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    Default :) Refinement of 'SelectColumns' Behavior

    Hello world.

    Holding curiosity on PyQt QtableView guidelines. Is possible with (relatively simple) code, to:
    -allow a user to select a one or many item range bound in absolute by a single column?

    A combination of '...setSelectionBehavior(QtGui.QAbstractItemView.S electColumns)' and '....setSelectionMode(QtGui.QAbstractItemView.Exte ndedSelection)' have been trialed to no solution.

    Ideally,
    -rather then an entire column (as SelectColumns causes), I would like to retrieve a variable range within ONE column.
    [please see ref. image below]

    Possible wisdom or examples on this 'ish?
    Thanks and Happy Holidays!

    columnSelect.jpg

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    Default Re: :) Refinement of 'SelectColumns' Behavior

    I guess you would need ExtendedSelection and SelectItems and implement the "confine to column" yourself.

    Cheers,
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