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The QFontComboBox widget is a combobox that lets the user select a font family. More...
The QFontComboBox widget is a combobox that lets the user select a font family.
The combobox is populated with an alphabetized list of font family names, such as Arial, Helvetica, and Times New Roman. Family names are displayed using the actual font when possible. For fonts such as Symbol, where the name is not representable in the font itself, a sample of the font is displayed next to the family name.
QFontComboBox is often used in toolbars, in conjunction with a QComboBox for controlling the font size and two QToolButtons for bold and italic.
When the user selects a new font, the currentFontChanged() signal is emitted in addition to currentIndexChanged().
Call setWritingSystem() to tell QFontComboBox to show only fonts that support a given writing system, and setFontFilters() to filter out certain types of fonts as e.g. non scalable fonts or monospaced fonts.
This enum can be used to only show certain types of fonts in the font combo box.
|QFontComboBox.AllFonts||0||Show all fonts|
|QFontComboBox.ScalableFonts||0x1||Show scalable fonts|
|QFontComboBox.NonScalableFonts||0x2||Show non scalable fonts|
|QFontComboBox.MonospacedFonts||0x4||Show monospaced fonts|
|QFontComboBox.ProportionalFonts||0x8||Show proportional fonts|
The FontFilters type is a typedef for QFlags<FontFilter>. It stores an OR combination of FontFilter values.
The parent argument, if not None, causes self to be owned by Qt instead of PyQt.
Constructs a font combobox with the given parent.
Reimplemented from QObject.event().
This method is also a Qt slot with the C++ signature void setCurrentFont(const QFont&).
Reimplemented from QWidget.sizeHint().
This is the default overload of this signal.
This signal is emitted whenever the current font changes, with the new font.
See also currentFont.