accel problems: might be qt-copt, might be kdelibs

David Faure david at
Sun Oct 13 10:10:46 BST 2002

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On Sunday 13 October 2002 11:05, Marc Mutz wrote:
> On Sunday 13 October 2002 10:17, David Faure wrote:
> <snip>
> > Yes, this sounds like a side effect of Ellis' AccelOverride change.
> > What should happen here? Is the focus widget is the listview or the
> > KHTML view?
> It's primarily seen with listviews. If you click on one, it will have 
> focus. And a lot of keys bound to navigation.
> What should happen is that if a hotkey is consumed by a KAction, it 
> shouldn't be propagated to the focus widget anymore. I see the problem 
> that for edit fields you want it vice versa, though.

When are the listview's hotkeys going to be applicable then?
Shouldn't it rather be that "if the focus widget consumes a hotkey,
it shouldn't be propagated to the mainwindow - i.e. the KActions" ?

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