New in version 5.15.
The instance of
QHelpFilterSettingsWidget may be a part of a preferences dialog. Before showing the dialog,
setAvailableVersions() should be called, otherwise the filter settings widget will only offer a creation of empty filters, which wouldn’t be useful. In addition,
readSettings should also be called to fill up the filter settings widget with the list of filters already stored in the filter engine. The creation of new filters, modifications to existing filters and removal of unneeded filters are handled by the widget automatically. If you want to store the current state of the widget and apply it to the filter engine e.g. after the user clicked the apply button - call
- class PySide6.QtHelp.QHelpFilterSettingsWidget([parent=None])¶
Constructs a filter settings widget with
parent as parent widget.
- Return type
Writes the filter settings, currently presented in this filter settings widget, to the
filterEngine. The old settings stored in the filter engine will be overwritten. Returns
true on success.
Reads the filter settings stored inside
filterEngine and sets up this filter settings widget accordingly.
components – list of strings
Sets the list of all available components to
Sets the list of all available version numbers to
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