Source code for tuiview.tiledialog


"""
Contains the TileDialog class
"""
# This file is part of 'TuiView' - a simple Raster viewer
# Copyright (C) 2012  Sam Gillingham
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from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QDialog, QFormLayout, QHBoxLayout, QPushButton
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QSpinBox
from PyQt5.QtCore import pyqtSignal

[docs]class TileDialog(QDialog): """ Dialog that allows user to select how many viewers across and down they want (or auto) """ def __init__(self, parent): QDialog.__init__(self, parent) self.xspin = QSpinBox() self.xspin.setRange(0, 100) self.xspin.setSpecialValueText("Auto") self.xspin.setValue(0) self.yspin = QSpinBox() self.yspin.setRange(0, 100) self.yspin.setSpecialValueText("Auto") self.yspin.setValue(0) self.formLayout = QFormLayout(self) self.formLayout.addRow("Viewers Across", self.xspin) self.formLayout.addRow("Viewers Down", self.yspin) self.okButton = QPushButton() self.okButton.setText("OK") self.cancelButton = QPushButton() self.cancelButton.setText("Cancel") self.buttonLayout = QHBoxLayout() self.buttonLayout.addWidget(self.okButton) self.buttonLayout.addWidget(self.cancelButton) self.formLayout.addRow(self.buttonLayout) self.okButton.clicked.connect(self.accept) self.cancelButton.clicked.connect(self.reject) self.setLayout(self.formLayout)
[docs] def getValues(self): "Returns the x and y value as a tuple" return self.xspin.value(), self.yspin.value()