[PyKDE] Getting handles on designer created layout boxes
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Sat Feb 28 03:22:01 GMT 2004
> > class Form1(QDialog):
> > def __init__(self,parent = None,name = None,modal = 0,fl = 0):
> > QDialog.__init__(self,parent,name,modal,fl)
> > Form1Layout = QVBoxLayout(self,11,6,"Form1Layout")
> > self.groupBox1 = QGroupBox(self,"groupBox1")
> > self.groupBox1.setColumnLayout(0,Qt.Vertical)
> > groupBox1Layout = QHBoxLayout(self.groupBox1.layout())
> > groupBox1Layout.setAlignment(Qt.AlignTop)
> > Form1Layout.addWidget(self.groupBox1)
>the layout is available from via a call to self.layout() -- you don't have
>to maintain a reference to it because the widget already does that.
On which do I call .layout() to get the groupBox1Layout back?
I tried self.layout() and self.groupBox1.layout() but those are
both QVBoxLayout type.
Actually, I just figured out I can use ...
self.hlayout = self.groupBox1.layout().children()
but that seems a bit roundabout. Is there any way to configure
pyuic to just keep a handle on everything? I have a feeling that
if I move things around in designer, the HBox that I want may no
longer be .children() any more ....
Thanks for your help.
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