Qt- esc key release issue



  • I have an application in which i have a class T derived from X, and X is derived from QWidget class. In class X i have an overwritten key release event handler which treats the esc key code when released by closing the window and performing some actions. If T doesn't overwrite that and enharits the behaviour from X, when i press esc and T is busy handling the key release and performing certain actions, if I press esc again by what handler will it be handled (i get a weird seg fault, and i'm sure it's from my code, but i can't trace where the second esc key release is handled, and I don't have a lot of experience with this framework) thanks in advance :)



  • Please just show us your key handing reimplementations... We can't help you trace down what happens without seeing your (relevant) code.



  • [quote author="Andre" date="1341920033"]Please just show us your key handing reimplementations... We can't help you trace down what happens without seeing your (relevant) code. [/quote]

    ok, i will come with the code soon, thanks for the answer



  • [quote author="Slyvr" date="1341929415"]
    [quote author="Andre" date="1341920033"]Please just show us your key handing reimplementations... We can't help you trace down what happens without seeing your (relevant) code. [/quote]

    ok, i will come with the code soon, thanks for the answer [/quote]

    Yeah, it will be great.



  • well the classes are something like
    @
    class T:public X{
    ...

    class X: public QWidget {
    ....
    @
    and the handler in X is
    @
    void X::keyReleaseEvent(QKeyEvent* e){

    if(e->key()==X->getEscKeyCode)
    FunctionDoingSomething();

    }
    @
    and T just enharits it from X, no modification.

    So when it is T, in FunctionDoingSomething(), to be more exact, how will the keyrelease of Esc be treated, because i want to trace it's effect, it goes into segmentation fault

    Edit: use @ tags around code sections please, Andre



  • bq. @#
    if(e->key()==X->getEscKeyCode)

              FunctionDoingSomething();
    

    @

    Where does the X-> come from? You probably ment to use X::getEscKeyCode()? Please send a copy of your original source code, as this "pseudo code" does not help to help you.


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