On Sat, 11 Aug 2018 11:37:18 -0700 (PDT)
"Edward K. Ream" <edream...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I can get a Turtle window working outside the
> free_layout/nested_splitter framework. The graphics window is a
> separate window, as expected.
> But I'm stumped at how the widget returned from ns_provide eventually
> gets a parent. I don't see that happening in the NestedSplitter
> class. For instance, in either ns.replace_widget or ns.
> replace_widget_at_index. Well actually, there are calls to
> setParent(None), but why would that help?
> Without a parent I don't understand how the Turtle widget will ever
> become visible.
Who told you parents are essential? Probably your parents... :-)
I guess setting parents is good practice, but it's not essential.
does it implicitly.
Attached is what I get when I select / Ctrl-B run the first part of the
example, then add a Turtle pane, then select / Ctrl-B run the second
half of the example.
So it's visible and works. But if your goal's drawing trees in a
QGraphicsScene I don't think you need to create a QGraphicsView of the
scene using free_layout in the first instance, that can always be done
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