Neil Pate Posted October 10, 2022 Report Share Posted October 10, 2022 (edited) I think the answer is no, but I ask anyway. Does anyone know if it is possible to access an event or some other thing that returns the colour that is currently being "selected" by the mouse cursor when this colour picker widget is open? I mean getting a new value when the user moves their mouse around while the widget is open and has focus? I suspect this is all deep in C++ land but would love to be wrong here. Edited October 10, 2022 by Neil Pate Quote Link to comment
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