Signal/Slots doesn't work with QSlider and QDoubleSpinBox



  • @mrjj
    QObject::connect: No such slot ResizeImageDialog::hightChanged(double) in ..\TextPad\PagesTextEdit.h:167
    QObject::connect: No such slot QDoubleSpinBox::setValue(int) in ..\TextPad\PagesTextEdit.h:168
    yes: false


  • Qt Champions 2016

    @HenrikSt.
    Says it cant see the slot function
    ResizeImageDialog::hightChanged

    check spelling etc.



  • @mrjj
    hightChanged is not important.

    The Code under that -> QDoubleSpinBox::setValue(int)


  • Qt Champions 2016

    @HenrikSt.
    well check spelling and parameters.



  • @mrjj
    From valueChanged and setValue?



  • @mrjj
    But the spelling is correct...

    Should i paste the all files in Project or a link to them?


  • Qt Champions 2016

    which objects are you trying to bind ?
    show your connect statement after the change to int.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi,

    QDoubleSpinBox has no such slot, only setValue(double). Use the new Qt 5 notation for your connection, that will solve your problem.

    i.e.

    connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
    

  • Moderators

    See http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/signalsandslots-syntaxes.html#type-checking-and-implicit-type-conversions -- it uses exactly QSlider and QDoubleSpinBox in an example, and explains why it "doesn't work" with the old connection style.



  • @SGaist
    Thank you, it works!

    But how can do that:

    I have a chackbox. If the Checkbox is checked, the two spinboxes are Ratio. If i changed one slider, the other slider changed too. They both are Ratio to each other.

    Do you understand?


  • Moderators

    Not really. Should both QDoubleSpinbox have the same value if that checkbox is checked?



  • @jsulm
    They should have the value when:

    1. The Checkbox is checked and
    2. one slider is dragged. So than both checkboxes have the value from slider

    U understand?


  • Moderators

    Unfortunately not:
    First version: "I have a chackbox. If the Checkbox is checked, the two spinboxes are Ratio. If i changed one slider, the other slider changed too. They both are Ratio to each other."

    Second version: "
    The Checkbox is checked and
    one slider is dragged. So than both checkboxes have the value from slider"

    In the first version you are talking about two spinboxes in the second version you are talking about two checkboxes. Sorry, but I'm lost...
    And you did not answer my question whether both spinboxes (I assume you really mean spinboxes) should have the same value if one of them is changed while checkbox is checked.



  • @jsulm
    Yes, sorry. I mean SpinBoxes...

    Your Question:

    Yes, both should have the same value when the ceckbox is checked:

       if (m_keepRatioCheckBox->isChecked())
       {
          connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_widthSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_widthSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
       }
    

    This won't work..


  • Moderators

    What you could do: if, for example, sliderHeight is changed you do not set m_widthSpinBox directly, but instead you calculate the difference between m_hightSpinBox and its new value and add this difference (which can be negative) to m_widthSpinBox.
    You will need your own slots for that.



  • @jsulm
    Can you make/Show an example, please?


  • Moderators

    I did not test this code:

    void MyClass::sliderHeightChanged(int value)
    {
        double diff = m_heightSpinBox->value - value;
        m_heightSpinBox->setValue(value);
        m_widthSpinBox->setValue(m_widthSpinBox->value + diff);
    }
    
    void MyClass::sliderWidthChanged(int value)
    {
    
        double diff = m_widthSpinBox->value - value;
        m_widthSpinBox->setValue(value);
        m_HeightSpinBox->setValue(m_heightSpinBox->value + diff);
    }
    
    if (m_keepRatioCheckBox->isChecked())
    {
        connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, this, &MyClass::sliderHeightChanged);
        connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, this, &MyClass::sliderWidthChanged);
    }
    


  • @jsulm
    I have written all the Code for the Dialog in a Header file..



  • @jsulm
    Where can i insert your Code?

    class ResizeImageDialog : public QDialog
    {
    Q_OBJECT
    
    double         m_ratio;
    
    QLabel         *m_widthLabel;
    QLabel         *m_hightLabel;
    QDoubleSpinBox *m_widthSpinBox;
    QDoubleSpinBox *m_hightSpinBox;
    QRadioButton   *m_keepRatioCheckBox;
    QPushButton    *m_okButton;
    QPushButton    *m_cancelButton;
    QSlider        *sliderWidth;
    QSlider        *sliderHeight;
    QHBoxLayout    *m_widthLayout;
    QHBoxLayout    *m_hightLayout;
    QHBoxLayout    *m_buttonLayout;
    QVBoxLayout    *m_generalLayout;
    
    
    public:
    ResizeImageDialog(QWidget * parent = 0, double imageWidth = 100.0, double imageHight = 100.0) : QDialog(parent)
    {
       m_widthLabel = new QLabel("Breite");
       m_hightLabel = new QLabel("Höhe");
    
       m_widthSpinBox = new QDoubleSpinBox;
       m_widthSpinBox->setMaximum(1500);
       m_widthSpinBox->setValue(imageWidth);
    
    
       sliderHeight = new QSlider(Qt::Horizontal);
       sliderHeight->setMaximum(1500);
       sliderHeight->setMinimum(0);
    
    
    
    
       sliderWidth = new QSlider(Qt::Horizontal);
       sliderWidth->setMaximum(1500);
       sliderWidth->setMinimum(0);
    
    
       m_hightSpinBox = new QDoubleSpinBox;
       m_hightSpinBox->setMaximum(1500);
       m_hightSpinBox->setValue(imageHight);
    
       connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
       connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_widthSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
    
       m_ratio = imageWidth / imageHight;
    
       m_keepRatioCheckBox = new QRadioButton("Keep ratio", this);
       m_keepRatioCheckBox->setChecked(false);
    
    
       if (m_keepRatioCheckBox->isChecked())
       {
          connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderHeight, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_widthSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_hightSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          connect(sliderWidth, &QSlider::valueChanged, m_widthSpinBox, &QDoubleSpinBox::setValue);
          m_hightSpinBox->setValue(25.8);
       }
    
       
       
       
       
    
       m_widthLayout = new QHBoxLayout;
       m_widthLayout->addWidget(m_widthLabel);
       m_widthLayout->addWidget(m_widthSpinBox);
       m_widthLayout->addWidget(sliderWidth);
    
       m_hightLayout = new QHBoxLayout;
       m_hightLayout->addWidget(m_hightLabel);
       m_hightLayout->addWidget(m_hightSpinBox);
       m_hightLayout->addWidget(sliderHeight);
    
       m_okButton = new QPushButton("Ok");
       connect(m_okButton, SIGNAL(clicked()), this, SLOT(accept()));
    
       m_cancelButton = new QPushButton("Abbrechen");
       connect(m_cancelButton, SIGNAL(clicked()), this, SLOT(reject()));
    
       m_buttonLayout = new QHBoxLayout;
       m_buttonLayout->addStretch();
       m_buttonLayout->addWidget(m_okButton);
       m_buttonLayout->addWidget(m_cancelButton);
    
       m_generalLayout = new QVBoxLayout;
       m_generalLayout->addLayout(m_widthLayout);
       m_generalLayout->addLayout(m_hightLayout);
       m_generalLayout->addWidget(m_keepRatioCheckBox);
       m_generalLayout->addLayout(m_buttonLayout);
       setLayout(m_generalLayout);
    
       setMaximumSize(500, 300);
       resize(350, 100);
       setModal(true);
       //resize(670,630);
       setWindowTitle(tr("Bildgröße ändern"));
       setWindowFlags(windowFlags() & ~Qt::WindowContextHelpButtonHint);
    }
    
    static QPair<double, double> getNewSize(QWidget * parent = 0, double imageWidth = 100.0, double imageHight = 100.0)
    {
       ResizeImageDialog dlg(parent, imageWidth, imageHight);
    
       dlg.exec();
    
    
    
       QPair<double, double> size;
       size.first  = dlg.m_widthSpinBox->value();
       size.second = dlg.m_hightSpinBox->value();
       return size;
    }
    };
    
    
    #endif // PAGESTEXTEDIT_H
    
    
    

    A .cpp file is not there for the dialog



  • @jsulm
    Are there other methods for resizing an Image?

    Maybe drag the Image in the Corners for resizing?


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