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    Default resize main window and widgets inside it on screen/monitor size change

    My MainWindows is subclassing QMainWindow.
    I have multiple monitors. My mainwindow and widgets inside the main loose their aspect ratio after moving from one screen to other.

    How can I resize my main window according to new screen size while maintaining the aspect ratio?

    I tried following this, it didn't help in my case.

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,

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    Default Re: resize main window and widgets inside it on screen/monitor size change

    Quote Originally Posted by tesmai4 View Post
    How can I resize my main window according to new screen size while maintaining the aspect ratio?
    Reimplement the resize event or use width-for-height functionality.
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