I previously developed an application with PyQT4, including a QListWidget, with a right-click-pop-up-window that allowed the user to quickly delete rows from the widget.
This was based on code from Stack Overflow: PyQt: How to get most of QListWidget
Unfortunately, upon upgrading to PYQt5, this functionality is now broken. I get the error: QListWidget object has no attribute 'connect'.
I suspect this is a due to a new implementation in PyQt5, which is quite annoying, although I can't find a simple way to fix this from the new Qt documentation.
Could someone suggest how I might restore my original functionality please?
I'd prefer to not roll back to Qt5 in the interest of future-proofing.
So, to fix the problem, replace the line
self.myListWidget.connect(self.myListWidget, QtCore.SIGNAL("customContextMenuRequested(QPoint)" ), self.listItemRightClicked)
and replace the line
self.connect(menu_item, QtCore.SIGNAL("triggered()"), self.menuItemClicked)