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authorThorbjørn Lund Martsum <>2012-01-07 08:23:17 +0100
committerQt by Nokia <>2012-01-21 14:29:49 +0100
commit5ff1a76a530cd92b51ca33d42dcbd4c3238b178a (patch)
treeab78e92d12af67ae47799d0501b6cb3af67f499f /dist/changes-5.0.0
parent4ed85ba43fa50adacc4e47da6b5e70bad6f03d2e (diff)
Change QMessageBox::question to default to yes/no buttons instead of ok
Beside that it also removes a suggestion about making Ok==Yes and No==Cancel. It would be a problem since we (at least) can have messageboxes with both yes, no and cancel. Change-Id: I567979b2e697e7103968d6512fe4835f86888ca3 Reviewed-by: Robin Burchell <>
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diff --git a/dist/changes-5.0.0 b/dist/changes-5.0.0
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@@ -364,3 +364,10 @@ Qt for Windows CE
construction would not be affected by the QPointer, but now that QPointer
is implemented using QWeakPoiner, constructing the QSharedPointer will
cause an abort().
+- QMessageBox
+ * The static function QMessageBox::question has changed the default argument
+ for buttons. Before the default was to have an Ok button. That is changed
+ to having a yes and a no button.