See attached example.
After showing a modal dialog, a call to QWidget::setCursor or QApplication::setOverrideCursor remains without effect. This is not the case if the cursor is shown in response to a button click, menu item etc.
Please don't ask me to call QCoreApplication::processEvents. That is an unacceptable hack with potentially disastrous results, as it is largely unknown what code will be called by this low-level function.
|For Gerrit Dashboard: QTBUG-40122|
|196291,4||QPlatformCursor: Add functions for setting/clearing override cursors||dev||qt/qtbase||Status: MERGED||+2||0|