unsigned long supported_types ) const;
      /**
       * Returns an icon set with the decorated window's icon.
       */
      QIconSet icon() const;
      /**
       * Returns the decorated window's caption that should be shown in the titlebar.
       */
      QString caption() const;
      /**
       * This function invokes the window operations menu. 
       * \param pos specifies the place on the screen where the menu should
       * show up. The menu pops up at the bottom-left corner of the specified
       * rectangle, unless there is no space, in which case the menu is
       * displayed above the rectangle.
       * 
       * \note Decorations that enable a double-click operation for the menu
       * button must ensure to call \a showWindowMenu() with the \a pos
       * rectangle set to the menu button geometry.
       * IMPORTANT: As a result of this function, the decoration object that
       * called it may be destroyed after the function returns. This means
       * that the decoration object must either return immediately after
       * calling showWindowMenu(), or it must use
       * KDecorationFactory::exists() to check it's still valid. For example,
       * the code handling clicks on the menu button should look similarly
       * like this:
         *
         * \code
         * KDecorationFactory* f = factory(); // needs to be saved before
         * showWindowMenu( button[MenuButton]->mapToGlobal( menuPoint ));
         * if( !f->exists( this )) // destroyed, return immediately
         *     return;
       * button[MenuButton]->setDown(false);
         * \endcode
       */
      void showWindowMenu( const QRect &pos );

      /**
       * Overloaded version of the above. 
       */
      void showWindowMenu( QPoint pos );
        /**
         * This function performs the given window operation. This function may destroy
         * the current decoration object, just like showWindowMenu().
         */
      void performWindowOperation( WindowOperation op );
      /**
       * If the decoration is non-rectangular, this function needs to be called
       * to set the shape of the decoration.
       *
       * @param reg  The shape of the decoration.
       * @param mode The X11 values Unsorted, YSorted, YXSorted and YXBanded that specify
       *             the sorting of the rectangles, default value is Unsorted.
       */
        void setMask( const QRegion& reg, int mode = 0 );
      /**
       * This convenience function resets the shape mask.
       */
        void clearMask(); // convenience
      /**
       * If this function returns @a true, the decorated window is used as a preview
       * e.g. in the configuration module. In such case, the decoration can e.g.
       * show some information in the window area.
       */
        bool isPreview() const;
      /**
       * Returns the geometry of the decoration.
       */
        QRect geometry() const;
      /**
       * Returns the icon geometry for the window, i.e. the geometry of the taskbar
       * entry. This is used mainly for window minimize animations. Note that
       * the geometry may be null.
       */
        QRect iconGeometry() const;
        /**
         * Returns the intersection of the given region with the region left
         * unobscured by the windows stacked above the current one. You can use
         * this function to, for example, try to keep the titlebar visible if
         * there is a hole available. The region returned is in the coordinate
         * space of the decoration.
         * @param r The region you want to check for holes
         */
        QRegion unobscuredRegion( const QRegion& r ) const;
      /**
       * Returns the main workspace widget. The main purpose of this function is to
       * allow painting the minimize animation or the transparent move bound on it.
       */
        QWidget* workspaceWidget() const;
      /**
       * Convenience function that returns the width of the decoration.
       */
        int width() const; // convenience
      /**
       * Convenience function that returns the height of the decoration.
       */
        int height() const;  // convenience
      /**
       * This function is the default handler for mouse events. All mouse events
       * that are not handled by the decoration itself should be passed to it
       * in order to make work operations like window resizing by dragging borders etc.
       */
      void processMousePressEvent( QMouseEvent* e );

      // requests to decoration

      /**
       * This function is called immediately after the decoration object is created.
       * Due to some technical reasons, initialization should be done here
       * instead of in the constructor.
       */
        virtual void init() = 0; // called once right after created
      
        /**
         * This function should return mouse cursor position in the decoration.
         * Positions at the edge will result in window resizing with mouse button
         * pressed, center position will result in moving.
         */
      virtual Position mousePosition( const QPoint& p ) const = 0;

      /**
       * This function should return the distance from each window side to the inner
       * window. The sizes may depend on the state of the decorated window, such as
       * whether it's shaded. Decorations often turn off their bottom border when the
       * window is shaded, and turn off their left/right/bottom borders when
       * the window is maximized and moving and resizing of maximized windows is disabled.
       * This function mustn't do any repaints or resizes. Also, if the sizes returned
       * by this function don't match the real values, this may result in drawing errors
       * or other problems.
       *
       * @see KDecorationOptions::moveResizeMaximizedWindows()
       */
        // mustn't do any repaints, resizes or anything like that
      virtual void borders( int& left, int& right, int& top, int& bottom ) const = 0;
      /**
       * This method is called by kwin when the style should resize the decoration window.
       * The usual implementation is to resize the main widget of the decoration to the
       * given size.
       *
       * @param s Specifies the new size of the decoration window.
       */
      virtual void resize( const QSize& s ) = 0;
      /**
       * This function should return the minimum required size for the decoration.
       * Note that the returned size shouldn't be too large, because it will be
       * used to keep the decorated window at least as large.
       */
      virtual QSize minimumSize() const = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the window either becomes or stops being active.
       * Use isActive() to find out the current state.
       */
        virtual void activeChange() = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the caption changes. Use caption() to get it.
       */
        virtual void captionChange() = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the window icon changes. Use icon() to get it.
       */
        virtual void iconChange() = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the maximalization state of the window changes.
       * Use maximizeMode() to get the current state.
       */
        virtual void maximizeChange() = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the desktop for the window changes. Use
       * desktop() or isOnAllDesktops() to find out the current desktop
       * on which the window is.
       */
        virtual void desktopChange() = 0;
      /**
       * This function is called whenever the window is shaded or unshaded. Use
       * isShade() to get the current state.
       */
        virtual void shadeChange() = 0;
#if KDE_IS_VERSION( 3, 90, 0 )
#warning Redo all the XYZChange() virtuals as signals.
#endif
    signals:
        /**
         * This signal is emitted whenever the window's keep-above state changes.
         * @since 3.3
         */
        void keepAboveChanged( bool );
        /**
         * This signal is emitted whenever the window's keep-below state changes.
         * @since 3.3
         */
        void keepBelowChanged( bool );
    public:
      /**
       * This function may be reimplemented to provide custom bound drawing
       * for transparent moving or resizing of the window.
       * @a False should be returned if the default implementation should be used.
         * Note that if you e.g. paint the outline using a 5 pixels wide line,
         * you should compensate for the 2 pixels that would make the window
         * look larger.
       *
       * @param geom  The geometry at this the bound should be drawn
       * @param clear @a true if the bound should be cleared
       *
       * @see workspaceWidget() and geometry().
       */
        virtual bool drawbound( const QRect& geom, bool clear );
      /**
       * This function may be reimplemented to provide custom minimize/restore animations
       * The reimplementation is allowed to perform X server grabs if necessary
         * (only using the functions provided by this API, no direct Xlib calls), but no
       * futher event processing is allowed (i.e. no kapp->processEvents()).
       * @a False should be returned if the default implementation should be used.
       * Note that you should not use this function to force disabling of the animation.
       *
       * @see workspaceWidget(), geometry() and helperShowHide().
       */
        virtual bool animateMinimize( bool minimize );
        /**
         * @internal Reserved.
         */
        // TODO position will need also values for top+left+bottom etc. docking ?
        virtual bool windowDocked( Position side );
      /**
       * This function is called to reset the decoration on settings changes.
       * It is usually invoked by calling KDecorationFactory::resetDecorations().
       * 
       * @param changed Specifies which settings were changed, given by the SettingXXX masks
       */
        virtual void reset( unsigned long changed );

      // special

      /**
       * This should be the first function called in init() to specify
       * the main widget of the decoration. The widget should be created
       * with parent specified by initialParentWidget() and flags
       * specified by initialWFlags().
       */   
        void setMainWidget( QWidget* );
      /**
       * Convenience functions that creates and sets a main widget as necessary.
       * In such case, it's usually needed to install an event filter
       * on the main widget to receive important events on it.
       *
       * @param flags Additional widget flags for the main widget. Note that only
       *              flags that affect widget drawing are allowed. Window type flags
       *              like WX11BypassWM or WStyle_NoBorder are forbidden.
       */
        void createMainWidget( WFlags flags = 0 );
      /**
       * The parent widget that should be used for the main widget.
       */
        QWidget* initialParentWidget() const;
      /**
       * The flags that should be used when creating the main widget.
       * It is possible to add more flags when creating the main widget, but only flags
       * that affect widget drawing are allowed. Window type flags like WX11BypassWM
       * or WStyle_NoBorder are forbidden.
       */
        WFlags initialWFlags() const;
      /**
       * This function is only allowed to be called once from animateMinimize().
       * It can be used if the window should be shown or hidden at a specific
       * time during the animation. It is forbidden to use this function
       * for other purposes.
       */
        void helperShowHide( bool show );
      /**
       * Returns the main widget for the decoration.
       */
      QWidget* widget();
      /**
       * Returns the main widget for the decoration.
       */
      const QWidget* widget() const;
      /**
       * Returns the factory that created this decoration.
       */
        KDecorationFactory* factory() const;
        /**
         * Performs X server grab. It is safe to call it several times in a row.
         */
        void grabXServer();
        /**
         * Ungrabs X server (if the number of ungrab attempts matches the number of grab attempts).
         */
        void ungrabXServer();
    public slots:
      // requests from decoration

      /**
       * This function can be called by the decoration to request 
       * closing of the decorated window. Note that closing the window
       * also involves destroying the decoration.
         * IMPORTANT: This function may destroy the current decoration object,
         * just like showWindowMenu().
       */
      void closeWindow();
        /*
         * Changes the maximize mode of the decorated window. This function should
         * be preferred to the other maximize() overload for reacting on clicks
         * on the maximize titlebar button.
         * NOTE: This function is new in KDE3.3. In order to support also KDE3.2,
         * it is recommended to use code like this:
         * \code
         * ButtonState button = ... ;
         * #if KDE_IS_VERSION( 3, 3, 0 )
         * maximize( button );
         * #else
         * if( button == MidButton )
       *     maximize( maximizeMode() ^ MaximizeVertical );
         * else if( button == RightButton )
         *     maximize( maximizeMode() ^ MaximizeHorizontal );
         * else
         *     maximize( maximizeMode() == MaximizeFull ? MaximizeRestore : MaximizeFull );
         * #endif
         * \endcode
         * @since 3.3
         */
#if KDE_IS_VERSION( 3, 90, 0 )
#warning Update the docs.
#endif
        void maximize( ButtonState button );
      /**
       * Set the maximize mode of the decorated window.
       * @param mode The maximization mode to be set.
       */
      void maximize( MaximizeMode mode );
      /**
       * Minimize the decorated window.
       */
      void minimize();
      /**
       * Start showing context help in the window (i.e. the mouse will enter
       * the what's this mode).
       */
        void showContextHelp();
        /**
         * Moves the window to the given desktop. Use NET::OnAllDesktops for making
         * the window appear on all desktops.
         */
        void setDesktop( int desktop );
      /**
       * This function toggles the on-all-desktops state of the decorated window.
       */
        void toggleOnAllDesktops(); // convenience
      /**
       * This function performs the operation configured as titlebar double click
       * operation.
       */
        void titlebarDblClickOperation();
      /**
       * Shades or unshades the decorated window.
       * @param set Whether the window should be shaded
       */
        void setShade( bool set );
      /**
       * Sets or reset keeping this window above others.
       * @param set Whether to keep the window above others
       */
        void setKeepAbove( bool set );
      /**
       * Sets or reset keeping this window below others.
       * @param set Whether to keep the window below others
       */
        void setKeepBelow( bool set );
        /**
         * @internal
         */
00774         void emitKeepAboveChanged( bool above ) { emit keepAboveChanged( above ); }
        /**
         * @internal
         */
00778         void emitKeepBelowChanged( bool below ) { emit keepBelowChanged( below ); }
    private:
      KDecorationBridge* bridge_;
      QWidget* w_;
        KDecorationFactory* factory_;
        friend class KDecorationOptions; // for options_
        static KDecorationOptions* options_;
        KDecorationPrivate* d;
    };

inline
KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode operator^( KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m1, KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m2 )
    {
    return KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode( int(m1) ^ int(m2) );
    }

inline
KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode operator&( KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m1, KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m2 )
    {
    return KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode( int(m1) & int(m2) );
    }

inline
KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode operator|( KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m1, KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode m2 )
    {
    return KDecorationDefines::MaximizeMode( int(m1) | int(m2) );
    }

00806 inline QWidget* KDecoration::widget()
    {
    return w_;
    }

00811 inline const QWidget* KDecoration::widget() const
    {
    return w_;
    }

00816 inline KDecorationFactory* KDecoration::factory() const
    {
    return factory_;
    }

00821 inline bool KDecoration::isOnAllDesktops() const
    {
    return desktop() == NET::OnAllDesktops;
    }

00826 inline int KDecoration::width() const
    {
    return geometry().width();
    }
    
00831 inline int KDecoration::height() const
    {
    return geometry().height();
    }
    
#endif

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