[PyQt] adding keypress event
Janwillem van Dijk
jwevandijk at xs4all.nl
Fri Dec 24 08:35:23 GMT 2010
On 12/23/2010 07:00 PM, mw wrote:
> hope this helps.
> written on python 2.7 with pyqt 4.8.1 on WinXP
> On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 6:14 AM, Janwillem van Dijk
> <jwevandijk at xs4all.nl <mailto:jwevandijk at xs4all.nl>> wrote:
> I have small application build with Eric/Qt Designer. Even for
> somebody like me who does not really understand events, slots,
> signals and signatures this works great. But now I am stuck
> because I want to intercept the PgDn key to do something special
> (fire a camera).
> My projcect (interacting with a camera using gphoto2) consists of
> the following files:
> ui/capture_photo_form.ui (made with Qt Designer)
> ui/Ui_capture_photo_form.py (Eric: Compiled Form)
> ui/capture_photo_form.py (Eric: Generate Dialogue Code plus my own
> capture_photo.py (creates application)
> Please help in the form a piece of example code.
> Many thanks, Janwillem
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> <mailto:PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com>
Thanks a lot, it works. Had seen such an example in "Rapid Gui
Programming with Python and Qt" but could not believe it would be that
simple so I even didn't try. Apparently it is simple.
Thanks again, Janwillem.
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