[Development] Windows plugin customisation: QWindowsKeyMapper

Laszlo Papp lpapp at kde.org
Tue Aug 2 07:03:22 CEST 2022

Thanks - it has helped!

I need to return true when I want Qt to stop processing the events further.
But I would not like to do so for everything unconditionally. Do you know
how I can extend this example code to handle e.g. alt+space to return true
for it? I assume this would mean writing Windows platform specific code in
my event filter. Does anyone have Windows API experience to show that?

(This is also the reason why I prefer to have a solution, like an opt-in
option to avoid having to write platform specific code in a Qt application.
This example probably demonstrates that why this would be preferable in the
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