QCheckListItem signal question

Artur M. Piwko pipene-news at pu.kielce.pl
Tue Sep 20 18:00:43 CEST 2005


In the darkest hour on 20 Sep 2005 08:07:47 -0700,
David Boddie <davidb at mcs.st-and.ac.uk> screamed:
> You could connect the currentChanged() or clicked() signals in your
> QListView to a slot in some other object (perhaps the parent of the
> QListView). When the signal is emitted, you can examine the state of
> the item passed to the slot.
>

Yes, but those signals don't let me distinguish between item change
and check/uncheck. I found the way - override QCheckListItem method
activate().

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