[Interest] Hide icon in a QComboBox associated with a Model
andre at familiesomers.nl
Fri Aug 23 18:15:48 CEST 2013
Op 23-8-2013 17:58, Scott Aron Bloom schreef:
> Create a proxy model (derive from QSortFilterProxyModel if you have
> never created one and don't have any sorting or filtering turned on)
> and override the data method, returning QVariant for the icon role.
> Then set the source model for the proxy model, to your original, and
> the model for the combobox to the proxy model.
If you're not going to do any sorting or filtering with the proxy, I
would advise to use QIdentityProxyModel as your base class instead of
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> Behalf Of *Etienne Sandré-Chardonnal
> *Sent:* Friday, August 23, 2013 8:02 AM
> *To:* interest at qt-project.org
> *Subject:* [Interest] Hide icon in a QComboBox associated with a Model
> Dear all,
> I have a model representing the objects loaded in my app. This model
> provides icons for the IconRole, so that the object list docking
> widget looks nice.
> In another control, I want to link a QComboBox with the model. This
> works very well as the QComboBox updates itself with the model updates
> with no additionnal code.
> I want to hide the icons in the QComboBox. I can find no functions for
> disabling them, setting the size to 0 is a workaround, but a space
> remains before the text, which looks not so nice (maybe some non-zero
> layout spacing which remains, even if the icon widget is zero-sized)
> Is there any better and simple option? Maybe adding a hideIcons()
> feature in QComboBox would help.
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