Thus spake Yuriy Rusinov:
> virtual void mouseMoveEvent(QMouseEvent *e);
> virtual void contentsMouseMoveEvent(QMouseEvent * e);
> but nothing changed, for example signals contentsMouseMove
> (QMouseEvent* e) or mouseMove (QMouseEvent* e) does not emitted and
> debug messages in this events processors are not write, but when I press
> mouse button, all events are happened.
If your mouseMoveEvent() neither ignores events nor passes them on
directly to QtCanvasView::mouseMoveEvent() (which itself ignores events),
then your contentsMouseMoveEvent() will never be called, because the viewport
will never receive the event. contentsMouseMoveEvent() is a wrapper for
the mouseMoveEvent() function belonging to the viewport.
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