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Bug#531072: marked as done (libqt4-gui: Widget only receives QTabletEvent if it is top-level widget)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #531072,
regarding libqt4-gui: Widget only receives QTabletEvent if it is top-level widget
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Package: libqt4-gui
Version: 4.5.1-2
Severity: normal

When creating a widget via

  class Test : public QWidget {
    Test(QWidget *parent = 0) : QWidget(parent) {}
    void tabletEvent(QTabletEvent*) { std::cout << "got event\n";}

  Test *t = new Test;

it correctly receives tablet events.
However, when I do:

  QWidget *w = new QWidget;

my tabletEvent() never gets called. Other event types don't seem to be affected.

This also breaks the widgets/tablet example in the qt4-demos package.

- Christian

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Package: libqt4-gui
Version: 4:4.5.2-2

I can't find anything in the changelogs, but it seems to work now.


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