maximo at meteorstudios.com
Thu Apr 10 20:50:00 BST 2003
that's exactly it, you must set mouse tracking to True on the viewport object and listen for mouse moves at its port with QCanvasView.viewportMouseMoves() !
I would have never figured that one out!
thanks so much !
meteor Studios, T.D.
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>Subject: Re: [PyKDE] setMouseTracking
>I haven't traced this out thoroughly, but my guess is that
>since QCanvasView is a QScrollView descendant, and QScrollView is
>really a compound widget, the mouseMove events are probably going
>to the 'viewport' widget that QScrollView owns. You can probably
>install an eventHandler on the viewport widget and collect the
>If that's not correct, it's probably something similar.
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