PySide 1.2.2 setMaxWidth and AeroSnap

Vincent Vande Vyvre vincent.vande.vyvre at telenet.be
Sun Nov 16 18:34:35 CET 2014


Le 16/11/2014 16:51, Juan Christian a écrit :
> PySide 1.2.2
> Python 3.4.2
>
> Code:
>
> from PySide.QtGui import *
>
> class MainWindow(QWidget):
> def __init__(self):
> QWidget.__init__(self)
> self.setMinimumSize(600, 700)
> self.setMaximumWidth(600)
> self.setLayout(QVBoxLayout())
>
> * Call to this module in another module *
> app = QApplication(sys.argv)
> window = MainWindow()
> window.show()
> app.exec_()
>
> When I set the "setMaxWidth" I can't use the Windows AeroSnap anymore, 
> why?
>
> I didn't set a "setMaxHeight", so this shouldn't lock me from doing 
> the snap. Without the "setMaxWidth" the AeroSnap works as usual, but I 
> need to limit my width to 600, because I need my tool to have this 
> kind of "short-width, long-height" look.
>
>
No probleme with PyQt but I think this is a window manager question. 
Window, gnome, KDE, Mate, ...


If your widget is a QMainWindow or a QDialog add a size grip:

         self.setSizeGripEnabled(True)

The QWidget don't have this method, so, in this case, you must 
reimplement his resizeEvent()

Vincent



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