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Dr. Azad Rasul
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18- Creating a responsive dialogue box using PyQGIS

Are you tired of manually asking users if they want to save changes in QGIS? Look no further than this step-by-step guide on how to build an interactive dialog box! With the help of PyQGIS, you can create a user-friendly experience that saves time and effort. Follow along and learn how to streamline your workflow with this handy tool.

Building a dialog box to ask if users want to save changes:

# import the necessary modules
from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QMessageBox

# create a QMessageBox instance
qmb = QMessageBox()

# set the text displayed on the QMessageBox:
qmb.setText('Want to save your changes?')

# set the standard buttons for the QMessageBox (Save, Discard, and Cancel):
qmb.setStandardButtons(QMessageBox.Save | QMessageBox.Discard | QMessageBox.Cancel)

# execute the QMessageBox and store the return value:
return_value = qmb.exec()

# check the return value and print a message based on the button pressed:
if return_value == QMessageBox.Save:
    print("You pressed Save")
elif return_value == QMessageBox.Discard:
    print("You pressed Discard")
    print('You pressed Cancel')
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In conclusion, building an interactive dialog box in PyQGIS can greatly improve the user experience and streamline workflows in QGIS. With this step-by-step guide, users can easily create a dialog box to prompt users to save changes, saving time and effort. By utilizing PyQGIS, users can create a more efficient and user-friendly experience in QGIS.

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