[PyKDE] PyQt and virtual functions.

mgeras at ticon.net mgeras at ticon.net
Thu Apr 13 20:33:01 BST 2000


What happened was I was only instancing mousePressEvent and not
mouseReleaseEvent, mouseMoveEvent, and mouseDoubleClickEvent wchich
was causing problems.  It works the way it should.


On Thu, 13 Apr 2000 mgeras at ticon.net wrote:

> Hey,
> How exactly does the handling of virtual functions work for PyQt and
> PyKDE?  I am trying to instance a class and override mousePressedEvent and
> some other events and it seems as though they still call the super-classes
> functions.  Should it work this way?  I would much prefer to have to call
> the super-class functions by hand (if and when I want to).  Maybe it's
> already done?  I just have to enable it?
> Thanks,
> Matt
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