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We will change the top widget again adding a ''KMainWindow'' to contain our ''QWidget''.
 
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A [http://api.kde.org/pykde-4.1-api/kdeui/KMainWindow.html KMainWindow] is intended to be the top level widget in most KDE applications.  It makes it very easy to add menus, toolbars and a statusbar to your application.  In this example I'm afraid to say it exists only to work around a bug where the application crashes if we don't use it.
 
A [http://api.kde.org/pykde-4.1-api/kdeui/KMainWindow.html KMainWindow] is intended to be the top level widget in most KDE applications.  It makes it very easy to add menus, toolbars and a statusbar to your application.  In this example I'm afraid to say it exists only to work around a bug where the application crashes if we don't use it.

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This tutorial uses Qt4, PyQt4, and PyKDE4.


We will change the top widget again adding a KMainWindow to contain our QWidget.

        self.window = KMainWindow()
        self.widget = QWidget()
        self.window.setCentralWidget(self.widget)

A KMainWindow is intended to be the top level widget in most KDE applications. It makes it very easy to add menus, toolbars and a statusbar to your application. In this example I'm afraid to say it exists only to work around a bug where the application crashes if we don't use it.

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