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Commit de56b9c9 authored by Dileep Sankhla's avatar Dileep Sankhla Committed by Nathaniel Graham

Use correct arrow cursor for Annotations' close buttons

When hovering the mouse over the X symbol to close a note the cursor remains the same of the current shape (hand, selection cursor) based on the tool selected.
This patch morphe the cursor to the standard arrow over the X symbol to close a note by adding setCursor() call in the CloseButton constructor

 BUG: 384381

Test Plan:
1.  Open okular and select Tools -> Review or press F6 to create a new pop-up note
2. Hover the mouse cursor over the close button (X) of the pop-up note window
3. You will see the standard arrow instead of the current tool based cursor.

Screenshot below (the tooltip saying "Close this note" was not captured by Spectacle application)

Reviewers: #okular, ngraham

Reviewed By: ngraham

Subscribers: ngraham, #okular

Tags: #okular

Differential Revision:
parent 46a1eb66
......@@ -55,6 +55,7 @@ public:
setIcon( style()->standardIcon( QStyle::SP_DockWidgetCloseButton ) );
setIconSize( size );
setToolTip( i18n( "Close this note" ) );
setCursor( Qt::ArrowCursor );
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