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How to create login screen which holds focus until the user has logged in

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How to create a login screen which holds focus until I have logged in succesfully. So basicly I have one widget which is disabled and shouldn't react on clicking and another which should hold the focus. I am using Qt.
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A modal dialog will serve your need


CMyDialog::OnOk()
{
//Handle your code here..
 
}

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