Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
anatoly techtonik
05.paint.button.py: destroyed systems theme on setting button color is a documented feature. It is not clear how to detect if the theme will be destroyed as a result of applying style, though.
anatoly techtonik
05.paint.button.py: Setting stylesheet seems to destroy system theme PySide 1.0.8/Fedora 15/Gnome 3
anatoly techtonik
05.paint.button.py: paint button with a Qt Style Sheet http://doc.qt.nokia.com/latest/stylesheet.html
anatoly techtonik
05.paint.button.py: save button reference in handler object, show color name
anatoly techtonik
05.paint.button.py: transform function that handles signal to method
anatoly techtonik
+ 05.paint.button.py <- 04.dialog.color.py: paint button with selected color
anatoly techtonik
04.dialog.color.py: use colored box instead of text when showing selected color
anatoly techtonik
04.dialog.color.py: show selected color in message box popup
anatoly techtonik
04.dialog.color.py: call color selection dialog (QColorDialog)
anatoly techtonik
04.dialog.color.py: rough up comments
anatoly techtonik
+ 04.dialog.color.py <- 03.button.py: button that calls dialog to pick color
anatoly techtonik
03.button.py: explain that button.clicked is a signal that we connect
anatoly techtonik
03.button.py: make Exit button quit the application
anatoly techtonik
03.button.py: rename 'window' -> 'button' as to be close button
anatoly techtonik
03.button.py: window with button that does nothing
anatoly techtonik
03.button.py: clean up comments
anatoly techtonik
+ 03.button.py <- 02.window.py: window with a button
anatoly techtonik
02.window.py: explain lifetime of GUI elements
anatoly techtonik
02.window.py: clarify why app hangs
anatoly techtonik
02.window.py: real minimal 'useful' app
anatoly techtonik
02.window.py - clean up comments
anatoly techtonik
+ 02.window.py <- 01.minimal.py
anatoly techtonik
01.minimal.py: add explanative comments
anatoly techtonik
+ 01.minimal.py - a totally useless PySide application