[PyQt] Re: how to show interactive Picture
david at boddie.org.uk
Tue Feb 10 23:25:45 GMT 2009
On Tue Feb 10 23:04:55 GMT 2009, Markus Feldmann wrote:
> David Boddie schrieb:
> > Here, because you are using a QLabel to show the image, it should
> > automatically appear correctly in the QScrollArea.
> > (Aside: If you create your own custom widget (by subclassing QWidget),
> > you have to reimplement the sizeHint() method as well as the paintEvent()
> > method to make it appear correctly in a QScrollArea. By using a standard
> > widget designed to show an image, you neatly avoid this problem.)
> Maybe this is intersting for me, because i want to zoom in and out into
> the image. But i posted this Problem in a new Thread. :-)
Yes, I'll reply there.
> > This should work. I'll post comments on your earlier message about the
> > Basic Drawing example in a separate message. You might also find it
> > useful to look at the Image Viewer example (widgets/imageviewer).
> You mean the Link:
I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 and I don't see a python-qt4-doc/html directory
containing that file, but that would appear to be the example I'm
> The Package under Debian is named <qt4-doc-html> and is round about
> 80Mbyte big.
Possibly. I didn't realise that there's a package with Python versions
of the HTML example pages. The source code is part of the python-qt4-doc
The C++ version of the example is documented online here:
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