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Cómo hacer un widget de sección expandible/plegable en Qt (5)

Aunque esto es viejo, encontré este hilo útil. Sin embargo, estoy trabajando en Python, así que tuve que convertir el código C ++. En caso de que alguien esté buscando una versión en python de la solución de x squared. Aquí está mi puerto:

from PyQt4 import QtCore, QtGui


class Spoiler(QtGui.QWidget):
    def __init__(self, parent=None, title='', animationDuration=300):
        """
        References:
            # Adapted from c++ version
            http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32476006/how-to-make-an-expandable-collapsable-section-widget-in-qt
        """
        super(Spoiler, self).__init__(parent=parent)

        self.animationDuration = 300
        self.toggleAnimation = QtCore.QParallelAnimationGroup()
        self.contentArea = QtGui.QScrollArea()
        self.headerLine = QtGui.QFrame()
        self.toggleButton = QtGui.QToolButton()
        self.mainLayout = QtGui.QGridLayout()

        toggleButton = self.toggleButton
        toggleButton.setStyleSheet("QToolButton { border: none; }")
        toggleButton.setToolButtonStyle(QtCore.Qt.ToolButtonTextBesideIcon)
        toggleButton.setArrowType(QtCore.Qt.RightArrow)
        toggleButton.setText(str(title))
        toggleButton.setCheckable(True)
        toggleButton.setChecked(False)

        headerLine = self.headerLine
        headerLine.setFrameShape(QtGui.QFrame.HLine)
        headerLine.setFrameShadow(QtGui.QFrame.Sunken)
        headerLine.setSizePolicy(QtGui.QSizePolicy.Expanding, QtGui.QSizePolicy.Maximum)

        self.contentArea.setStyleSheet("QScrollArea { background-color: white; border: none; }")
        self.contentArea.setSizePolicy(QtGui.QSizePolicy.Expanding, QtGui.QSizePolicy.Fixed)
        # start out collapsed
        self.contentArea.setMaximumHeight(0)
        self.contentArea.setMinimumHeight(0)
        # let the entire widget grow and shrink with its content
        toggleAnimation = self.toggleAnimation
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, "minimumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, "maximumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self.contentArea, "maximumHeight"))
        # don't waste space
        mainLayout = self.mainLayout
        mainLayout.setVerticalSpacing(0)
        mainLayout.setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0)
        row = 0
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.toggleButton, row, 0, 1, 1, QtCore.Qt.AlignLeft)
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.headerLine, row, 2, 1, 1)
        row += 1
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.contentArea, row, 0, 1, 3)
        self.setLayout(self.mainLayout)

        def start_animation(checked):
            arrow_type = QtCore.Qt.DownArrow if checked else QtCore.Qt.RightArrow
            direction = QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Forward if checked else QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Backward
            toggleButton.setArrowType(arrow_type)
            self.toggleAnimation.setDirection(direction)
            self.toggleAnimation.start()

        self.toggleButton.clicked.connect(start_animation)

    def setContentLayout(self, contentLayout):
        # Not sure if this is equivalent to self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.setLayout(contentLayout)
        collapsedHeight = self.sizeHint().height() - self.contentArea.maximumHeight()
        contentHeight = contentLayout.sizeHint().height()
        for i in range(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount()-1):
            spoilerAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(i)
            spoilerAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
            spoilerAnimation.setStartValue(collapsedHeight)
            spoilerAnimation.setEndValue(collapsedHeight + contentHeight)
        contentAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount() - 1)
        contentAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
        contentAnimation.setStartValue(0)
        contentAnimation.setEndValue(contentHeight)

Me gustaría crear un widget personalizado en Qt con las siguientes características:

  • Es un contenedor
  • Puede rellenarse con cualquier diseño Qt
  • Puede estar dentro de cualquier diseño Qt
  • Un botón permite contraer / plegar verticalmente el contenido, por lo que solo el botón es visible, todo el diseño contenido es invisible.
  • El botón anterior permite expandirlo / desplegarlo nuevamente al tamaño del contenido del diseño.
  • La expansión / contracción se basa en tamaños (no en mostrar / ocultar) para permitir la animación.
  • Utilizable en QDesigner

Para proporcionar una idea, aquí hay una imagen de un widget similar (no Qt):

Ya tengo un marco que funciona correctamente y está expuesto en QDesigner. Ahora necesito hacer que se extienda / colapse, lo que no parece tan simple.

Traté de jugar con resize (), sizePolicy (), sizeHint () pero eso no funciona: cuando el marco está colapsado obtuve los siguientes valores:

sizeHint: (500,20)
size    : (500,20)
closestAcceptableSize: (518,150)
Painted size: (518, 150)

QLayout ::arestAcceptableSize no es parte del widget, por lo que no puedo cambiarlo.

¿Alguna pista o fragmento de código para lograr eso?

EDITADO: Aquí un ejemplo simple. Eliminé todo excepto lo necesario.

Ejemplo de main.cpp

#include <QWidget>
#include <QPushButton>
#include <QVBoxLayout>

#include "section.hpp"


using namespace myWidgets;
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    QApplication a(argc, argv);


    // Create the main Window
    QWidget window;
    window.resize(500,500);
    window.setStyleSheet("QPushButton:{background-color:rgba(128,128,128,192);}");

    // Create the main window layout
    QVBoxLayout topLayout(&window);
    QWidget *w1 = new QWidget();
    w1->setStyleSheet("background-color:rgba(128,128,128,192);");
    topLayout.addWidget(w1);

    Section section(&window);
    topLayout.addWidget(&section);

    QVBoxLayout inLayout(&section);
    QPushButton *button = new QPushButton();
    button->setMinimumHeight(100);
    inLayout.addWidget(button);

    QWidget *w2 = new QWidget();
    w2->setStyleSheet("background-color:rgba(128,128,128,192);");
    topLayout.addWidget(w2);



    window.show();

    return a.exec();
}

Section.hpp

#ifndef SECTION_HPP
#define SECTION_HPP

#include <QPushButton> //for the expand/collapse button
#include <QtDesigner/QDesignerExportWidget>
#include <QLayout>
#include <QPainter>
#include <QPaintEvent>
#include <QDebug>


// Compatibility for noexcept, not supported in vsc++
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#define noexcept throw()
#endif

#if defined SECTION_BUILD
    #define SECTION_BUILD_DLL_SPEC Q_DECL_EXPORT
#elif defined SECTION_EXEC
    #define SECTION_BUILD_DLL_SPEC
#else
    #define SECTION_BUILD_DLL_SPEC Q_DECL_IMPORT
#endif

namespace myWidgets
{

class SECTION_BUILD_DLL_SPEC Section : public QWidget
{
    Q_OBJECT

    Q_PROPERTY( bool is_expanded MEMBER isExpanded)

public:
    // Constructor, standard
    explicit Section( QWidget *parent=0 ): QWidget(parent),
        expandButton(this)
    {
        expandButton.resize(20,20);
        expandButton.move(0,0);
        expandButton.connect(&expandButton, &QPushButton::clicked,
                             this, &Section::expandCollapseEvent);

        QMargins m= contentsMargins();
        m.setTop(m.top()+25);
        setContentsMargins(m);
        //setSizePolicy(sizePolicy().horizontalPolicy(), QSizePolicy::Minimum);

    }

    virtual void expand( bool expanding ) noexcept
    {
        resize(sizeHint());
        isExpanded = expanding;
        updateGeometry();

qDebug() << (isExpanded? "expanded":"collapsed") << sizeHint() << QWidget::size() <<
            parentWidget()->layout()->closestAcceptableSize(this, size());
    }

    virtual QSize sizeHint() const noexcept override
    {
        if (isExpanded) return QSize(layout()->contentsRect().width(),
                                     layout()->contentsRect().height());
        else return QSize(layout()->contentsRect().width(), 20);
    }

    // Implement custom appearance
    virtual void paintEvent(QPaintEvent *e) noexcept override
    {
        (void) e; //TODO: remove
        QPainter p(this);
        p.setClipRect(e->rect());
        p.setRenderHint(QPainter::Antialiasing );
        p.fillRect(e->rect(), QColor(0,0,255,128));
    }

protected:

    // on click of the expandButton, collapse/expand this widget
    virtual void expandCollapseEvent() noexcept
    {
        expand(!isExpanded);
    }


    bool isExpanded = true; //whenever the section is collapsed(false) or expanded(true)
    QPushButton expandButton; //the expanding/collapsing button
};

}


#endif // SECTION_HPP

Contribuir con una versión utilizando PySide2 (enlaces Qt5 oficiales para python3)

from PySide2 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets

class Expander(QtWidgets.QWidget):
    def __init__(self, parent=None, title='', animationDuration=300):
        """
        References:
            # Adapted from PyQt4 version
            https://.com/a/37927256/386398
            # Adapted from c++ version
            https://.com/a/37119983/386398
        """
        super(Expander, self).__init__(parent=parent)

        self.animationDuration = animationDuration
        self.toggleAnimation = QtCore.QParallelAnimationGroup()
        self.contentArea =  QtWidgets.QScrollArea()
        self.headerLine =   QtWidgets.QFrame()
        self.toggleButton = QtWidgets.QToolButton()
        self.mainLayout =   QtWidgets.QGridLayout()

        toggleButton = self.toggleButton
        toggleButton.setStyleSheet("QToolButton { border: none; }")
        toggleButton.setToolButtonStyle(QtCore.Qt.ToolButtonTextBesideIcon)
        toggleButton.setArrowType(QtCore.Qt.RightArrow)
        toggleButton.setText(str(title))
        toggleButton.setCheckable(True)
        toggleButton.setChecked(False)

        headerLine = self.headerLine
        headerLine.setFrameShape(QtWidgets.QFrame.HLine)
        headerLine.setFrameShadow(QtWidgets.QFrame.Sunken)
        headerLine.setSizePolicy(QtWidgets.QSizePolicy.Expanding, QtWidgets.QSizePolicy.Maximum)

        self.contentArea.setStyleSheet("QScrollArea { background-color: white; border: none; }")
        self.contentArea.setSizePolicy(QtWidgets.QSizePolicy.Expanding, QtWidgets.QSizePolicy.Fixed)
        # start out collapsed
        self.contentArea.setMaximumHeight(0)
        self.contentArea.setMinimumHeight(0)
        # let the entire widget grow and shrink with its content
        toggleAnimation = self.toggleAnimation
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, b"minimumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, b"maximumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self.contentArea, b"maximumHeight"))
        # don't waste space
        mainLayout = self.mainLayout
        mainLayout.setVerticalSpacing(0)
        mainLayout.setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0)
        row = 0
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.toggleButton, row, 0, 1, 1, QtCore.Qt.AlignLeft)
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.headerLine, row, 2, 1, 1)
        row += 1
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.contentArea, row, 0, 1, 3)
        self.setLayout(self.mainLayout)

        def start_animation(checked):
            arrow_type = QtCore.Qt.DownArrow if checked else QtCore.Qt.RightArrow
            direction = QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Forward if checked else QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Backward
            toggleButton.setArrowType(arrow_type)
            self.toggleAnimation.setDirection(direction)
            self.toggleAnimation.start()

        self.toggleButton.clicked.connect(start_animation)

    def setContentLayout(self, contentLayout):
        # Not sure if this is equivalent to self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.setLayout(contentLayout)
        collapsedHeight = self.sizeHint().height() - self.contentArea.maximumHeight()
        contentHeight = contentLayout.sizeHint().height()
        for i in range(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount()-1):
            expandAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(i)
            expandAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
            expandAnimation.setStartValue(collapsedHeight)
            expandAnimation.setEndValue(collapsedHeight + contentHeight)
        contentAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount() - 1)
        contentAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
        contentAnimation.setStartValue(0)
        contentAnimation.setEndValue(contentHeight)

La solución que apliqué es usar la propiedad MaximumSize del widget para limitar la altura mientras está plegado.

El mayor problema es conocer la altura desplegada mientras está plegada para permitir un paso de animación correcto. Esto no se ha resuelto y actualmente hago una animación con un paso de altura fija (que configuré en un valor apropiado en relación con la altura esperada de la ventana).

if (toBeFolded)
{
    unfoldedMaxHeight = maximumHeight();
    previousUnfoldedHeight = height();
    setMaximumHeight(25);
}
else
{
    // animate maximumHeight from 25 up to where the height do not change
    // A hint of the final maximumHeight is the previousUnfoldedHeight.
    // After animation, set maximumHeight back to unfoldedMaxHeight.
}

Me topé con el mismo problema y lo resolví implementando el widget plegable como un QScrollArea cuya altura máxima está animada por una QPropertyAnimation .

Pero como no uso QDesigner, no puedo decirte si funciona allí.

Todavía tengo un problema: en lugar de expandirse solo hacia la dirección inferior, el widget plegable puede expandirse hacia la parte superior e inferior. Esto puede hacer que los widgets ubicados encima se encojan si aún no han alcanzado su altura mínima. Pero esto es realmente un detalle en comparación con el hecho de que tenemos que construir esto nosotros mismos ...

Spoiler.h

#include <QFrame>
#include <QGridLayout>
#include <QParallelAnimationGroup>
#include <QScrollArea>
#include <QToolButton>
#include <QWidget>

class Spoiler : public QWidget {
    Q_OBJECT
private:
    QGridLayout mainLayout;
    QToolButton toggleButton;
    QFrame headerLine;
    QParallelAnimationGroup toggleAnimation;
    QScrollArea contentArea;
    int animationDuration{300};
public:
    explicit Spoiler(const QString & title = "", const int animationDuration = 300, QWidget *parent = 0);
    void setContentLayout(QLayout & contentLayout);
};

Spoiler.cpp

#include <QPropertyAnimation>

#include "Spoiler.h"

Spoiler::Spoiler(const QString & title, const int animationDuration, QWidget *parent) : QWidget(parent), animationDuration(animationDuration) {
    toggleButton.setStyleSheet("QToolButton { border: none; }");
    toggleButton.setToolButtonStyle(Qt::ToolButtonTextBesideIcon);
    toggleButton.setArrowType(Qt::ArrowType::RightArrow);
    toggleButton.setText(title);
    toggleButton.setCheckable(true);
    toggleButton.setChecked(false);

    headerLine.setFrameShape(QFrame::HLine);
    headerLine.setFrameShadow(QFrame::Sunken);
    headerLine.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy::Expanding, QSizePolicy::Maximum);

    contentArea.setStyleSheet("QScrollArea { background-color: white; border: none; }");
    contentArea.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy::Expanding, QSizePolicy::Fixed);
    // start out collapsed
    contentArea.setMaximumHeight(0);
    contentArea.setMinimumHeight(0);
    // let the entire widget grow and shrink with its content
    toggleAnimation.addAnimation(new QPropertyAnimation(this, "minimumHeight"));
    toggleAnimation.addAnimation(new QPropertyAnimation(this, "maximumHeight"));
    toggleAnimation.addAnimation(new QPropertyAnimation(&contentArea, "maximumHeight"));
    // don't waste space
    mainLayout.setVerticalSpacing(0);
    mainLayout.setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0);
    int row = 0;
    mainLayout.addWidget(&toggleButton, row, 0, 1, 1, Qt::AlignLeft);
    mainLayout.addWidget(&headerLine, row++, 2, 1, 1);
    mainLayout.addWidget(&contentArea, row, 0, 1, 3);
    setLayout(&mainLayout);
    QObject::connect(&toggleButton, &QToolButton::clicked, [this](const bool checked) {
        toggleButton.setArrowType(checked ? Qt::ArrowType::DownArrow : Qt::ArrowType::RightArrow);
        toggleAnimation.setDirection(checked ? QAbstractAnimation::Forward : QAbstractAnimation::Backward);
        toggleAnimation.start();
    });
}

void Spoiler::setContentLayout(QLayout & contentLayout) {
    delete contentArea.layout();
    contentArea.setLayout(&contentLayout);
    const auto collapsedHeight = sizeHint().height() - contentArea.maximumHeight();
    auto contentHeight = contentLayout.sizeHint().height();
    for (int i = 0; i < toggleAnimation.animationCount() - 1; ++i) {
        QPropertyAnimation * spoilerAnimation = static_cast<QPropertyAnimation *>(toggleAnimation.animationAt(i));
        spoilerAnimation->setDuration(animationDuration);
        spoilerAnimation->setStartValue(collapsedHeight);
        spoilerAnimation->setEndValue(collapsedHeight + contentHeight);
    }
    QPropertyAnimation * contentAnimation = static_cast<QPropertyAnimation *>(toggleAnimation.animationAt(toggleAnimation.animationCount() - 1));
    contentAnimation->setDuration(animationDuration);
    contentAnimation->setStartValue(0);
    contentAnimation->setEndValue(contentHeight);
}

Cómo usarlo:


auto * anyLayout = new QVBoxLayout();
anyLayout->addWidget(…);

Spoiler spoiler;
spoiler.setContentLayout(*anyLayout);


Creé el ejemplo de estilo Python3 / Qt5 para probar una clase de StyleSheet que estoy escribiendo. También solucioné un problema con los cálculos de tamaño que no consideraban los cambios de tamaño en el botón expansor.

También cambié el método para establecerLayout setLayout() para que sea consistente con Qt.

import sys
import inspect
import textwrap
from collections import OrderedDict, UserString
from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui
from PyQt5.QtCore import Qt
from PyQt5.QtGui import QIcon
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import *



class QStyleSheet(UserString):
    """
    Represent stylesheets as dictionary key value pairs.
    Update complex stylesheets easily modifying only the attributes you need
    Allow for attribute inheritance or defaulting of stylesheets.

    # TODO support [readOnly="true"] attribute-selectors
            QTextEdit, QListView  <-- you can have multiple classes.
            QCheckBox::indicator  <-- some psuedo classes have double colons
    """
    def __init__(self, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None, **styles):
        """
        Arguments to the constructor allow you to default different properties of the CSS Class.
        Any argument defined here will be global to this StyleSheet and cannot be overidden later.

        :param cls: Default style prefix class to ``cls``
        :param name: Default object name to ``name`` (hashtag) is not needed.
        :param psuedo: Default psuedo class to ``psuedo``, example: ``:hover``
        """
        self.cls_scope = cls
        self.psuedo_scope = psuedo
        self.name_scope = name
        self._styles = OrderedDict() # we'll preserve the order of attributes given - python 3.6+
        if styles:
            self.setStylesDict(OrderedDict(styles))

    def _ident(self, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None):

        # -- ensure value is of correct type ----------------------------------------
        if cls is not None and not inspect.isclass(cls):
            raise ValueError(f'cls must be None or a class object, got: {type(cls)}')

        if name is not None and not isinstance(name, str):
            raise ValueError(f'name must be None or a str, got: {type(name)}')

        if psuedo is not None and not isinstance(psuedo, str):
            raise ValueError(f'psuedo must be None or a str, got: {type(psuedo)}')

        # -- ensure not overiding defaults -------------------------------------------
        if cls is not None and self.cls_scope is not None:
            raise ValueError(f'cls was set in __init__, you cannot override it')

        if name is not None and self.name_scope is not None:
            raise ValueError(f'name was set in __init__, you cannot override it')

        if psuedo is not None and self.psuedo_scope is not None:
            raise ValueError(f'psuedo was set in __init__, you cannot override it')

        # -- apply defaults if set ---------------------------------------------------
        if cls is None and self.cls_scope is not None:
            cls = self.cls_scope

        if name is None and self.name_scope is not None:
            name = self.name_scope

        if psuedo is None and self.psuedo_scope is not None:
            psuedo = self.psuedo_scope

        # return a tuple that can be used as a dictionary key.
        ident = tuple([getattr(cls, '__name__', None), name or None, psuedo or None])
        return ident

    def _class_definition(self, ident):
        """Get the class definition string"""
        cls, name, psuedo = ident
        return '%s%s%s' % (cls or '', name or '', psuedo or '')

    def _fix_underscores(self, styles):
        return OrderedDict([(k.replace('_', '-'), v) for k,v in styles.items()])

    def setStylesStr(self, styles):
        """
        Parse styles from a string and set them on this object.
        """
        raise NotImplementedError()
        self._update()

    def setStylesDict(self, styles, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None):
        """
        Set styles using a dictionary instead of keyword arguments
        """
        styles = self._fix_underscores(styles)
        if not isinstance(styles, dict):
            raise ValueError(f'`styles` must be dict, got: {type(styles)}')
        if not styles:
            raise ValueError('`styles` cannot be empty')

        ident = self._ident(cls, name, psuedo)
        stored = self._styles.get(ident, OrderedDict())
        stored.update(styles)
        self._styles[ident] = stored

        self._update()

    def setStyles(self, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None, **styles):
        """
        Set or update styles according to the CSS Class definition provided by (cls, name, psuedo) using keyword-arguments.

        Any css attribute with a hyphen ``-`` character should be changed to an underscore ``_`` when passed as a keyword argument.

        Example::

            Lets suppose we want to create the css class:

                QFrame#BorderTest { background-color: white; margin:4px; border:1px solid #a5a5a5; border-radius: 10px;}

            >>> stylesheet.setStyle(cls=QFrameBorderTest, background_color='white', margin='4px', border_radius='10px')

            >>> print(stylesheet)

            QFrame#BorderTest { background-color: white; margin:4px; border:1px solid #a5a5a5; border-radius: 10px;}
        """
        styles = OrderedDict(styles)
        self.setStylesDict(styles=styles, cls=cls, name=name, psuedo=psuedo)

    def getStyles(self, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None):
        """
        Return the dictionary representations of styles for the CSS Class definition provided by (cls, name, psuedo)

        :returns: styles dict (keys with hyphens)
        """
        ident = self._ident(cls, name, psuedo)
        return self._styles.get(ident)

    def getClassIdents(self):
        """Get all class identifier tuples"""
        return list(self._styles.keys())

    def getClassDefinitions(self):
        """Get all css class definitions, but not the css attributes/body"""
        return [self._class_definition(ident) for ident in self.getClassIdents()]

    def validate(self):
        """
        Validate all the styles and attributes on this class
        """
        raise NotImplementedError()

    def merge(self, stylesheet, overwrite=True):
        """
        Merge another QStyleSheet with this QStyleSheet.
        The QStyleSheet passed as an argument will be left un-modified.

        :param overwrite: if set to True the matching class definitions will be overwritten
                          with attributes and values from ``stylesheet``.
                          Otherwise, the css attributes will be updated from ``stylesheet``
        :type overwrite: QStyleSheet
        """
        for ident in stylesheet.getClassIdents():
            styles = stylesheet.getStyles(ident)
            cls, name, psuedo = ident
            self.setStylesDict(styles, cls=cls, name=name, psuedo=psuedo)

        self._update()

    def clear(self, cls=None, name=None, psuedo=None):
        """
        Clear styles matching the Class definition

        The style dictionary cleared will be returned

        None will be returned if nothing was cleared.
        """
        ident = self._ident(cls, name, psuedo)
        return self._styles.pop(ident, None)

    def _update(self):
        """Update the internal string representation"""
        stylesheet = []
        for ident, styles in self._styles.items():
            if not styles:
                continue
            css_cls = self._class_definition(ident)
            css_cls = css_cls + ' ' if css_cls else ''
            styles_str = '\n'.join([f'{k}: {v};' for k, v in styles.items()])

            styles_str = textwrap.indent(styles_str, ''.ljust(4))
            stylesheet.append('%s{\n%s\n}' % (css_cls, styles_str))

        self.data = '\n\n'.join(stylesheet)


class Expander(QWidget):
    def __init__(self, parent=None, title=None, animationDuration=200):
        super().__init__(parent=parent)

        self.animationDuration = animationDuration
        self.toggleAnimation = QtCore.QParallelAnimationGroup()
        self.contentArea = QScrollArea()
        self.headerLine = QFrame()
        self.toggleButton = QToolButton()
        self.mainLayout = QGridLayout()

        toggleButton = self.toggleButton
        self.toggleButtonQStyle = QStyleSheet(QToolButton, border='none')
        toggleButton.setStyleSheet(str(self.toggleButtonQStyle))
        toggleButton.setToolButtonStyle(QtCore.Qt.ToolButtonTextBesideIcon)
        toggleButton.setArrowType(QtCore.Qt.RightArrow)
        toggleButton.setText(title or '')
        toggleButton.setCheckable(True)
        toggleButton.setChecked(False)
        toggleButton.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy.Minimum, QSizePolicy.Minimum)

        headerLine = self.headerLine
        self.headerLineQStyle = QStyleSheet(QFrame)
        headerLine.setFrameShape(QFrame.NoFrame)  # see: https://doc.qt.io/archives/qt-4.8/qframe.html#Shape-enum
        headerLine.setFrameShadow(QFrame.Plain)   # see: https://doc.qt.io/archives/qt-4.8/qframe.html#Shape-enum
        headerLine.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy.Expanding, QSizePolicy.Maximum)

        self.contentAreaQStyle = QStyleSheet(QScrollArea, border='none')
        self.contentArea.setStyleSheet(str(self.contentAreaQStyle))
        self.contentArea.setSizePolicy(QSizePolicy.Expanding, QSizePolicy.Fixed)
        # start out collapsed
        self.contentArea.setMaximumHeight(0)
        self.contentArea.setMinimumHeight(0)
        # let the entire widget grow and shrink with its content
        toggleAnimation = self.toggleAnimation
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, b"minimumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self, b"maximumHeight"))
        toggleAnimation.addAnimation(QtCore.QPropertyAnimation(self.contentArea, b"maximumHeight"))
        # don't waste space
        mainLayout = self.mainLayout
        mainLayout.setVerticalSpacing(0)
        mainLayout.setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0)
        row = 0
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.toggleButton, row, 0, 1, 1, QtCore.Qt.AlignLeft)
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.headerLine, row, 2, 1, 1)
        row += 1
        mainLayout.addWidget(self.contentArea, row, 0, 1, 3)
        super().setLayout(self.mainLayout)

        def start_animation(checked):
            arrow_type = QtCore.Qt.DownArrow if checked else QtCore.Qt.RightArrow
            direction = QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Forward if checked else QtCore.QAbstractAnimation.Backward
            toggleButton.setArrowType(arrow_type)
            self.toggleAnimation.setDirection(direction)
            self.toggleAnimation.start()

        self.toggleButton.clicked.connect(start_animation)

    def setHeaderFrameStyles(self, styles):
        self._setWidgetStyles(self.headerLine, self.headerLineQStyle, styles)

    def setToggleButtonStyles(self, styles):
        self._setWidgetStyles(self.toggleButton, self.toggleButtonQStyle, styles)

    def setContentAreaStyles(self, styles):
        self._setWidgetStyles(self.contentArea, self.contentAreaQStyle, styles)

    def _setWidgetStyles(self, widget, qstylesheet, var):
        if isinstance(var, QStyleSheet):
            qstylesheet.merge(var)
            widget.setStyleSheet(str(qstylesheet))
        elif isinstance(var, dict):
            qstylesheet.setStylesDict(var)
            widget.setStyleSheet(str(qstylesheet))
        elif isinstance(var, str):
            widget.setStyleSheet(var)
        else:
            raise ValueError('invalid argument type: {type(var)}')



    def setLayout(self, contentLayout):
        """
        Set the layout container that you would like to expand/collapse.

        This should be called after all styles are set.
        """
        # Not sure if this is equivalent to self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.destroy()
        self.contentArea.setLayout(contentLayout)
        collapsedHeight = self.toggleButton.sizeHint().height()
        contentHeight = contentLayout.sizeHint().height()
        for i in range(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount()-1):
            spoilerAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(i)
            spoilerAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
            spoilerAnimation.setStartValue(collapsedHeight)
            spoilerAnimation.setEndValue(collapsedHeight + contentHeight)
        contentAnimation = self.toggleAnimation.animationAt(self.toggleAnimation.animationCount() - 1)
        contentAnimation.setDuration(self.animationDuration)
        contentAnimation.setStartValue(0)
        contentAnimation.setEndValue(contentHeight)


class MainWindow(QMainWindow):
    LIGHT_BLUE = '#148cc1'
    MED_BLUE = '#0c6a94'
    DARK_BLUE = '#0a3a6b'
    PALE_SALMON = '#fd756d'
    LIGHT_GREY = '#d2d5da'
    SLATE = '#525863'

    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()

        self.WINDOW_STYLE = QStyleSheet(QMainWindow, background_color=self.SLATE)
        self.WINDOW_STYLE = str(self.WINDOW_STYLE)

        self.LABEL_STYLE = QStyleSheet(QLabel, color=self.DARK_BLUE, font_weight=400, font_size='9pt')
        self.LABEL_STYLE = str(self.LABEL_STYLE)

        # -- QPushButton stylesheet ---------------------
        self.BUTTON_STYLE = s1 = QStyleSheet()

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, 
                    color='white', 
                    font_weight=400,
                    border_style='solid',
                    padding='4px',
                    background_color=self.LIGHT_BLUE)

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, psuedo=':pressed',
                    background_color=self.PALE_SALMON)

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, psuedo=':focus-pressed',
                    background_color=self.PALE_SALMON)

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, psuedo=':disabled',
                    background_color=self.LIGHT_GREY)

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, psuedo=':checked',
                    background_color=self.PALE_SALMON)

        s1.setStyles(cls=QPushButton, psuedo=':hover:!pressed:!checked',
                    background_color=self.MED_BLUE)
        self.BUTTON_STYLE = str(self.BUTTON_STYLE)

        self.BUTTON_GROUPBOX_STYLE = QStyleSheet(QGroupBox, border='none', font_weight='bold', color='white')
        self.BUTTON_GROUPBOX_STYLE = str(self.BUTTON_GROUPBOX_STYLE)

        self.TEXT_EDIT_STYLE = QStyleSheet(QTextEdit, color='white', border=f'1px solid {self.LIGHT_BLUE}', background_color=self.MED_BLUE)
        self.TEXT_EDIT_STYLE = str(self.TEXT_EDIT_STYLE)

        self.initUI()

    def initUI(self):
        contents_vbox = QVBoxLayout()
        label_box = QHBoxLayout()
        for text in ('hello', 'goodbye', 'adios'):
            lbl = QLabel(text)
            lbl.setStyleSheet(self.LABEL_STYLE)
            lbl.setAlignment(Qt.AlignCenter)
            label_box.addWidget(lbl)

        button_group = QButtonGroup()
        button_group.setExclusive(True)
        button_group.buttonClicked.connect(self._button_clicked)
        self.button_group = button_group 

        button_hbox = QHBoxLayout()


        for _id, text in enumerate(('small', 'medium', 'large')):
            btn = QPushButton(text)
            btn.setCheckable(True)
            btn.setStyleSheet(self.BUTTON_STYLE)
            button_group.addButton(btn)
            button_group.setId(btn, _id)
            button_hbox.addWidget(btn)

        button_group.buttons()[0].toggle()

        text_area = QTextEdit()
        text_area.setPlaceholderText('Type a greeting here')
        text_area.setStyleSheet(self.TEXT_EDIT_STYLE)

        contents_vbox.addLayout(label_box)
        contents_vbox.addLayout(button_hbox)
        contents_vbox.addWidget(text_area)

        collapsible = Expander(self, 'Expander')
        collapsible.setToggleButtonStyles({'padding': '4px', 'background-color': 'white'})
        collapsible.setContentAreaStyles({'background-color': 'white'})
        collapsible.setLayout(contents_vbox)

        vbox = QVBoxLayout()
        vbox.addWidget(collapsible)
        vbox.setAlignment(Qt.AlignTop)
        widget = QWidget()
        widget.setLayout(vbox)

        self.setCentralWidget(widget)


        self.setGeometry(200, 200, 500, 400)
        self.setWindowTitle('Expander')
        self.setStyleSheet(self.WINDOW_STYLE)
        self.show()

    def _button_clicked(self, button):
        """
        For the toggle behavior of a QButtonGroup to work you must 
        connect the clicked signal!
        """
        print('button-active', self.button_group.id(button))


if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = QApplication(sys.argv)
    ex = MainWindow()
    sys.exit(app.exec_())




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