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QDoubleSpinBox + mousePressEvent
Hi Qt comunity !
I am trying to implement my own version of the QDoubleSpinBox to have it act like in Maya with int/FloatFields so you can Ctrl+click+drag to change the value.
I have this system working on a QLabel by setting the text from my value but then when I try to do it on a QDoubleSpinBox I have a problem with the mousePressEvent. It only works on the arrowButtons, not it the field itself...
here is my initial code :
class MayaLikeDoubleField(QtGui.QDoubleSpinBox): def __init__(self, parent): super(MayaLikeDoubleField, self).__init__() self.offset = 0 def mousePressEvent(self, event): self.offset = event.x() def mouseMoveEvent(self, event): modifiers = QtGui.QApplication.keyboardModifiers() if modifiers == QtCore.Qt.ControlModifier: QtGui.QWidget.mouseMoveEvent(self, event) relPos = event.x()-self.offset print relPos*0.01 # instead of printing I would set the value.
In this case, it doesn' work. So I have tried this :
class Widget(QtGui.QWidget): def __init__(self): super(Widget, self).__init__() self.layout = QtGui.QHBoxLayout(self) self.sbox = QtGui.QDoubleSpinBox() self.layout.addWidget(self.line) self.sbox.installEventFilter(self) def eventFilter(self, obj, event): modifiers = QtGui.QApplication.keyboardModifiers() if modifiers == QtCore.Qt.ControlModifier: if self.layout.indexOf(obj) != -1: if event.type() == event.MouseButtonPress: print "Widget click" if event.type() == event.MouseMove: print "Widget Move" return super(Widget, self).eventFilter(obj, event)
And surprise ! it doesn't work ... but if i replace the QDoubleSpinBox by a QLineEdit it does work ... why ? for me it works the same way as by default the mousePressButton doesn't work on it...
Is there anything special that I am missing ?
Goffer last edited by
For the time being, I will re create the QspinBox with a QLineEdit so I will get working. But I don't give up on finding why it doesn't work.
You should try to put your filter on the QLineEdit from the QDoubleSpinBox. You can get it using
Hope it helps
Goffer last edited by
It doesn't work, here is the raised error :
'builtin_function_or_method' object has no attribute 'installEventFilter'
but was a nice try.
Didn't you forgot the parenthesis ?
nope i didn't but I forgot to save changes ^^ but stil, it doesn't work. no error raised this time and still not displaying the click print.
from my second example, I need to access the focusOutEvent of my QLineEdit, how can I reach that ? I don't want to subclass QLineEdit ...
Again, the filter is your friend, QFocusEvent gives you that information.
I have tried to add a focusOut event in my loop but it doesn't detect it ...
if event.type() == event.FocusOut: print "Widget focusOut"