[PyQt] Dialog Window's Position Offset
Brent.Villalobos at pdi.dreamworks.com
Tue Oct 13 22:09:51 BST 2009
FYI, there was a ticket to Nokia about this issue and it was closed
citing that it is a bug in GNOME's window manager.
Brent Villalobos wrote:
> Thanks. I recall reading that document a long time ago and it didn't
> "click" until now. Unfortunately, it looks like I fall into that
> category of window managers where QWidget.pos() will just return the
> wrong value at times for certain windows.
> Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
>> Am Dienstag 13 Oktober 2009 schrieb Brent Villalobos:
>>> Thanks for the response Baz. I'm trying to save a window's position
>>> when I close a window. I would think that the position recorded on my
>>> last move event would be the one recorded on the window's close event.
>>> The fact that it is not points to an issue either with Qt, PyQt, or my
>>> window manager. It isn't a good situation when you can't trust the
>>> pos() method for a window. Since you're getting normal results, I'm
>>> starting to think that the window manager is to blame, not PyQt or Qt.
>>> FYI, I am on Red Hat Enterprise Linux v5.3 with PyQt v4.4.4 and Qt
>> Brent, you didn't mention, what you were after until now. Please run
>> assistant and search for "Window Geometry".
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