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How to forward Qt Mouse event to QQuickView?
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QMainWindow, I have a
QWidgetthat wraps a
QQuickViewand displays the ui through a
I am trying to implement a drag and drop functionality where, on mouse-down and mouse-move in the
QFrame, a thumbnail follows the cursor's position throughout until mouse-release. The mouse-release will happen within
The hover event within
QQuickViewhas no issues and I can successfully get the hover event. The problem arises when on mouse-down within
QFramefollowed by a mouse-move into
QQuickView, I am unable to get any mouse events in
On the left is the
QFrameand the right is the
QFrameand mouse-move into
Any mouse events can only be captured after mouse-release.
These are what I have written so far:
import sys from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QApplication, QMainWindow, QWidget, QFrame, QLabel, QGridLayout, QVBoxLayout from PyQt5.QtCore import Qt, QMimeData, QUrl from PyQt5.QtGui import QDrag, QPixmap from PyQt5.QtQuick import QQuickView class MainWindow(QMainWindow): def __init__(self, parent=None): super().__init__(parent) self.centralWidget = QWidget(self) gridlayout = QGridLayout(self.centralWidget) gridlayout.setContentsMargins(0,0,0,0) gridlayout.setHorizontalSpacing(0) gridlayout.setVerticalSpacing(0) self.setCentralWidget(self.centralWidget) self.leftPanel = QVBoxLayout() self.rightPanel = QVBoxLayout() gridlayout.addLayout(self.leftPanel, 0, 0, 1, 1) gridlayout.addLayout(self.rightPanel, 0, 1, 1, 1) gridlayout.setSpacing(0) self.setStyleSheet("background:grey") self.resize(300, 200) self.show() class Left(QFrame): def __init__(self): super().__init__() self.resize(500, 500) self.label = QLabel(self) self.label.resize(50, 50) def mouseMoveEvent(self, e): mimeData = QMimeData() drag = QDrag(self) self.thumbnail = QPixmap('./test.png').scaled(50, 50, Qt.KeepAspectRatio) drag.setPixmap(self.thumbnail) drag.setMimeData(mimeData) drag.exec_(Qt.MoveAction) class Right(QQuickView): def __init__(self, parent=None): super().__init__(parent) self.rootContext().setContextProperty('Right', self) self.setSource(QUrl('./drag.qml')) self.setMinimumHeight(200) self.setMinimumWidth(150) if __name__ == '__main__': app = QApplication(sys.argv) main_window = MainWindow() main_window.leftPanel.addWidget(Left()) main_window.rightPanel.addWidget(QWidget.createWindowContainer(Right())) app.exec_()
Based on what I have read from different sources and the
Qtdocumentation, I suppose I have to forward the events from the
QQuickViewor there seems to be some form of global mouse events to be handled.
How can I go about achieving this?
Based on what I have read from different sources and the Qt documentation, I suppose I have to forward the events from the QFrame to the QQuickView or there seems to be some form of global mouse events to be handled.
no, no event forwarding needed here. You are just listening to wrong events in QML.
Since you start a drag, you should also listen to drag events in QML. See DropArea element and it's containsDrag property.
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@raven-worx you sir saved my life! I cant believe i was stuck at this for 2 days, when it was simply just about using the right object in qml. thanks!