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createStandardContextMenu() for others than QLineEdit/QTextEdit/QPlainTextEdit
Wurgl last edited by
I am wondering why only these three classes provide that function, whereas QDateTimeEdit (and its subclasses QDateEdit + QTimeEdit) do not.
When I simple want to an additional menu entry in QDateEdit to set the field to the current day (or similar) it seems that I have to copy the code from QAbstractSpinBox::contextMenuEvent(...) or is there a nicer way to do this?
Might be a simple as the use case never showed up. You can try using an event filter and catch QContextMenuEvent
Hope it helps