GSoC 2019: Week 5 - TreeWidget on a Palette
Work Planned To Do:
As mentioned in the last week, I wanted to place the icons of each element in the Palette Item. But due to certain difficulties that I had to face while using the Model-View Programming approach, me and my mentor decided it would be great to use a QTreeWidget instead of a QTreeView. Therefore, this week I had planned to work on creating a palette using a QTreeWidget instead of a QTreeView.
During this week, I had to start creating the palette from the beginning, This included doing the following things.
- Created a QTreeWidget.
- Place each palette on the QTreeWidget by using the QTreeWidgetItem (paletteItem)
- Make the paletteItem to show a QListWidget which consisted of all the elements in the palette elements.
- View icons of each paletteItem ( Till now I was able to only show the ones whose icons
were readily available )
- Rearrange the QListWidgetItems according to the width of the PaletteTree (QTreeWidget)
- Also fixed a small bug caused due to the inappropriate layout of the QListWdiget in the paletteItem.
Work Planned to do this week:
Create Icons for the paletteItem that don’t have one.
Link to the new Palette: https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/compare/master...AnandHemachandr…