PyGUI as a standard GUI API for Python?
luke.leighton at googlemail.com
Tue Oct 14 12:55:08 CEST 2008
On Oct 13, 10:56 pm, David Boddie <da... at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
> On Monday 13 October 2008 11:42, lkcl wrote:
> > i don't know if it _was_ detached from the layout, but it was
> > definitely still visible. see
> > for the example i was porting to pyqt4. each time i clicked "Next", a
> > new set of N,N would be _overlaid_ on top of the old ones, even though
> > i was doing removeItem().
> Yes, it just sounds like you needed to delete the layouts after removing
> > the code's athttp://lkcl.net/pyjamas-desktop/pyqt4.tgz
> I might take a look later in the week if the code in there is runnable.
yeah, it is.
hello_loader.py is the main.... err.... um.... i just double-
checked, so i'd be able to advise you and... err... the problem i
described (with the GridTest) seems to have... gone away!!
*slightly embarrassed* :)
however, clicking too fast _did_ end up with fifty little windows of
and the respect for text boundaries is definitely broken - shrink the
window to 300 x 400 with the kitchensink example (which is where i
stopped and moved to webkit, so all the _other_ examples prior to that
will work) and you'll see that the text in a column down the left hand
side end up all overlapping each other. so, you get to see the top
few pixels of each word.
if there's a way to enforce the displaying of text - for the _text_
to say "i need to be a total area of X in order to display my words.
if you make my width too small, i will _force_ my height to be larger
as i wrap the text".
just like an HTML <p> </p> does.
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