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  1. Qt
  2. QTBUG-91459

When using Speech Recognition on a multiple monitor setup telling it to click a button does not always work on the secondary monitor

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    • Platform/s:
      Windows
    • Commits:
      0235c0217883bc9d0ca83c7533e9c0286901bb3c (qt/qtbase/dev) 3bc70954ee515d0831cf7f506281d95b85c4f3de (qt/qtbase/6.1) 3df0fa35822fa0790316fc29d07a7dc740da40d5 (qt/qtbase/6.2) a33285294d313ac9a7f1d71ffa3ca4d18d5ffb21 (qt/tqtc-qtbase/5.15)

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      When using Speech Recognition on a multiple monitor setup telling it to click a button does not always work on the secondary monitor, this is because it is unable to find the button correctly as it seems to be reporting the wrong position for it. This does not happen with all setups so the display setup comes into play here.

      With the attached example have Speech Recognition on and say "Click Test", with a single monitor it will trigger fine, but with a multiple monitor setup and the window on the secondary monitor it does not always find it.

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            Assignee:
            anrocha André De La Rocha
            Reporter:
            andysh Andy Shaw
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