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Qt::Failing to Add QWidget as a parent to QListView
Stoned Jesus last edited by
Well I am facing an issue related to layout. I have a class by name AVCHDClipListWidget which is inherited from QWidget. By using QVBoxLayout, I am setting the layout of this ListWidget as follows:
@m_pAVCHDClipListWidget = new AVCHDClipListWidget(this); QWidget *pListWidget = new QWidget(); QVBoxLayout *playout = new QVBoxLayout(pListWidget); playout->setSpacing(m_layoutSpacing);@ @m_pAVCHDClipListWidget->setFixedHeight(m_topMargin); m_pAVCHDClipListWidget->setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy::Expanding,QSizePolicy::Fixed); playout->addWidget(m_pAVCHDClipListWidget);@
When I create the object for AVCHDClipListWidget class, the constructor executes the following statements:
@m_pSecondaryListView = new AVCHDBinListView(this); QGridLayout *pgridlayout = new QGridLayout(this); m_pSecondaryListView->setEditTriggers(QListView::NoEditTriggers); pgridlayout->addWidget(m_pSecondaryListView);@
Here AVCHDBinListView is a class which inherits from QListView. When I execute this code, I get a listview with the fixed height and expandable width as shown in the above code.
But I need a widget which surrounds it. Basically a Qwidget, inside which this list view should be visible. I am failing to achieve it. Please help :)
b1gsnak3 last edited by
well... the easiest way would be to set the layout of the surrounding widget which you want with the Listview you want... I used the class names because the names you provided are too long but basically this is what you need to do...