[PyQt] problems with PyQt book custom view examples [Win7]
post at romi.ee
Tue Dec 8 09:51:36 GMT 2009
Everything else seems to be working apart from the little bug with saving
application settings to Windows registry. It does "remember" the application
size and position, but recently used files do not get loaded when the
program is relaunched. I checked, that recently used program data gets
written to the registry (at least some kind of byte array) on application
termination, but somewhere in the application loading process it gets lost
or is not recognised.
2009/12/8 Mark Summerfield <mark at qtrac.eu>
> On 2009-12-08, Romi Agar wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I seem to be experiencing some problems with custom view examples in
> > PyQt book. I'm running Win 7 x64, Python 2.6.4rc2, PyQt 4.6.2. The
> > problem is with chapter 14 and 16 custom view applications. When run,
> > they show empty tables (no visible data) with different background
> > color shades on some rows. The Chapter 16 waterquality example has an
> > empty table with 17508 rows. Does someone maybe know a solution to
> > this problem?
> I just tried all the examples in those chapters with:
> - Python 2.6.2, Qt 4.5.3, PyQt 4.5.1, Linux 32-bit
> - Python 2.6.4, Qt 4.5.3, PyQt 4.6.2, Windows XP 32-bit
> and they ran fine. (I ran them from the console from their own
> I don't have Windows 7, so can't test on your platform.
> If the problem is with Qt, it might take a while before it is fixed
> since Windows 7 is a "Tier 2" platform for Qt 4.6 (should be Tier 1 for
> Qt 4.7), so bugs in Qt for Windows 7 may not get high priority yet.
> I haven't heard of other people having problems like this with Windows 7
> though---at least not yet. And it is hard to know what the problem really
> is, let alone suggest a solution. Do the other examples work okay?
> Mark Summerfield, Qtrac Ltd, www.qtrac.eu
> C++, Python, Qt, PyQt - training and consultancy
> "Advanced Qt Programming" - ISBN 0321635906
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