kibab at icehouse.net
Thu Nov 18 02:05:39 GMT 2004
On Wednesday 17 November 2004 3:12 am, Thomas Bellos wrote:
> 1. I made some menus in Qt with Qtdesigner [File (new,open,etc)]
> and I would like to know how can I display different screens each
> time one of them is clicked (in html terms, change the source of the page)
If you want to keep 'switching' widgets when some event happens, take a look
at QWidgetStack. It allows you to hold many widgets and display any one of
them at a given time.
> 2. Is there an equivelant for the html frame tag for Qt?
Just lay it out how you want it with the 'frame' widget being a QWidgetStack.
> Any help would be appreciated.
Your best bet will be to read through the material that some of the other
people already mentioned.
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