Screen shots of gui designs
The GUI is fairly easy to change. All you need is Glade to be installed and you can open the hazzy.glade file and change the layout by drag and drop, more or less.
Also, I have started a new thread under "Other User Interfaces". Lets talk over there so we don't clutter this thread.
I will try with mint 18 and pyqt5 with python3, but most if your code is not python like.
Print is a function, so it need to have()
And each file need a start line like environment python2 or python3.
Do you mind, if i do include my thinks to your branch, or do you prefer i open my own one?
I would like to work together on one thread.
cmorley wrote: qt4 and python2.
Yes I can't get designer to work with pyqt5 widgets properly on any distribution I have tried.
The widgets work fine with pyqt5 just can't edit them after.
As soon as i can figure out why I will convert to qt5 (again)
I'll try it on LinuxMint 18 in the morning.
I see no reason to convert to python3 or pyqt5 until we can get the designer problem figured out.
I had converted to qt5 (python2) once already I have an old branch for it - the screen works fine, the designer doesn't.
The easiest way to do that is to just test a simple custom widget rather then the whole project:
It's possible by compiling aparently:
But i can't seem to get it to work with standard distributions. (which is important)
I have tried mint 18.2 i386, mint 18.3 64 bit, and I believe debian wheezy
I have not used python3 yet so am not up on the differences.
If you wish to add code python3 styled that can be used by python2.7 that would be fine but the complete conversion to python3 will have to wait.
python versions nor qt versions are not a deal breaker - being able to edit the screen kinda is and currently QT4 python2 is the only one that works out of the box.
I could probably hide the graphics and dro and intergrate the dialogs screen there.
If I did that the darkening overlay would not be very useful - though I may be able to get it to darken every thing but the window.
The chips image in the overlay may be a bit cheesy - just trying different things.
Video shows process of building a custom screen.
Obviously not pretty or very useful but shows the process.
uses pyqt5 with python2 and the graphics widget uses native pyqt.
Now I need someone to build a really good and pretty screen...