Python PyQt5.QtWidgets.QWizardPage() Examples

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Example 1
Project: easygui_qt   Author: aroberge   File: wizard_maker.py    License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 5 votes vote down vote up
def create_page(self, page):
        new_page = qt_widgets.QWizardPage()
        layout = qt_widgets.QVBoxLayout()
        for kind, value in page:
            if kind.lower() == "title":
                new_page.setTitle(value)
            elif kind.lower() == "text":
                label = qt_widgets.QLabel(value)
                label.setWordWrap(True)
                layout.addWidget(label)
            elif kind.lower() == "image":
                label =  qt_widgets.QLabel()
                pixmap =  QtGui.QPixmap(value)
                label.setPixmap(pixmap)
                layout.addWidget(label)
            elif kind.lower() == "many images":
                h_layout = qt_widgets.QHBoxLayout()
                h_box = qt_widgets.QGroupBox('')
                for image in value:
                    label =  qt_widgets.QLabel()
                    pixmap =  QtGui.QPixmap(image)
                    label.setPixmap(pixmap)
                    h_layout.addWidget(label)
                h_box.setLayout(h_layout)
                layout.addWidget(h_box)
        new_page.setLayout(layout)
        self.addPage(new_page)