[KDE/Mac] kmahjongg on KF5

René JV Bertin rjvbertin at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 12:25:49 UTC 2014

Is there another menu item that handles exit, possibly in the File menu?

On 23 Dec 2014, at 12:38, Ian Wadham <iandw.au at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Marko,
> On 23/12/2014, at 8:27 PM, Marko Käning wrote:
>> I just test-ran kmahjongg on OSX/CI’s KF5 and it RUNS!!! :-)
>>    I can play the game, as you told me to…
>>    ;-)
> BRILLIANT !!!!!!!!  Well done!
> Now live dangerously, try and change tile layout, tile theme
> and background theme.  Alos try things like Demo and
> Shuffle, in the Move menu.
> If you can do all those, you will be exercising quite a few
> Frameworks and KDE Games libraries.
>> BUT, trying to leave the application with CMD+Q or
>> via the corresponding “Quit kmahjongg” menu item
>> The only way to do this is by closing its main window.
>> Could it be that on KF5 some signals go astray?
> Could be true with KF5 on Mac.  KDE 4 uses KApplication and
> its quit() slot.  KF5 apps would use QApplication's quit(), I think.
> Either way, I think KMahjongg would be setting up a KStandardAction
> or a KStandardGameAction for "quit", in its main-window class, and
> that should take care of CMD+Q and the Quit menu-item.  There is
> also, I think, a default action to quit when the last (or only) window
> is closed.  So that is probably why closing the window works.
> See doco on void QApplication::lastWindowClosed () [signal]
> and void QCoreApplication::quit () [static slot].
> Maybe, there is something not quite right about KStandardAction quit
> in KF5 on Apple OS X(?)…  So here we go again?… :-)
> Cheers, Ian W.
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