QKeyPress - Simulating key press



  • Re: [SOLVED] QKeyPress - Simulating key press

    I tried the same approach, but not able to get written on the lineEdit widget

    ui->lineEdit->setFocus();
        QKeyEvent *key_press = new QKeyEvent(QKeyEvent::KeyPress, Qt::Key_X, Qt::NoModifier);
    QApplication::sendEvent(ui->lineEdit, key_press);
    

    Alternately

    QApplication::postEvent(ui->lineEdit, key_press);
    

    also didn't succeed.

    I tried the below also and didn't get any result.

    QKeyEvent key(QEvent::KeyPress, Qt::Key_X, Qt::NoModifier);
    QApplication::sendEvent(ui->lineEdit, &key);
    if (key.isAccepted()) {
          qDebug()<<"everything is ok";
    } else {
          qDebug()<<"something wrong";
    }
    

    Please suggest what am I missing.

    Regards,
    Sayan


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    Hi
    For my keyboard i do like this

    auto FOCUSOBJ = QGuiApplication::focusObject();
    QString keyStr(QKeySequence(key).toString()); // key is int with keycode
    QKeyEvent pressEvent = QKeyEvent(QEvent::KeyPress, key, Qt::NoModifier, keyStr);
    QKeyEvent releaseEvent = QKeyEvent(QEvent::KeyRelease, key, Qt::NoModifier);
    QCoreApplication::sendEvent(FOCUSOBJ, &pressEvent);
    QCoreApplication::sendEvent(FOCUSOBJ, &releaseEvent);

    which makes keyboard type into editlines etc.



  • Hi,
    got it done.

    ui->lineEdit->setFocus();
    QKeyEvent *key_press = new QKeyEvent(QKeyEvent::KeyPress, Qt::Key_X, Qt::NoModifier, "x");
    QApplication::sendEvent(ui->lineEdit, key_pre..ss);
    

    the last parameter "x"


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