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pip? Anaconda? What packages are you using in your work with it?
conda install pyopengl, and switching to a different version of Qt (check with
conda list qt; if you have 5.6.x run
conda install pyqt=5.9, and for 5.9 run
conda install pyqt=5.6; if you don't have Anaconda try using that instead).
conda update anaconda-navigatorfrom the Anaconda prompt) but on Windows there's rarely any reason to use it to launch Spyder, since its far quicker to just use the Start menu shortcut for Spyder directly. You can also launch it from the Anaconda prompt by simply typing
.dofile from within a normal Python script. If you run that script or call it as a function in Spyder, the
.doshould be run. The bonus of this approach is that it should work in any Python interpreter, not just from within Spyder, so your workflow is reusable and reproducible. If you want a way to open a Stata file in Spyder, edit it, and run it directly, you could probably write a simple Spyder plugin that would add a command to the menu that would execute the same automatically for the current file; in Spyder 4 (due out soon) you will be able to designate a specific script as the "main" one for each project that can be run at any time via custom shortcut; you could make that a Python wrapper script that ran your Stata
pyopengl, switching Qt versions, etc).
The System is fully updated, and i don't think there is any specific driver for the current videocard.
You have to have some sort of driver; if you don't and its falling back on something generic, ancient, etc. that could explain the problems. If you type
jupyter qtconsole at the Anaconda prompt, do you get a working copy of the QtConsole GUI console (the same one that powers Spyder's Console)?
Is not clair for me if i have to switch QT version. After i'running i.e q.t version 5.6 i have to upgrade? or downgrade?
conda list qt
pyqtis 5.6.[something], run
conda install pyqt=5.9 qt=5.9
pyqtis 5.9.[something], run
conda install pyqt=5.6 qt=5.6