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    Default How can i set the display range of a QGraphicItemGroup?

    I want to just show the display area.

    To do that, I have tried the override the QGraphicsItemGroup::boundingRect(). However, nothing have happened. And i find this in QT docs, maybe this is the reason why doesn't work.

    The boundingRect() function of QGraphicsItemGroup returns the bounding rectangle of all items in the item group.

    Also, i know i can change the size of QGraphicsView to make it work. However i put the View as CentralWidget, as i also need to display other object in the View, i can not change the size of the View.

    How can i set the display range of a QGraphicItemGroup?

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    Default Re: How can i set the display range of a QGraphicItemGroup?

    Not sure what you mean, do you want to clip contents of an item? After setting boundingRect() for an item (e.g. your group) you can set the QGraphicsItem::ItemClipsChildrenToShape flag on it to make it clip its children to its own shape.

    As for the view, have a look at QGraphicsView::fitInView().
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