[PySide] checking for installedent event filters
Frank Rueter | OHUfx
frank at ohufx.com
Mon Jul 23 02:57:20 CEST 2018
Ah yes, good point. That sounds much cleaner, thanks!
On 22/07/18 2:59 AM, David Anes wrote:
> Hi Frank,
> I would track the window object on my own on every call to the event
> filter, and if it's different, then do the removeEventFilter from the
> old one, installEvent on the new one and update the tracked object.
> 2018-07-21 7:09 GMT+02:00 Frank Rueter | OHUfx <frank at ohufx.com
> <mailto:frank at ohufx.com>>:
> I have an interesting scenario where I need to install an event
> filter on the fly from inside another event filter.
> This is because the widget I install the first event filter on
> changes it's window() inside the main application under certain
> circumstances (out of my control), and I need to know about the
> widget.window()'s move event in order for the main event filter to
> work properly.
> Anyway, to avoid installing the same filter multiple times I
> currently do this inside the first event filter:
> def eventFilter(self, obj, event):
> if event.type() == QtCore.QEvent.UpdateRequest:
> # obj.window() may or may not have change at this stage
> Is there a better way? I.e. is there a way to check which event
> filters are already installed?
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