Unfortunately it seems that it's not enough to trigger the scrollbar of the parent.
The solution I found is to set the fixedWidth of the table like this :
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Did you put your widgets in layouts ?
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Thanks for the advice mrjj. I used the translate functions and the save and restore to ensure that each section has a logical coordinate system that makes sense to it.
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Yes, you can, but then you'll need at some point to update the scene's viewport (the QSceneView) manually and this might have some undesirable effects when you move/resize your widget(s).
Thanks Chris. That solves the problem.
Are you sure indexAt() for every row is not slower then just iterating between indexes and checking that row is not hidden?
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