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Hello,

Is there anyone using pyQt who can tell me if I can set/change the internal
id of a pushbutton myself ? I can't find anything in the docs...

Tnx,

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Tom Van den Brandt
I try...
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Tom Van den Brandt <gu*******@pi.b e> writes:
Is there anyone using pyQt who can tell me if I can set/change the internal
id of a pushbutton myself ? I can't find anything in the docs...


What internal id? I don't remember one. What problem are you trying
to solve?
John
Jul 18 '05 #2
John J. Lee wrote:
Tom Van den Brandt <gu*******@pi.b e> writes:
Is there anyone using pyQt who can tell me if I can set/change the
internal
id of a pushbutton myself ? I can't find anything in the docs...


What internal id? I don't remember one. What problem are you trying
to solve?
John


Every button within a buttongroup gets a buttongroupid. That way if a button
is clicked, you can know wich button in the group it was...
Problem is solved now, I could simply set the id's with qtdesigner. That
was something I overlooked.

Tnx,

--
Tom Van den Brandt
I try...
Jul 18 '05 #3

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