[PyQt] Qt Designer + python plugins
himork at kth.se
Tue Sep 9 13:57:37 BST 2008
I discovered a strange behavior in Qt Designer's Property Editor when
using custom widget plugins written using PyQt (for example, starting
the example "plugins.py" in the PyQt examples collection designer/plugins).
If I create a new dialog with a QDialogButtonBox, the buttons OK and
Cancel appear. But looking at the Property Editor, the standardButtons
field says "NoButton". Now if I try to add a new button, the
standardButton field remains set to "NoButton", the noButton field
becomes checked and grayed out, and it is possible to select only one of
the standard buttons at a time. The same problem appears if I have a
dockWidget: the NoDockWidgetFeatures is checked and gray, and I can't
select more than one feature at a time. I can provide screen shots if
If I run Designer without any python plugins. I run Python 2.5, Qt 4.4.1
and PyQt 4.4.3 on OSX 10.5.
Could it be a bug in the python plugin?
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