[PyQt] Trouble reading a model index from an "untouched" combo box
dcassidy36 at mass.rr.com
Tue Jan 26 22:41:40 GMT 2010
I don't think you need to use the view pointer at all - it's returning
QAbstractItemView *, which I would assume it would need to be casted to
the proper class in C++. If that's so, by design the Abstract class will
return an invalid index. Try to use self.comboBox.currentIndex() instead
- it returns -1 if theres no selected index (which there won't be when
you first set the model until you manually or programatically select one)
Claudio Felix wrote:
> 2010/1/26 Demetrius Cassidy <dcassidy36 at mass.rr.com>:
>> How about selecting index 0 once the combobox is initialized with the
>> database data? It sounds to me that it has no valid index when first
>> initialized, and if you try to programmatically select the first index, it's
>> returning an invalid one. You don't need to generate a signal, just use
>> something like .setCurrentIndex(0).
> Thanks for the answer Demetrius. Unfortunately, it didn't change it.
> Maybe I do have to use a QDataWidgetMapper on the combo box? I thought
> just getting the model associated with it should do it.. it shows all
> the models' values indeed...
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