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Gustavo Braga

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  1. Hi, I´m trying to create a custom panel editor. Still in the early stages, but I would like to have my QToolBox has the same size of his parent widget the QScrollArea. I was thinking about implement resizeEvent() to resize the QToolBox (horizontally) when the QScrollArea changes size. But I´m always getting the wrong sizes from QScrollArea, even changing the size of the panel I´m receiving the (1,1,638,478) size from the viewport().geometry() or sizeHint(). I´m puzzled!! Thanks for helping!
  2. Thank you guys.
  3. Hi, I´m looking to integrate Houdini inside our custom pipeline. We already have a pipeline script working inside Maya and I´m trying to replicate it in Houdini. I started with interface creation with Qt and Pyside. I´m in the early stages but already have some doubts. In maya I can create a shelf panel, add some icons and integrate to my script. I´m trying to do it inside qt using buttons with icons but the result is very ugly. So, It´s possible to create these kind of special houdini panels with a qt interface? Somebody has some tutorials or docs about custom interfaces using python in houdini? I couldn´t find anything more than this Masterclass on vimeo. Thanks