QGroupBox with two rows of widgets

Tomas Sobota tom at sobota.net
Mon May 3 21:14:32 BST 2021

>Creating Python code from an .ui file must be repeated after every small
>design change, which can be quite tedious.

yes, agreed that it is tedious, that's why I use a Makefile to generate
In a typical Python project there are a few modules, a few designer .ui
files, one or more resource files and so on. You really need to use 'make'
(or equivalent) to keep everything up to date

On Mon, May 3, 2021 at 8:14 PM Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com>

> On Mon, 3 May 2021, Maurizio Berti wrote:
> > Please, read more carefully.
> > I used "tboxLayout", not "tbox":
> > tboxLayout..addLayout(tb1)
> > That tboxLayout refers to the previous point in my list, in which I
> > created that object as the layout to which you add the other child
> > layouts.
> Maurizio,
> Yes, I saw that.
> I used tbox as the layout name and assumed that added tb1 to it.
> Now I'm using Designer to replicate the widgets, groups, and layouts and
> I'll see how that translates to python code.
> Thank you,
> Rich
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