[PyQt] About keyPressEvent
"Gustavo A. Díaz"
gustavo.diaz at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 06:42:46 BST 2007
Well, setQuitOnLastWindowClosed(False) solved that problem now the
pressKeyEven works perfect:
if event.key() == QtCore.Qt.Key_Escape and (event.modifiers() &
Now, i used closeEvent to close my app from the systray, so i've
implemented a new fuction for that.
Rob Knapp escribió:
>> What I suddenly think about is that you should try to catch some
>> signal (I can't remember the name, but do read up on what signals and
>> slots a QMainWindow/KMainWindow has) that is related to quitting the
>> application. I seem to remember there are methods which get triggered
>> at exit -- you could perhaps rewire them somehow.
> This is good advice.... however, I also have a systray application, and do not
> see the behavior the original poster is talking about. I can hit Alt-F4 or Alt-Esc (which for me on GNOME minimzes) all day and my app stays up. (Well, ok... not all day, but well after the last window is closed.....)
> Perhaps you (the original poster) should double check and make sure that you are calling setQuitOnLastWindowClosed(False) on your QApplication instance before your call to exec_. Sounds silly I know, but more than once I've been moving code around and missed a line or two.
> Rob Knapp
> Lead Developer
> PyQt mailing list PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com
/Gustavo A. Díaz/
Gustavo A. Díaz
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