[PyQt] Use QWebview with Flash plugin
gelonida at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 10:12:12 BST 2011
Thanks a lot for your help.
Installing a normal Firefox Flash plugin and setting
QWebSettings.PluginsEnabled to True did the trick.
Thanks a gain
04/18/2011 02:31 AM, David Boddie wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Apr 2011 18:55:43 +0200, Gelonida Gmail wrote:
>> I'd like to have a small QWebview window in our application, which could
>> display the contents of a web page requiring Flash.
>> Is this possible with PyQT?
>> If yes, is it possible
>> - on a Windows platform
>> - on a linux platform
> Yes, on both, but much depends on the versions of the Flash plugin and the
> WebKit library being used. It's probably best to ask people which versions
> of Qt they are using successfully together with Flash then test those
>> which version of Flash would be supported and what would be the procedure:
>> - to install the flash plugin
> This would be the place used by Firefox.
>> - tell pyqt where the plugins are located
> The Qt 4.5 documentation had a section about this:
> In other words, it shouldn't be necessary to do anything.
>> - activate the plugin for a given QWebview window
> I don't think you can enable/disable plugins on a per-window basis. I could
> be wrong, however, and I'm sure that there are people reading this that do
> a lot more with WebKit than I do.
>> What versions would be supported.
> I'm not sure about this. Searching this mailing list's archives and those
> for qt-interest might reveal some data.
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