Normally this is done using C but Py Qt4 also allows you to write plugins in Python.
Most of the time a plugin is used to expose a custom widget to Designer so that it appears in Designer’s widget box just like any other widget.
This guide is based on Qt Creator 3.5.1 and a different version might have different steps to follow or not work as expected.
You can download recent versions of Qt Creator from: Older releases can be downloaded here: The current open Frameworks release (0.9.7) requires qtcreator 4.1.0.
If you have no control over the version of Py Qt4 the users of your application are using then you should run pyuic4, or call Qt Designer can be extended by writing plugins.But in a few cases, it is also necessary for users to be able to switch languages at run-time.This is perfectly possible with Qt, although it does require a bit of extra work.Note: This tutorial assumes you're at least familiar with the things mentioned in the previous "Getting started with Py Qt" tutorial, and that you have basic understanding of what threads are and how they work.In this post I'll write a simple app that fetches top posts from few different subreddits (subsections of reddit.com) while following API rules of 1 request per 2 seconds to illustrate the issues you encounter if you try to do it all in one thread.
Before using OF in linux you need to run some install scripts, follow the instructions here if you haven't done so yet.