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> Qwidgetstack, how to ? it doesnt show any widgets
nilch
post Mar 20 2006, 10:24 AM
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I am using the QWidgetStack to create a sideBar element in my program which can change on context - a context sensitive changing sideBar menu element.

So I am adding widgets into the WidgetStack and them calling the widgetStack control in the main screen. On the desktop - this method works fine and I can raiseWidgets as needed to the front.

But on the Zaurus, the whole widgetStack control doesnt show up at all.
There are no errors when using QWidgetStack on Qt/E, but nothing shows at all.

What is heppening here ?Is the QWidgetStack implementation the same in QT/E as in QT.

Code sample as below
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class controlWidgets(QWidgetStack) :
def __init__(self,parent = None,name = None):
QWidgetStack.__init__(self,parent,name)

if name == None:
self.setName('')

self.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy(4,7,self.sizePolicy().hasHeightForWidth()))
self.setMinimumSize(QSize(90,120))
self.setMaximumSize(QSize(160,420))

self.widgetMain = controls(self) # control is the main widget class
self.widgetLocal = controlLocal(self) #controlLocal is a local widget
self.addWidget(self.widgetMain,1)
self.addWidget(self.widgetLocal,2)

in the main section I call controlWidgets as below
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self.sideBar = controlWidgets(self)
self.sideBar.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy(0,0,self.sideBar.sizePolicy().hasHeightFo
Width()))
self.layoutSideBar.addWidget(self.sideBar)
self.sideBar.show()



I have read on other threads that the QWidgetStack on QT/E has a bug - is this the reason for the non-visibility of the WidgetStack control on the Zaurus ?
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nilch
post Apr 13 2006, 08:42 AM
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Hi netog,

I haven't yet tried Python with MySQL, but I am sure it should work.

There is a MySQL module for python so that one can easily make calls to the database. So far I have used very small datasets and have strored them as XML files rather than a full-blows database.

for more on MySQL module...
http://www.devshed.com/c/a/Python/MySQL-Co...ty-With-Python/

I think Python with PyQT makes a very good GUI based application tool.
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