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Kobid last edited by
QWebEnginePage->QWebEngineScriptCollection->scripts()return only my own injected scripts, it doesn't contain page scripts.
Salamander last edited by Salamander
It seems the QWebEngine topic is inactive. Maybe you should post your question on the stackoverflow.
JonB last edited by
As a general answer to the question as phrased, I would imagine the answer is "no". QtWebEngine is a wrapper to Chromium, and I don't think that is going to have a facility for "Some kind of signal emitted when JS is executed".
However, if your purpose is to figure what is going on interactively when you are using it and have a look at arguments etc., you could use a JS debugger. See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28681141/qtwebengine-debugging, which shows people bringing up the Developer Tools debugger or a FireBug one, or similar.