[PyKDE] Shading after QListView.setSelected()

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Tue Mar 29 10:35:20 BST 2005

> This question has to be something simple, but I just started programming
> PyQt.  I fill a listview with lines of text then select the first line
> with QListView.setSelected(QListView.firstChild(), True).  The
> appropriate item is shaded, but the shading is grey rather than blue.
> I figure that means that the item is not enabled.  Right so far?  So I
> tried QListView.firstChild().setEnabled(True).  I get an
> AttributeError.  The Qt documentation says that QListView.firstChild()
> returns a QListViewItem and that QListViewItem has an attribute
> setEnabled.  Is this a bug?  Using isEnabled() also produces an
> AttributeError.

Can you post a small, complete example that demonstrate's the problem -
and the text of the exception?


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