[PyQt] Set a SVG image as background and with transparency
Gustavo A. Díaz
gustavo.diaz at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 00:56:55 BST 2007
Thanks David, i will investigate on that, meanwhile i am developing others
parts of my app, cause that is only EyeCandy, so is not critical... but i
hope to resolve that.
Anyway, who want to see a total QT styled app? :D Still there is much work i
Here some pics:
2007/8/9, David Boddie <david at boddie.org.uk>:
> On Thursday 09 August 2007 04:41, Gustavo A. Díaz wrote:
> > Well guys... i am getting nuts trying to do this :S
> Sorry to hear that. Trying to make windows partially transparent will do
> that to you. :-/
> > Here is an example i what i really want:
> > Superkaramba Applet:
> > Now, superkaramba is developed with C++/Python/QT. As you could see,
> > they do not use QT background for the app, but .png pixmaps as
> > backgrounds and with transparency.
> I don't know very much about Superkaramba but I believe it doesn't
> paint onto normal windows. If you are using a platform that supports
> window composition then it may be possible to do this with "normal" PyQt
> applications, but otherwise you may well be disappointed.
> > Anyone could help me to make this possible?
> > I've read a lot of examples ... but still i cant make it :S
> > Thanks guys and sorry to disturb you... but i am stuck on this...
> There is some information about this in the qt-interest mailing list
> Basically, unless I'm missing some information, it's not as simple as one
> might expect. You might get more suggestions for ways to do what you want
> by looking at the qt-interest or kde-devel mailing list archives, or even
> asking on there:
> PyQt mailing list PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com
Gustavo A. Díaz
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