[PyQt] Slider sender().value()
russ at coldstonelabs.org
Tue Mar 2 00:31:42 GMT 2010
Gib Bogle wrote:
> Using PyQt 4.5.4, I'm getting strange behaviour with sliders.
> Everything works as expected when the slider handle is dragged, but not
> when the Left/Right keys are used (this is a horizontal slider). What
> happens here is the Left key works OK, being able to take the value all
> the way down to 0, but the Right key increases the value a few times
> then starts switching back and forth between n and n+1, where it isn't
> obvious what determines n, but in any case it's not determined by the
> maximum value set for the slider. Two slider both have a maximum value
> set at 100. After moving the slider handle to 0, one slider will only
> move to the right to 2 before switching between 1 and 2, while the other
> goes up to 36 37 36 ...
> Is this a known bug, or does it suggest an error in my code?
> I'm using PyQt 4.5.4 because 4.7 doesn't work with PyQwt 5.2.0.
I would suggest sending a small example version of the code that just
has enough code to show the problem you are talking about. You also
might find the problem when making this small example.
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