[Interest] Problems with Drag and Drop in Windows 7
samuel.gaist at edeltech.ch
Wed Jan 25 17:11:26 CET 2012
In my case they are reached. Are you building your application in debug or release mode ?
In release mode, it won't break. Furthermore a line like int n = 0; is likely to get optimized out.
If you want to have the correct behavior, do as said in the documentation with the acceptProposedAction()
On 25 janv. 2012, at 16:56, norulez at me.com wrote:
> But the main problem is that the breakpoint in the functions aren't reached.
> Make a breakpoint on a line (int n = 0;) in the code and run in debug mode
> Am 25.01.2012 um 16:48 schrieb Samuel Gaist <samuel.gaist at edeltech.ch>:
>> On 25 janv. 2012, at 15:44, NoRulez wrote:
>>> Hello again,
>>> I've attached a small and simple example, which doesn't work.
>>> Maybe someone could help
>>> Thanks in advance
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>> Tested with mingw 4.4.0 as well as MSVC2008.
>> Indeed, your example won't work as it is. You need to accept the proposed action (event->acceptProposedAction()) in dragEnterEvent and dragMoveEvent and just accept the event (event->accept()) in dragLeaveEvent.
>> In dropEvent, you have to do your stuff and again acceptProposedAction().
>> Hope it helps
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