• bmccardle

    I added a left_button_items to a view, but the back button is still there. Is there a way to remove the back button?

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  • bmccardle

    I have a table view which is a subview of navigation view. When you select a row it will push a view. There are currently 6 custom view which have there own .py and .pyui file.
    Each view has a button that calls a function which is tied to the .py file associated with the view. When the button is tapped nothing happens. Is there a way to associate an action with the .py file that is associated with the custom view, not the table view?

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  • bmccardle

    How do you push a view from tableview? You can push a view from a button since it is a subclass of view, but tableview is a subclass of scrollview and it does not look like it is possible.

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  • bmccardle

    @JonB Thanks, I did put the table inside the navigation view.

    I figured it out, when I had ListDataSource.action I was trying to send the action to push_view instead of NavigationView.push_view()

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  • bmccardle

    I think the problem is with listDataSource. When you link it to an action it does not support push view.

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