[PyQt] restoreState not working for QDockWidgets
brianz at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 15:40:34 GMT 2009
I hear ya...it's something I've found a bit hard with GUI programming. The
code gets quite large and involved, so boiling it down to a self contained
example demonstrating the issue takes some work. But, I agree it's worth
doing and the issue very well may be solved during that exercise. In my
original post I was simply trying to figure out if this was a known issue or
something else completely obvious that I had missed.
I'll see if I can get the issue reproduced in runnable and smaller example.
Also, as I said in the original post, I have made sure to call
self.setObjectName(__a_unique_name__) on all my QDockWidgets.
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 2:17 AM, Hans-Peter Jansen <hpj at urpla.net> wrote:
> Brian, do you expect us to build a runable script from your artefacts?
> Please keep in mind, that due to the unlimited permutations of OS, Qt, sip,
> and PyQt versions, it's unpossible to estimate the behavior of even the
> simplest code fragments in all circumstances (apart from: QWidget.show()
> will most likely *not* format your harddisk).
> Therefor, it's a long standing best practice here to provide a self
> contained minimum example, the exploits the issue.
> BTW, in my case, 70% of all issues vanish during this exercise, e.g. it's
> mostly a "RTFM" or "between keyboard and chair problem"..., another > 20%
> by looking into Qt itself.
> I estimate the portion of real sip and/or PyQt issues below 3%.
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