[PyQt] SplashScreen and mousePressEvent
projetmbc at club-internet.fr
Wed Apr 8 14:39:01 BST 2009
Brian Kelley a écrit :
> The splashscreen is probably not what you want. You can make a QFrame
> and apply the following styles
> QFrame( parent, Qt.X11BypassWindowManagerHint | Qt.FramelessWindowHint |
> Qt.WindowStaysOnTopHint | Qt.Tool )
> You will need to override the mouseClickEvent to close this window.
> To place it you can get the mouse’s x,y position when right clicking
> on the tree node and create the frame (with the appropriate images
> inside) and then place it appropriately.
> On 4/8/09 8:41 AM, "projetmbc" <projetmbc at club-internet.fr> wrote:
> Ok. Thanks a lot for the informations. I've tried another method
> and it
> works well. Indeed I use a SplashScreen to show a single picture
> associated to a node in a TreeWidget when the user does a right
> click on it.
> A last question. Is it possible to choose the position where the
> SplashScreen appears ?
> Brian Kelley a écrit :
> > First, get rid of the mousePressEvent since the Splashscreen
> closes by
> > default when the user clicks on it. Also, make sure you start the
> > event loop otherwise qt can’t detect mouse events. (Note the
> > code won’t stop the application, you may need to kill it afterwards)
> > from PyQt4 import QtGui
> > import sys
> > app = QtGui.QApplication(sys.argv)
> > pixmap = QtGui.QPixmap("splash.png")
> > splash = QtGui.QSplashScreen(pixmap)
> > splash.show()
> > app.exec_()
> > On 4/8/09 7:56 AM, "projetmbc" <projetmbc at club-internet.fr> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I would like to close a splashscreen if the user clicks on it. I
> > decide
> > to subclass QtGui.QSplashScreen to do that but the following code
> > doesn't catch the mouse press event. Why ?
> > Best regards.
> > Christophe
> > ======
> > The code
> > ======
> > class mySplashScreen(QtGui.QSplashScreen):
> > def __init__(self, pixmap):
> > super(QtGui.QSplashScreen, self).__init__(pixmap)
> > def mousePressEvent(self, event):
> > print 'ok'
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You're right. I will try to do that with a frame but the adventage of a
SplashScreen is that it lives for a laps of time.
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