[Interest] QtLocation MapPolyLine and MouseArea
godboutj at amotus.ca
Thu Mar 7 20:28:27 CET 2019
Just throwing an idea, maybe you could convert the mouse click or hover to coordinate on the Map::toCoordinate() and interpolate the coordinate to see with parameter to the line vector and then find the distance to that line parameter point or min/max point. This is not super fast but could be quick enough. Maybe doing the inverted converting the coordinate to point would make the computation easier.
From: Interest <interest-bounces at qt-project.org> On Behalf Of maitai
Sent: March 7, 2019 12:33 PM
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Subject: [Interest] QtLocation MapPolyLine and MouseArea
I need to trigger various actions whenever a MapPolyLine is hovered or pressed, such as displaying a tooltip, a menu, etc.
I have put a MouseArea on it with anchors.fills: parent, but the problem is that the mouse area does not represent the line, but the polygon made by the line. For instance if you have a L shape, entered event and so on is triggered when you enter the bounding rectangle of the line, not when you hover over the line itself.
On a QGraphicsScene we had the shape() protected method for that kinds of case, for instance with a QPainterPathStroker to give some thickness to the line's "mousearea".
I will probably end with a custom property that will carry the pixel distance between the line segments and the mouse coordinates, but this is going to be heavy to compute (I have potentially hundreds of complicated lines on the map).
Is there a better way or even better a standard way to do that?
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