Hello,
you can disable a signal, using QObject::blockSignals, I doubt that you can
select the signals you want to block. But at least you can do something like
that :
kNumImput -> blockSignals(true);
kNumImput -> setValue( newvalue );
kNumImput -> blockSignals(false);

and then kNumImput won't emit a signal when the value is changed.

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