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    How to update menu items in "Options" menu?

    I would like to update menu items (actions) under "Options" menu when user opens the menu.

    Triggered() signal is emitted when user chooses "Options" LSK.
    I can connect to triggered() signal, however it seems that triggered() is signalled after menu is already opened. That behaviour is problematic if I would like to enable or disable actions (setEnabled) under "Options" menu. "Options" menu reflects the setEnabled() settings only after re opening the menu.

    Is there a way to refresh menu (actions) after trigggered signal?
    Or is there another way to know when user chooses "Options" menu, I quess aboutToShow() doesn't work for "Options" menu?

    Qt 4.6.3 & Symbian

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    Re: How to update menu items in "Options" menu?

    You can see the below page :
    Controlling the actions item in Qt for symbian

    Cheers,
    RaHuL.

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    Re: How to update menu items in "Options" menu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Petri1 View Post
    Or is there another way to know when user chooses "Options" menu, I quess aboutToShow() doesn't work for "Options" menu?
    Remember this one? symbianEventFilter -workaround seems to work for this purpose as well. For example, if you emit a new signal menuAboutToShow() - any modifications you do to actions in the connecting slot are immediately visible in the menu.

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    Re: How to update menu items in "Options" menu?

    Quote Originally Posted by treinio View Post
    Remember this one? symbianEventFilter -workaround seems to work for this purpose as well.
    Thanks, symbianeventfilter seems to be the only feasible solution for my needs.
    In general, it seems that Options menu is a bit tricky to handle. I have also tried some focusevent workarounds but those doesn't seem to work for Options menu.

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