QApplication::setOverrideCursor is ignored on Windows 10.
I use QApplication::setOverrideCursor as suggested:
application.setOverrideCursor(QCursor(Qt::WaitCursor)); // time-consuming operation here application.restoreOverrideCursor();
On Linux the cursor changes to the WaitCursor as expected, but on Windows 10 it remains the same. Using Qt 5.7.0 MSVC 2015 64bit.
Thank you in advance!
Hi! There was QTBUG-24657 with the same problem but on Windows 7. This has been fixed (just tested it, works on Windows 7 now), but I guess the bug just came back on the newer Windows version. I think you should request to reopen said bug.
Thank you, @Wieland, filed QTBUG-56828.