The QHBoxLayout class lines up widgets horizontally. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide6.QtWidgets.QHBoxLayout


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Detailed Description#


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This class is used to construct horizontal box layout objects. See QBoxLayout for details.

The simplest use of the class is like this:

window = QWidget()
button1 = QPushButton("One")
button2 = QPushButton("Two")
button3 = QPushButton("Three")
button4 = QPushButton("Four")
button5 = QPushButton("Five")

layout = QHBoxLayout(window)

First, we create the widgets we want to add to the layout. Then, we create the QHBoxLayout object, setting window as parent by passing it in the constructor; next we add the widgets to the layout. window will be the parent of the widgets that are added to the layout.

If you don’t pass a parent window to the constructor, you can at a later point use setLayout() to install the QHBoxLayout object onto window. At that point, the widgets in the layout are reparented to have window as their parent.


See also

QVBoxLayout QGridLayout QStackedLayout Layout Management Basic Layouts Example

class PySide6.QtWidgets.QHBoxLayout#




Constructs a new horizontal box. You must add it to another layout.

Constructs a new top-level horizontal box with parent parent.

The layout is set directly as the top-level layout for parent. There can be only one top-level layout for a widget. It is returned by layout() .

See also