Password input on a treewidgetitem
dnlhoust last edited by
Hello all (and happy christmas/holidays!)
To the point: How do I get a QTreeWidgetItem to respect a QLineEdits setEchoMode(QLineEdit.Password) ?
I've been banging my head against the wall for this for the last day:
I have a subclass of QTreeWidgetItem (which simply adds one extra field to the class)
I create an instance of it, add it to my TreeWidget:
twi = DIMTreeWidgetItem.DIMTreeWidgetItem(uuid.uuid4(), [field_name, '<Empty>']) ... self.ui_instance.main_window.treeWidget.addTopLevelItem(twi)
I edit that an instance based on a double click of that item with:
This works fine.
I have a delegate attached to that column which is simply:
def __init__(self, parent=None, *args): QStyledItemDelegate.__init__(self, parent, *args) def createEditor(self, parent, option, index): le = QLineEdit('', parent) le.setEchoMode(QLineEdit.PasswordEchoOnEdit) return le
But it seems this only effects the item during editing. What is the correct way for me to obscure the content of the treewidgetitem after editing?
-KRS- last edited by
I haven't done this myself, but I'm guessing you need to override QStyledItemDelegate's paint() method as well. So something like they've done here.
This question is identical to https://forum.qt.io/topic/97835/custom-qtablewidgetitem
You just need to translate the C++ code of the solution to python, should be easy