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Saturday, September 17th 2011, 10:25am

My own widget - how to create

Hi Everyone, I'm quite fresh here so hello:)

Is it possible to create own widget and then using it in gui designer just like others (i.e. QTableWidget, QLabel etc.)?

I wondering if that's possible.

exapmle1: I need to create app with many windows. Many of those windows has common part (simplify) grupbox with three buttons 'OK', 'EDIT', 'DELETE' . Those buttons always has same slots implemented (only args differs). So I thinking about creating this once as i.e. MyQWidget, and then just putting this on layouts by drag and drop (like other widgets in Designer mode).

example2. I need to create many QTable widgets which always has same context menu. Can I create my own class (something like MyTableWidget : public QTableWidget) which has already implemented that context menu? And than use it in GUI Designer?

My point is to do some things once (like implementing popular in my app context menu: adding icons, labels,slots to that menu etc.) .

Best regards

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Saturday, September 17th 2011, 7:33pm

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