[PyQt] Strange bug in PyQt
ralsina at kde.org
Fri Aug 8 23:42:19 BST 2008
On Friday 08 August 2008 18:43:12 Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 08.08.08 16:36:35, Roberto Alsina wrote:
> > I don't know how to explain it, si I have to use pictures.
> Are you talking about the cut-off menu items? Or what? Which parts of
> the pictures should we look into/
Cutoff menu items, varying font sizes, the "Search" label, even the left
qtreeview's header is weird.
Loos like font metrics were all cray.
> > In the good version, I create the "star" icon for each item:
> > item1.setIcon(QtGui.QIcon(':/star.svg'))
> > In the bad version, I created a global:
> > star=QtGui.QIcon(':/star.svg')
> > And used it instead:
> > item1.setIcon(star)
> Note that the icon here might vanish as soon as the function is left, so
> your items might have invalid icons - unless they do a deep-copy of the
> given item.
It's in the module's scope so it shouldn't be deleted while the module is
imported. Also since the icon is diplayed I'm assuming it's not deleted.
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