GUI Example


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As soon as Python is initialized inside the bot, it will load all *.py scripts inside the ‘Plugins’ directory. This is when you should initialize the GUI if you plan on having one.

Step 1: Initialize.

import QtBind
from phBot import *
gui = QtBind.init(__name__, 'GUI Example')

Step 2: Create your UI elements. This part can be done at any time.

button1 = QtBind.createButton(gui, 'button_clicked', 'Button', 10, 125)
checkbox1 = QtBind.createCheckBox(gui, 'checkbox_clicked', 'Check Box', 10, 150)

The return values are pointers to the QWidget objects. They must be passed to QtBind whenever you want to get a value or change something with the object.

Step 3: Handle events from the widgets.

def button_clicked():
	log('Button clicked')

def checkbox_clicked(checked):
	log('Check Box: %s' % checked)

All together:

import QtBind
from phBot import *
gui = QtBind.init(__name__, 'GUI Example')

button1 = QtBind.createButton(gui, 'button_clicked', 'Button', 10, 125)
checkbox1 = QtBind.createCheckBox(gui, 'checkbox_clicked', 'Check Box', 10, 150)

def button_clicked():
	log('Button clicked')

def checkbox_clicked(checked):
	log('Check Box: %s' % checked)

Click here to see all available functions in QtBind.


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