QGroupBox with two rows of widgets

Tomas Sobota tom at sobota.net
Mon May 3 18:43:18 BST 2021

You don't need full Creator, for what you want Designer is enough.
Also, Designer is much more powerful than glade. I do all my qt gui design
in Designer, for pyqt and also for c++ Qt.
The command line for pyuic5 in Linux is:
#pyuic5  x.ui -o ui_x.py
where x.ui is the xml file generated by Designer and ui_x.py is the
generated python code.

On Mon, May 3, 2021 at 7:04 PM Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com>

> On Mon, 3 May 2021, Tomas Sobota wrote:
> > ... as a general suggestion for your learning, why don't you build your
> > GUI interactively with Qt Designer? That way you can look at the Python
> > code that is generated by pyuic. It's very handy
> Tom,
> I'll do that. Back 10-15 years I used wxPython and found that glade was
> unsatisfactory so I've avoided looking at using Creater (which Slackware
> has
> rather than only Designer).
> Regardless, I can see the advantages for learning.
> Thank you,
> Rich
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