I don’t like giving up 🙂 And so I gave Qt another chance and installed the complete Qt Creator IDE from https://www.qt.io/product/development-tools. Most of it is targeted to C++ development and very little was done for Python – my idea is to continue using VSCode as code development editor and only use the Qt Designer from the Creator package for visual GUI development.
The Qt Designer that I’ve previously installed as a stand-alone application, wasn’t working well and my hope was that it’ll be better if I installed the whole QT Creator IDE thing.
And this indeed helped – no more docked window that resize spontaneously or others glitches, this is good news.
In VSCode, I’ve installed the “Qt for Python https://github.com/seanwu1105/vscode-qt-for-python that adds couple of nice features like ability to call QT Designer directly from the .ui file and to recognize PyQt and PySide file types.
What’s next? The next step is trying to create the GUI in the designer and then to start wiring the logic. More news to come 🙂
Keep hacking (•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑