I have done all my codings, ui creation etc into a single file and I would
like to separate between my main functions (manager_main.py) and the ui
(manager_ui.py) into 2 files
Just so you know, I created my widgets 'manually' instead of using Qt
def __init__(self, parent=None):
# Build the GUI
self.color_table = QtGui.QTableWidget()
self.color_table.setHorizontalHeaderLabels(['Geos in Scene',
self.set_color_btn = QPushButton()
for row in xrange(self.variant_table.rowCount()):
self.color_combobox = QtGui.QComboBox()
self.color_table.setCellWidget(index, 1, self.color_combobox)
Suppose if I am going to shift the reset_color function into the main file,
I do got errors stating that self.variant_table, where self is not defined
etc. I also tried importing in the ui file into the main script and renamed
it to something such as 'mangaer_ui.variant_table.cellWidget...' still I am
And so my question would be, in the various functions I have wrote, and
especially within the functions in which I have stated the widget creations
variables I have defined (self.color_table, self.set_color_btn etc), I
suppose I am not able to move it into the main file at all? If it is, what
is the best way to approach it?
Additionally, was wondering if anyone could give me any insights on what to
look out for when splitting the file into a main and a ui file?
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