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Globulus
28th August 2011, 19:17
Hi everyone!
I have a transparent frameless QDeclarativeView based window
I use

MyWidgetMainWindow w;
w.setWindowFlags(Qt::FramelessWindowHint) ;
w.setAttribute(Qt::WA_TranslucentBackground);
w.setStyleSheet("background:transparent");


How can I resize it?
Something like a QSizeGrip or what?
How can I put it on the left bottom of my window?

wysota
29th August 2011, 08:00
Moving widgets

Globulus
29th August 2011, 17:58
I have no problems with moving my window, I want to
have an opportunity to resize it!
Here is my code:
myprog.h


#include <QtGui>
#include <QtDeclarative>


class MyProg : public QDeclarativeView
{
Q_OBJECT

public:
MyProg(QWidget *parent = 0);
~MyProg();

Q_INVOKABLE void moveWindow(int x,int y, int, int);


};




myprog.cpp



#include "myprog.h"

MyProg::MyProg(QWidget *parent)
// : QWidget(parent,0)
: QDeclarativeView(parent)
{


rootContext()->setContextProperty("mainwnd",this);
setResizeMode(QDeclarativeView::SizeRootObjectToVi ew);
setSource(QUrl("qml/main.qml"));



}

MyProg::~MyProg()
{

}

void MyProg::moveWindow(int x,int y, int lx, int ly)
{
QPoint p = mapToGlobal(QPoint(x,y));
p.setX(p.x() - lx);
p.setY(p.y() - ly);
this->move(p);
}


main.cpp



#include <QtGui/QApplication>
#include "myprog.h"

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{

QApplication a(argc, argv);


MyProg w;


w.setWindowFlags(Qt::FramelessWindowHint) ;
w.setAttribute(Qt::WA_TranslucentBackground);
w.setStyleSheet("background:transparent");





w.show();

return a.exec();
}



It seems to me, that I must catch the press button event in qml code first, and then calculate QDeclarativeView window geometry in my cpp code...
something like that,I think.

wysota
29th August 2011, 18:31
I have no problems with moving my window, I want to
have an opportunity to resize it!
That's great. If I give you code that resizes the window down, will you say that you want code that resizes the window both up and down or will you just take a look at the code and implement the missing piece yourself using a similar approach?