[PySide] child widget cropped by parent's viewport
Frank Rueter | OHUfx
frank at ohufx.com
Mon Jul 14 13:53:39 CEST 2014
one of me typical issues:
I have a QMenu parented to the main app but it gets cropped by the
parent widget's viewport (because it's button is right at the top of the
I tried not parenting the menu and manually moving it instead via it's
show() event using parent.mapTo(parent.pos()). But I can't get the
correct positioning, the menu just shows up all over the shop no matter
what combination of positions I try.
Another thought would be to adjust the size of the parent to accommodate
for the menu (the parent widget is fully transparent), but that would
trigger the paint event, which woudl re-position the buttons, and I
would be chasing my tail.
There is no easier way to make a widget show outside of it's parent's
widget's viewport than the first solution I mentioned, right?
In other words I just need to figure out how to get the correct screen
position and manually move the menu.
Then I'm guessing I should call deleteLater() or something in it's
parent's close event to ensure it gets garbage collected?
Am I on the right track here?
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