[PySide] animate QStackedLayout?
Frank Rueter | OHUfx
frank at ohufx.com
Wed Apr 4 23:53:15 CEST 2012
thanks for your reply and especially the code snippet!
It's kinda cool and it should help me a lot to pick it apart. as you
guessed, ultimately I am after pages filled with various widgets to
slide in and out of view, so not sure if this solution will work.
Nonetheless it's a great example for me to look at and learn a bit more.
On 4/4/12 9:06 PM, Aaron Richiger wrote:
> Hello frank!
> I just changed your code a little with overwriting QStackedWidget. But
> for your purpose, QtStackedWidget seems the wrong widget for me, because
> it's designed to always show only one widget at a time, but what you
> want (I guess) is having a short moment where you see the old page
> sliding out and the new one already behind. You could do so by
> implementing your own StackedWidget. Please note, that my quick and
> dirty version is just a possibility to solve your issue, but there are
> probably more elegant ways to do so (QtAnimation, QtQuick) with less
> overhead. You get the code here:
> I hope, this gives you a rough idea of this possibility!
> Am 04.04.2012 06:46, schrieb Frank Rueter | OHUfx:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm very new to Qt/PySide and am wondering if it's possible to add an
>> animation effect to, let's say, QStackedLayout, for when the page
>> changes. I guess it'd something similar to the way the AppStore works.
>> In this example I'd like to see the new button "push" the old button out
>> of view when the combobox changes:
>> I'm happy to take a good ol' fashioned RTFM, I'm just having a hard time
>> finding the right bit of information out there.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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