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Modal Dialog does not blocking the user input.
Sebastian last edited by aha_1980
I am having one issue regarding the modal dialog. basically it should stop user input. I set the window modality(setWindowModality(Qt::ApplicationModal);) it blocking the mouse click but unable to stop the tab key navigation and you can say keyboard input still i can give.I want to stop both mouse click plus keyborad input when dialog are pop up.Please suggest a solution if you have.
[Edit ~aha_1980: model -> modal]
JonB last edited by
A modal dialog should be stopping any key presses getting through to the window/dialog behind it, as well as mouse clicks.
Can you show the code?
It should block any interaction with the windows behind it.
Sebastian last edited by
Actually the scenario is like i have a QWidget(parent) that holds another widget which have the layout in which we have 3 buttons Yes ,No and Cancel. Basicly my requirement is if I am navigating through the tab button then focus should go on Yes,No and Cancel buttons afterwards again in Yes button.I mean it should be cyclic.
I tried so many things.
raise(); activateWindow(); setFocusPolicy(Qt::StrongFocus); setWindowModality(Qt::ApplicationModal);
I also tried in evenfilter and overrided the keyEvent->key() == Qt::Key_Tab from there i return the true.So from this i am able to solve my first problem which i posted first but now u want tab focus should be cyclic(Yes,No and Cancel buttons).
Please advise something i am really stuck.
TabOrder you can set in editor
so make sure the buttons are 1,2,3 and nothing else can take focus.