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How to detect when icon clicked in item delegate ?
umen242 last edited by
i have QTableView item delegate , which there i construct text and 2 icons one for delete the table row and one to do some other action .
my question is how to detect and trigger function when my mouse is click on one of the icons in the item delegate ?
do i need to post code ?
andre last edited by
You should reimplement the editorEvent() virtual method from [[doc:QAbstractItemDelegate]]. From the documentation:
[quote]Mouse events are sent to editorEvent() even if they don't start editing of the item. This can, for instance, be useful if you wish to open a context menu when the right mouse button is pressed on an item.[/quote]
So, you can handle mouse events from this method. It is up to you to determine if a click is on an icon or not.
For communication of the event, I would give the delegate one or more signals (that include a QModelIndex as an argument) that communicate the triggering of the event.