[PyQt] strange scrolling behavior everywhere

Peter Schmidtke pschmidtke at mmb.pcb.ub.es
Wed Feb 17 01:05:25 GMT 2010

On Wed, 17 Feb 2010 01:59:48 +0100, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 17.02.10 01:43:36, Peter Schmidtke wrote:
>> Thanks for answering already :) I know I did not provide lots of
>> information, but more because I thought that this behaviour was somehow
>> normal.
>> Find attached to this mail my ui file. It behaves the same way when I do
>> the preview in the qt designer.
> I can't find anything unusual with that file in my Qt4.6 designer.
> Clicking onto the scrollbar handle with the left button doesn't do
> anything, clicking above or below the handle scrolls up/down. Pressing
> and dragging the scrollbar handle also scrolls normally.
> The context menu on the scrollbar seems to be normal with Qt4.

hopefully it's the same on my machine one day, for now it isn't :)

>> If I remember well (I'm getting old), I installed Qt4, but surely not
>> over
>> the rpm package manager. Probably I got it shipped with eric + qt
>> designer
>> etc.... I still have qt3 packages installed on the machine, can they
>> interfere?
> Usually not, Qt3 designer will refuse to load Qt4 files. Qt4 designer
> will convert them if possible and warn you about that. There shouldn't
> be such strange runtime-interferences. 


>> I do not know if this is linked, but I also can not use "normally again"
>> the dock widgets. I can not pull them around, even when they should
>> float,
>> they are indeed detached from the main window...but I can not drag them
>> around like I normally should be able to do. I tried pretty much
>> everything
>> in the qt designer and finally gave it up (so there aren't in the
>> ui file).
> Does this work with the dockwidgets in designer itself? 

Yes the dockwidgets of the designer itself work neatly. Just my own that I
want to include are just fixed. 

> Andreas


Peter Schmidtke

PhD Student at the Molecular Modeling and Bioinformatics Group
Dep. Physical Chemistry
Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Barcelona

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