Re :Re: Little help needed with pqt ...

I think this was fixed in 0.99 by the removal of a call to
processEvents, which was causing segfaults in other contexts.


On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 6:32 PM, <laurent.dufrechou@...287...> wrote:

Hi Darren,

Thanks for your answer.
... I've updated to matplotlib 0.99 since the last email... and the bug
disappeared :slight_smile:
Must be a bug of previous version since I had ever added a layout to the
central widget!

Thanks anyway for your help!

On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 5:52 PM, Laurent Dufrechou >> >> laurent.dufrechou@...287...> wrote:

> Hello,


> I face a very boring problem.

> Here is a little modified pyqt widget example found on matplotlib
> website.

> Basicaly I've just added a tab widget and inside it a matplotlib widget.


> Sadly, on creation the widget don't get the full size of the PA_tab
> widget

> :frowning:

> BUT once I resize manually the app all became OK...


> To be honest I've got NO idea of what is the problem :frowning:


> Any direction highly appreciated!

Try adding a layout to the central widget and adding your tab widget

to that layout.


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