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Qt 5 on OS X: QComboBox doesn't receive mouseDoubleClickEvent()
I have just converted my project to Qt 5 and though it builds fine on OS X, I have a QTreeView-based widget which uses delegates to to show a cell's value using a QComboBox-based widget. Now, with that QComboBox-based widget handles double clicks (through mouseDoubleClickEvent()), and it all used to work fine before I ported my project to Qt 5. However, now, if I double click on that QComboBox-based widget, nothing happens. I have tried my Qt 5 port on Windows, and everything works as expected, so I get the feeling that something funny is happening on OS X, but I can't tell what. Anyone, any ideas?...
Again, please consider to "file bug reports":https://bugreports.qt-project.org/ for your issues.
It takes about the same amount of work to create one as it takes to describe the issue here (but unfortunately needs a separate account), but is guaranteed to be seen by the developers working on the code. That is not the case here.
Yes, I am going to file yet another bug report for Qt 5... and no, it doesn't take the same amount of work. At least, not if you want to make your report worthwhile and therefore want to provide some sample code which illustrates the issue...
I have finally got a chance to create a bug report for the issue above: https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-29398 (incl. some sample code that illustrates the issue).
FWIW, a workaround was given in the issue I reported ("https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-29398":https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-29398).