What you do is to send your event to the event dispatcher for it to dispatch said event to the correct object but at the same time you're setting your filter between the dispatcher and the rest of your application. Thus you are seeing the "impossible"
thanks for your reply. I have been unable to test it for time reasons and this horror will still be going on for months, keeping me from working at this project. I think it's best to bookmark this page and eventually return to it when times are better.
Have a nice week-end,
@p3c0 Where exactly i should put that code? As I asked earlier how should i know which button is pressed ?If you see my code I did with a signal but in that case i would need so many signals which is not a smart way to do. I am thinking of Bit masking .For example (sudo code)
if(sender == "BIT1")
BYTE1 |= 0x01; // AND operation
BYTE2 &= 0xFE; // OR operation
But don't know how to get that object and implement in qml.