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    Default How to bind signal of item in QAbstractListModel to handler in delegate of ListView

    I have a QAbstractListModel descendant class with list of instances of my arbitrary type MyItem inside. Also I have a ListView with model binding to that QAbstractListModel descendant.

    All I want to do is to bind handler in delegate of ListView to the signal of my arbitrary type MyItem. Is there any way to do it?

    UPD. I don't want to bind delegate to signal of a model so when I will have many items all of them will be triggered. I want to notify only one delegate with a signal.
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    Default Re: How to bind signal of item in QAbstractListModel to handler in delegate of ListVi

    - Make a role that returns the object as a pointer.
    - use a Connections element to create a signal handler for the signal on that object

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