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Drag & drop in a QTableView: which flags do I need in the model?
hungns35 last edited by
Robert Hairgrove 6 days ago
The model should not be editable, in the sense that users should not be allowed to type in their own values. But I would like to be able to drag an item from one column into the other. So in the model class, presumably I should NOT set the flag Qt::ItemIsEditable but only Qt::ItemIsDropEnabled, is this correct? Of course, I should implement setData() in my model.
I also need to ensure that only items from the same row can be dropped into other columns. I assume that I would need to derive a custom class from QAbstractTableView and overload the dragEnterEvent() in order to record which row this was called upon?
JonB last edited by
This was answered as best it can be in the original question post a week ago. Since you are simply re-pasting that, why do you not at least provide a reference link to it? What was wrong with the answers already given there?