The AtkDocument interface should be supported by any object whose content is a representation or view of a document. The AtkDocument interface should appear on the toplevel container for the document content; however AtkDocument instances may be nested (i.e. an AtkDocument may be a descendant of another AtkDocument) in those cases where one document contains "embedded content" which can reasonably be considered a document in its own right.
The 'load-complete' signal is emitted when a pending load of a static document has completed. This signal is to be expected by ATK clients if and when AtkDocument implementors expose ATK_STATE_BUSY. If the state of an AtkObject which implements AtkDocument does not include ATK_STATE_BUSY, it should be safe for clients to assume that the AtkDocument's static contents are fully loaded into the container. (Dynamic document contents should be exposed via other signals.)
The 'load-stopped' signal is emitted when a pending load of document contents is cancelled, paused, or otherwise interrupted by the user or application logic. It should not however be emitted while waiting for a resource (for instance while blocking on a file or network read) unless a user-significant timeout has occurred.
The 'page-changed' signal is emitted when the current page of a document changes, e.g. pressing page up/down in a document viewer.
The 'reload' signal is emitted when the contents of a document is refreshed from its source. Once 'reload' has been emitted, a matching 'load-complete' or 'load-stopped' signal should follow, which clients may await before interrogating ATK for the latest document content.
Retrieves the value of the given attribute_name inside document.
Gets an AtkAttributeSet which describes document-wide attributes as name-value pairs.
Retrieves the current page number inside document.
Gets a gpointer that points to an instance of the DOM. It is up to the caller to check atk_document_get_type to determine how to cast this pointer.
Get the main Gtk struct
Gets a string indicating the document type.
Gets a UTF-8 string indicating the POSIX-style LC_MESSAGES locale of the content of this document instance. Individual text substrings or images within this document may have a different locale, see atk_text_get_attributes and atk_image_get_image_locale.
Retrieves the total number of pages inside document.
Sets the value for the given attribute_name inside document.