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I finished creating my plugin and then compiled it.

I have : Myplugin.py, Myplugin_dialog.py, Myplugin_dialog_base.ui

  1. Is it in the Myplugin_dialog.py that I'm supposed to create new functions and add signal/slot for the components of the dialog?
  2. How can I call the components, for exemple a QComboBox of the Myplugin_dialog_base.ui ?
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  1. Add your functions in Myplugin.py. You can also add in Myplugin_dialog.py, but for start try add in Myplugin.py
  2. Also in Myplugin.py in class Myplugin in function init you can catch signals, e.g. self.dlg.pushButton.clicked(self.my_function)

Have "def my_function(self):" in the same class.

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  • It's okey now. Thank you Aerov and thank you Joseph. I just use the second option that you advice me Aerov. As i'm working on eclipse(Pydev), when i type self.dlg.pushButton; i did not find pusButton appear in the list of components.
    – Tchotcho
    Aug 20, 2015 at 21:32
  • Glad that helped. You can mark it as solved by clicking that tick. Of course it won't find "pushButton", you must add it in Qt Designer first (open that ...dialog_base.ui in Qt, add pushButton from the menu on left, and it's objectName (seen on right) is that self.dlg."object_name"
    – Aerov
    Aug 20, 2015 at 21:44
  • I putted it, but it does not appear in the list when i type. WHen i save it and run it in Qgis, theres no errors.
    – Tchotcho
    Aug 21, 2015 at 1:27
  • So it works? I am not using Eclipse, so I really don't know...
    – Aerov
    Aug 21, 2015 at 7:01

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