I noticed some strange behavior with the valueChanged event in QSlider (I'm currently porting from QT3 where I didn't have those problems).
When I click on an arrow to increment or decrement the slider by one, I receive a valueChanged event. So far so good. But when I do some lengthy computing in a method receiving this event, I will get another valueChanged event - just as If I would have been on the arrow with the mouse for a longer time.
Is there any way to inhibit this behavior? Maybe some property not to react on a mouse held on the arrow?
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks a lot