Python, PyQT and QSpinBox
jgardn at alumni.washington.edu
Sun Dec 2 15:21:34 CET 2001
On Sunday 02 December 2001 08:02 am, Yngve F. Johansen wrote:
> I'm rather new to Python, and to GUI programming as well. I've been fooling
> around with the QT toolkit, and find it extremely easy and intuitive to
> work with, short of one thing I can't figure out:
> I use a QSpinBox in my dialog, and it works, kind of. The problem is when I
> enter text rather than use the Up/Down buttons. The text isn't
> to an integer-value automatically, but if I move the mouse-pointer over the
> widget buttons it gets converted.
Humm... looks like a post for the PyQt mailing list. I am sure they would be
glad to help you out.
> Is there a way to change this behavior? I've tried to subclass the QSpinBox
> write my own functions, but it didn't help a whole lot.
Rewriting something just because it isn't behaving the way you expected...
kind of beats the purpose of using a standard set of widgets, huh? Looks like
the widget should be rewritten not from your program, but from the source
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