how to select a particlular portion of a window’s client area to display in window’s thumbnail in the taskbar in Python/PyQt5/PySide2/Tkinter?

I want to set a particular portion(like only a frame or widget) of my application window to taskbar thumbnail.I found one windows API that is ITaskbarList3::SetThumbnailClip here but this is in C++.I …

This application failed to start because no Qt platform plugin could be initialized

I am new to programming and I am stuck trying to run a very simple Python script, getting this error: qt.qpa.plugin: Could not find the Qt platform plugin “cocoa” in “” This application failed to …

Post request by QWebEngineHttpRequest (PyQt5)

I have a question about making POST request in PyQt5. Unfortunately official documentation for this framework for Python doesen’t exist. I have to translate docs from C++ to Python. I have a problem …

How to inject widgets between QHeaderView and QTableView?

I would like to display widgets between the QHeaderView and the rest of the QTableView, like in the example picture below (created with Photoshop), as this seems like a natural way to enable input for filtering columns. Does anybody have any ideas of how to inject widgets inbetween? Answer Below is a demo of a FilterHeader class that I wrote for one of my own projects. You will probably need to adapt it to suit your own needs, but it should already do most what you want. The padding around the filter boxes is unlikely to work the same on

Is it possible to paint a QGraphicsItem inside the paint() method?

I’m creating a subclass of QGraphicsItem, and this subclass has different places that the user can click. My idea is for each component clicked to create a subclass of QGraphicsItem with …

How to delete row/rows from a qtableview in pyqt?

I am using QStandardItemModel for my qtableview. import ui_my_viewlogs import os from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui class my_viewlogs(QtGui.QDialog, ui_my_viewlogs.Ui_viewlogs): def __init__(self): …

What is the correct way to make my PyQt application quit when killed from the console (Ctrl-C)?

What is the correct way to make my PyQt application quit when killed from the console (Ctrl-C)? Currently (I have done nothing special to handle unix signals), my PyQt application ignores SIGINT (…