[Solved] Restrain Height of QHBoxLayout
I've looked into the doc and played around with QHBoxLayout, but i can't seem to be able to restrain its size (especially it height).
I have a layout with labels, and icons, i want it to be 25px high (not less, not more). I've tried to use 'setGeometry()' passing in a QRect and 'setHeight(25)', and then using setSizeConstraint(3). But no matter what i choose, the layout seems to take on a height of about 40 to 50. The layout's geometry().height() however shows '0' no matter what i do...
I'm a bit confused now, could you help me?
Set its layoutsizeconstraint to fixedsize.
Also the labels, icons you use in the layout should have size policy fixed.(at least one of them)
Thanks. It's exactly what i did:
@self.label1 = QtGui.QLabel("hello", self)
self.hbox = QtGui.QHBoxLayout()
And if i query the geometry:
label heightis: 24
hbox sizehint PyQt4.QtCore.QSize(72, 24)
hbox size constraint: 3
x pos: 0;
y pos: 0;
Despite this, the height is not 24, but rather app. 40 to 50 px high.
it think you forgot to set
or something like that.
Apparently the problem was due to the margins of the QHBoxLayout which i had to set with setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0).