Source code for pyqtgraph.parametertree.parameterTypes.basetypes

import builtins

from ..ParameterItem import ParameterItem
from ..Parameter import Parameter

from ... import functions as fn
from ...Qt import QtWidgets, QtCore, QtGui
from ... import icons

class WidgetParameterItem(ParameterItem):
    ParameterTree item with:

      * label in second column for displaying value
      * simple widget for editing value (displayed instead of label when item is selected)
      * button that resets value to default

    This class can be subclassed by overriding makeWidget() to provide a custom widget.
    def __init__(self, param, depth):
        ParameterItem.__init__(self, param, depth)

        self.asSubItem = False  # place in a child item's column 0 instead of column 1
        self.hideWidget = True  ## hide edit widget, replace with label when not selected
        ## set this to False to keep the editor widget always visible

        # build widget with a display label and default button
        w = self.makeWidget()
        self.widget = w
        self.eventProxy = EventProxy(w, self.widgetEventFilter)

        if self.asSubItem:
            self.subItem = QtWidgets.QTreeWidgetItem()
            self.subItem.depth = self.depth + 1

        self.defaultBtn = self.makeDefaultButton()

        self.displayLabel = QtWidgets.QLabel()

        layout = QtWidgets.QHBoxLayout()
        layout.setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0)
        if not self.asSubItem:
            layout.addWidget(w, 1)
        layout.addWidget(self.displayLabel, 1)
        self.layoutWidget = QtWidgets.QWidget()

        if w.sigChanged is not None:

        if hasattr(w, 'sigChanging'):

        ## update value shown in widget.
        opts = self.param.opts
        if opts.get('value', None) is not None:
            self.valueChanged(self, opts['value'], force=True)
            ## no starting value was given; use whatever the widget has


        self.optsChanged(self.param, self.param.opts)

        # set size hints
        sw = self.widget.sizeHint()
        sb = self.defaultBtn.sizeHint()
        # shrink row heights a bit for more compact look
        sw.setHeight(int(sw.height() * 0.9))
        sb.setHeight(int(sb.height() * 0.9))
        if self.asSubItem:
            self.setSizeHint(1, sb)
            self.subItem.setSizeHint(0, sw)
            w = sw.width() + sb.width()
            h = max(sw.height(), sb.height())
            self.setSizeHint(1, QtCore.QSize(w, h))

    def makeWidget(self):
        Return a single widget whose position in the tree is determined by the
        value of self.asSubItem. If True, it will be placed in the second tree
        column, and if False, the first tree column of a child item.

        The widget must be given three attributes:

        ==========  ============================================================
        sigChanged  a signal that is emitted when the widget's value is changed
        value       a function that returns the value
        setValue    a function that sets the value
        ==========  ============================================================

        This function must be overridden by a subclass.
        raise NotImplementedError

    def widgetEventFilter(self, obj, ev):
        ## filter widget's events
        ## catch TAB to change focus
        ## catch focusOut to hide editor
        if ev.type() == ev.Type.KeyPress:
            if ev.key() == QtCore.Qt.Key.Key_Tab:
                return True ## don't let anyone else see this event
            elif ev.key() == QtCore.Qt.Key.Key_Backtab:
                return True ## don't let anyone else see this event

        return False

    def makeDefaultButton(self):
        defaultBtn = QtWidgets.QPushButton()
        return defaultBtn

    def setFocus(self):

    def isFocusable(self):
        return self.param.opts['visible'] and self.param.opts['enabled'] and self.param.writable()

    def valueChanged(self, param, val, force=False):
        ## called when the parameter's value has changed
        ParameterItem.valueChanged(self, param, val)
        if force or not fn.eq(val, self.widget.value()):
                if self.widget.sigChanged is not None:
                if self.widget.sigChanged is not None:
        self.updateDisplayLabel()  ## always make sure label is updated, even if values match!

    def updateDefaultBtn(self):
        ## enable/disable default btn
            not self.param.valueIsDefault() and self.param.opts['enabled'] and self.param.writable())

        # hide / show
        self.defaultBtn.setVisible(self.param.hasDefault() and not self.param.readonly())

    def updateDisplayLabel(self, value=None):
        """Update the display label to reflect the value of the parameter."""
        if value is None:
            value = self.param.value()

    def widgetValueChanged(self):
        ## called when the widget's value has been changed by the user
        val = self.widget.value()

    def widgetValueChanging(self, *args):
        Called when the widget's value is changing, but not finalized.
        For example: editing text before pressing enter or changing focus.
        self.param.sigValueChanging.emit(self.param, self.widget.value())

    def selected(self, sel):
        """Called when this item has been selected (sel=True) OR deselected (sel=False)"""
        ParameterItem.selected(self, sel)

        if self.widget is None:
        if sel and self.param.writable():
        elif self.hideWidget:

    def showEditor(self):

    def hideEditor(self):

    def limitsChanged(self, param, limits):
        """Called when the parameter's limits have changed"""
        ParameterItem.limitsChanged(self, param, limits)

    def defaultChanged(self, param, value):

    def treeWidgetChanged(self):
        """Called when this item is added or removed from a tree."""

        ## add all widgets for this item into the tree
        if self.widget is not None:
            tree = self.treeWidget()
            if tree is None:
            if self.asSubItem:
                tree.setItemWidget(self.subItem, 0, self.widget)
            tree.setItemWidget(self, 1, self.layoutWidget)

    def defaultClicked(self):

    def optsChanged(self, param, opts):
        """Called when any options are changed that are not
        name, value, default, or limits"""
        ParameterItem.optsChanged(self, param, opts)

        if 'enabled' in opts:

        if 'readonly' in opts:
            if hasattr(self.widget, 'setReadOnly'):
                self.widget.setEnabled(self.param.opts['enabled'] and not opts['readonly'])

        if 'tip' in opts:

class EventProxy(QtCore.QObject):
    def __init__(self, qobj, callback):
        self.callback = callback

    def eventFilter(self, obj, ev):
        return self.callback(obj, ev)

[docs]class SimpleParameter(Parameter): """ Parameter representing a single value. This parameter is backed by :class:`WidgetParameterItem` to represent the following parameter names through various subclasses: - 'int' - 'float' - 'bool' - 'str' - 'color' - 'colormap' """ def __init__(self, *args, **kargs): """ Initialize the parameter. This is normally called implicitly through :meth:`Parameter.create`. The keyword arguments avaialble to :meth:`Parameter.__init__` are applicable. """ Parameter.__init__(self, *args, **kargs) def _interpretValue(self, v): typ = self.opts['type'] def _missing_interp(v): # Assume raw interpretation return v # Or: # raise TypeError(f'No interpreter found for type {typ}') interpreter = getattr(builtins, typ, _missing_interp) return interpreter(v)
[docs]class GroupParameterItem(ParameterItem): """ Group parameters are used mainly as a generic parent item that holds (and groups!) a set of child parameters. It also provides a simple mechanism for displaying a button or combo that can be used to add new parameters to the group. """ def __init__(self, param, depth): ParameterItem.__init__(self, param, depth) self.updateDepth(depth) self.addItem = None if 'addText' in param.opts: addText = param.opts['addText'] if 'addList' in param.opts: self.addWidget = QtWidgets.QComboBox() self.addWidget.setSizeAdjustPolicy(QtWidgets.QComboBox.SizeAdjustPolicy.AdjustToContents) self.updateAddList() self.addWidget.currentIndexChanged.connect(self.addChanged) else: self.addWidget = QtWidgets.QPushButton(addText) self.addWidget.clicked.connect(self.addClicked) w = QtWidgets.QWidget() l = QtWidgets.QHBoxLayout() l.setContentsMargins(0,0,0,0) w.setLayout(l) l.addWidget(self.addWidget) l.addStretch() self.addWidgetBox = w self.addItem = QtWidgets.QTreeWidgetItem([]) self.addItem.setFlags(QtCore.Qt.ItemFlag.ItemIsEnabled) self.addItem.depth = self.depth + 1 ParameterItem.addChild(self, self.addItem) self.addItem.setSizeHint(0, self.addWidgetBox.sizeHint()) self.optsChanged(self.param, self.param.opts) def updateDepth(self, depth): ## Change item's appearance based on its depth in the tree ## This allows highest-level groups to be displayed more prominently. if depth == 0: for c in [0,1]: self.setBackground(c, QtGui.QBrush(QtGui.QColor(100,100,100))) self.setForeground(c, QtGui.QBrush(QtGui.QColor(220,220,255))) font = self.font(c) font.setBold(True) font.setPointSize(font.pointSize()+1) self.setFont(c, font) else: for c in [0,1]: self.setBackground(c, QtGui.QBrush(QtGui.QColor(220,220,220))) self.setForeground(c, QtGui.QBrush(QtGui.QColor(50,50,50))) font = self.font(c) font.setBold(True) #font.setPointSize(font.pointSize()+1) self.setFont(c, font) self.titleChanged() # sets the size hint for column 0 which is based on the new font
[docs] def addClicked(self): """Called when "add new" button is clicked The parameter MUST have an 'addNew' method defined. """ self.param.addNew()
[docs] def addChanged(self): """Called when "add new" combo is changed The parameter MUST have an 'addNew' method defined. """ if self.addWidget.currentIndex() == 0: return typ = self.addWidget.currentText() self.param.addNew(typ) self.addWidget.setCurrentIndex(0)
def treeWidgetChanged(self): ParameterItem.treeWidgetChanged(self) tw = self.treeWidget() if tw is None: return self.setFirstColumnSpanned(True) if self.addItem is not None: tw.setItemWidget(self.addItem, 0, self.addWidgetBox) self.addItem.setFirstColumnSpanned(True) def addChild(self, child): ## make sure added childs are actually inserted before add btn if self.addItem is not None: ParameterItem.insertChild(self, self.childCount()-1, child) else: ParameterItem.addChild(self, child) def optsChanged(self, param, opts): ParameterItem.optsChanged(self, param, opts) if 'addList' in opts: self.updateAddList() if hasattr(self, 'addWidget'): if 'enabled' in opts: self.addWidget.setEnabled(opts['enabled']) if 'tip' in opts: self.addWidget.setToolTip(opts['tip']) def updateAddList(self): self.addWidget.blockSignals(True) try: self.addWidget.clear() self.addWidget.addItem(self.param.opts['addText']) for t in self.param.opts['addList']: self.addWidget.addItem(t) finally: self.addWidget.blockSignals(False)
[docs]class GroupParameter(Parameter): """ Group parameters are used mainly as a generic parent item that holds (and groups!) a set of child parameters. It also provides a simple mechanism for displaying a button or combo that can be used to add new parameters to the group. To enable this, the group must be initialized with the 'addText' option (the text will be displayed on a button which, when clicked, will cause addNew() to be called). If the 'addList' option is specified as well, then a dropdown-list of addable items will be displayed instead of a button. """ itemClass = GroupParameterItem sigAddNew = QtCore.Signal(object, object) # self, type
[docs] def addNew(self, typ=None): """ This method is called when the user has requested to add a new item to the group. By default, it emits ``sigAddNew(self, typ)``. """ self.sigAddNew.emit(self, typ)
[docs] def setAddList(self, vals): """Change the list of options available for the user to add to the group.""" self.setOpts(addList=vals)
class Emitter(QtCore.QObject): """ WidgetParameterItem is not a QObject, so create a QObject wrapper that items can use for emitting """ sigChanging = QtCore.Signal(object, object) sigChanged = QtCore.Signal(object, object)