QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface#

The QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface class allows you to change the focus of Qt Designer’s object inspector. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface

Detailed Description#

You can use the QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface to change the current form window selection. For example, when implementing a custom widget plugin:

objectInspector = None()
objectInspector = formEditor.objectInspector()
manager = None()
manager = formEditor.formWindowManager()
objectInspector.setFormWindow(manager.formWindow(0))

The QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface class is not intended to be instantiated directly. You can retrieve an interface to Qt Designer's object inspector using the objectInspector() function. A pointer to Qt Designer's current QDesignerFormEditorInterface object (formEditor in the example above) is provided by the initialize() function’s parameter. When implementing a custom widget plugin, you must subclass the QDesignerCustomWidgetInterface to expose your plugin to Qt Designer.

The interface provides the core() function that you can use to retrieve a pointer to Qt Designer's current QDesignerFormEditorInterface object, and the setFormWindow() function that enables you to change the current form window selection.

class PySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface(parent[, flags={}])#
Parameters

Constructs an object inspector interface with the given parent and the specified window flags.

PySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface.core()#
Return type

PySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerFormEditorInterface

Returns a pointer to Qt Designer's current QDesignerFormEditorInterface object.

PySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerObjectInspectorInterface.setFormWindow(formWindow)#
Parameters

formWindowPySide6.QtDesigner.QDesignerFormWindowInterface

Sets the currently selected form window to formWindow.