Control display of gridlines and borders in header of QTreeView

(W10 platform) What I’m trying to get (I was asked to produce a target outcome, with Gimp): What I currently get: MRE: from PyQt5.QtCore import QRect, Qt, QAbstractTableModel from PyQt5.QtWidgets …

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

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): …