[webkit-qt] Webkit event dispatching

Felipe Guimarães machado.guimaraes at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 07:38:57 PDT 2011

Hi Alexis,

Thanks for the reply. As in the begining this application wasn't made by
using Qt, all the communication between UI and the webkit was made through
IPC. During the project, Qt was introduced and now all interface are made
with Graphics View Framework, but webkit remains as a external component.

Currently, the QGraphicsView object receives all user's events (key, mouse,
gesture) use it and dispatches to webkit through IPC. Right now, I want to
intercept the mouse press, move and release. The problem resides in the fact
that I'm able intercept the event in the Qt side, but the Bing map loaded,
still receives all mouse events.


2011/9/28 Alexis Menard <alexis.menard at openbossa.org>

> On Sep 28, 2011, at 11:00 AM, Felipe Guimarães wrote:
> Hi,
> I have to work in a webkit based application which uses Graphics View
> Framework for UI creation, communicating with webkit through IPC. The
> problem is that I have to block some mouse events but, for some reason, the
> Bing map loaded in the page continues to receive the mouse events.
> You will have to be more specific.
> What do you mean by communicating with WebKit through IPC?
> What is sending what? Where the mouse events comes from? The user clicks on
> you want to block the mouse events?
> With the little you gave there is nothing we can do.
> Someone knows why this happen?
> Thanks,
> --
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