QGroupBox with two rows of widgets
tom at sobota.net
Mon May 3 21:20:15 BST 2021
I also use emacs :-) That's why I never use Creator but only Designer.
Actually Creator internally calls Designer for all gui edition
On Mon, May 3, 2021 at 10:14 PM Tomas Sobota <tom at sobota.net> wrote:
> >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.
>> 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,
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