[Interest] iOS combobox

Jason H jhihn at gmx.com
Fri Jul 24 16:12:37 CEST 2015

I think it is native. There was a bug in 5.4 where the Done was on the wrong side. In 5.5 it's on the right side. 

You can always make your own.

> Sent: Friday, July 24, 2015 at 9:14 AM
> From: maitai <maitai at virtual-winds.org>
> To: Interest at qt-project.org
> Subject: [Interest] iOS combobox
> Hello,
> Sorry for the probably dumb question but since I upgraded to 5.5 I have 
> a native looking QComboBox on iOS (a kind of wheel at the bottom of the 
> screen). Is it a new feature in 5.5? Or is it because I went on a 
> commercial license? Or I never noticed it, lol?
> Is there a way to deactivate this wheel and go back to a regular 
> combobox style (not that I want to do that but out of curiosity)?
> Is there something similar on iOS for QSpinbox and QDatetimeEdit for 
> instance?
> The "native" combobox does not react anymore to "activated" signal I 
> have to use "currentIndexChanged" instead and manage it myself when the 
> change is not coming from the user, I'll probably open a bug report at 
> qt for that.
> Thanks
> Philippe Lelong
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