AstroLinux | 2021-05-13 22:25:55 UTC | #1
Hello, I get the error during run the code from Listing 13. basic/widgets_1.py (page 38, "Create GUI Applications with Python & Qt6" The hands-on guide to making apps with Python Version 1.0, 2021-04-09).
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/oleh/PycharmProjects/pythonProject5/main.py", line 24, in <module> window = MainWindow() File "/home/oleh/PycharmProjects/pythonProject5/main.py", line 17, in __init__ widget.setAlignment( Qt.Alignment.AlignHCenter | Qt.Alignment.AlignVCenter) # <2> AttributeError: type object 'Qt' has no attribute 'Alignment'
PedanticHacker | 2021-05-13 22:49:03 UTC | #2
Hello, @AstroLinux, welcome to the forum!
Qt.AlignmentFlag and it should work.
martin | 2021-05-14 16:15:56 UTC | #3
@AstroLinux this is due to a change in PyQt 6.1 (released 11th May) -- the enum names were updated to bring it in line with PySide6.
It's a good change, as it keeps PyQt/PySide more compatible, but it does mean I need to re-do all the code examples in the book! I'll be releasing an update shortly to fix this.
edit: @AstroLinux @PedanticHacker the updated version of the PyQt6 (for 6.1) has been uploaded now. You can download it from https://account.mfitzp.com (once logged in).
There weren't that many changes in the end, still I may have missed some -- let me know if you spot anything amiss. I wanted to get this out quickly as I've already have 5 emails about it this morning :D
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