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qt-bugs@ issue : N45716
author: Enrico Ros <email@example.com>
QScrollView unwanted repaint fix.
This fixes the 'flashing' konqueror window on activation / deactivation by
saving 1 unwanted repaint (when konqueror window has background).
I tracked down to the problem to the internal QViewportWidget of the
When a window is activated the activation event is recursively propagated
to all childs triggering the windowActivationChange() functions in the
widget it passes by.
What happens when the event gets to the Viewport?
At this point the event has already been handled by windowActivationChange()
of the parent widget (a QIconView for example) and has then been propagated
to the Viewport that will handle it with the default
QWidget::windowActivationChange implementation, maybe raising an unwanted
update(); so here we stop the event.
As an addition: if the parent reimplements the windowActivationChange()
function, mainly to block the update, it won't be happy if the child will
trigger the update. If the parent do not reimplement the function il will
inherits the default implementation and there is no need for the viewport's
--- src/widgets/qscrollview.cpp.orig 2004-03-29 10:17:04.000000000 +0000
+++ src/widgets/qscrollview.cpp 2004-03-30 16:40:07.599978320 +0000
@@ -1551,6 +1551,9 @@
+ case QEvent::WindowActivate:
+ case QEvent::WindowDeactivate:
+ return TRUE;