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Hiding row labels (2)

I was wondering about the same thing. However, I was too lazy to find a solution till you asked. (Thanks!!). Anyway, here is the code that worked for me:

    table = QtGui.QTableWidget()
    table.verticalHeader().setVisible(False)

These are actually QTableView's methods. Since you use a QTableWidget which is a child of QTableView, everything works out.

I am not sure whether this is the best way to do this, but the QHeaderView documentation recommends this method. To quote the PyQt4 docs-

Appearance

QTableWidget and QTableView create default headers. If you want the headers to be visible, you can use setVisible().
Note: Each header renders the data for each section itself, and does not rely on a delegate. As a result, calling a header's setItemDelegate() function will have no effect.

I'm using Qt4 to create a table, using the QTableWidget class. I get something like this:

alt text http://caterpillar.onlyfun.net/Gossip/Qt4Gossip/images/QTableWidgetQTableWidgetItem-1.jpg

Problem is: I want to hide the row labels (i.e. the numbers). I just care about columns. I want to get this:

alt text http://www.ldc.usb.ve/docs/qt/images/windowsxp-tableview.png

How can I accomplish this?


Now you can just use method:

setHeaderHidden(true);

inherited from QTreeView. It was introduced in Qt4.4.