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Monday, November 27th 2006, 4:37pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: Disable QDockArea context menu

Did you override for your QDockWidget or for the widget inside it? I can't remember which one you are supposed to override, but try both.

Tuesday, July 18th 2006, 7:01pm

Author: chickenblood

Any "outlook navigation bar" component available in QT?

Quoted Quoted but to know how intuitive they are would require hands on experience. It'd require a target client to be put before the machine and asked to use it. And I can say it is more intuitive for me (and that's what I said) and I don't need any special experience for that. Once again: You don't know how intuitive it is unless you have tried to use it. It has nothing to do with _special experience_, it's just simple logic. Claiming otherwise is just talking out of your arse. I can claim an...

Saturday, July 15th 2006, 8:15pm

Author: chickenblood

Stationary QDialog

Fair enough. I stand corrected.

Friday, July 14th 2006, 7:57pm

Author: chickenblood

Stationary QDialog

Nope. There is no easy way to stop the window manager from allowing windows to be moved by the user (on any platform). You will have to draw your own window frame or just make the colours contrast more if you want to do that. On the other hand, you can just accept that the user will move the messagebox if he wants to!

Friday, July 14th 2006, 7:39pm

Author: chickenblood

Stationary QDialog

It should also work in Qt3, but the name of the flag is different. Check the QWidget docs and look for the section on WFlags.

Thursday, July 13th 2006, 11:26pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: Stationary QDialog

Remove it's frame using Qt::FramelessWindowHint in the Qt::WindowFlags.

Monday, January 23rd 2006, 7:41pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: UIC Question

Which examples are you referring to? If you look at the link that I posted above, you will see that uic does not generate a declaration QObject subclass (like it did in Qt3). It generates a helper class for constructing a GUI. You then have three methods that you can choose from to implement this GUI. They are clearly described in the documentation that I linked to. The one that is closest to the old Qt3 style is the 'Multiple Inheritance Approach'.

Monday, January 23rd 2006, 7:25pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: UIC Question

Quoted Originally posted by thomas1477 Should uic generate both a .h and .cpp file? No just a .h file. Please read the Qt4 docs for more info: http://doc.trolltech.com/4.1/designer-using-a-component.html

Monday, January 2nd 2006, 5:05am

Author: chickenblood

RE: Qt 4.1 Custom Slots.

Just declare your custom slots in the derived class (as you had to do anyway in Qt3 - you just avoid having to have them virtual now).

Saturday, December 31st 2005, 6:12pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: Widget - Mode [ Design / Runtime ]

Quoted Originally posted by sunil_thaha No I am not able to get that edit in the Popup menu. I believe it isn't enough. OK, my mistake. It works that way when you derive from QTable. I find the Qt3 Designer code to be a bit inconsistent when dealing with widget plugins.

Saturday, December 31st 2005, 2:31am

Author: chickenblood

RE: Widget - Mode [ Design / Runtime ]

Actually, the fact that it derives from QComboBox, should be enough. You shouldn't have to name it 'QComboBox'.

Friday, December 23rd 2005, 6:54pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: how to create slide show with QWidget stack?

Quoted Originally posted by Krasu or Sleep() on WIN32 and nanosleep() on Linux. ...which are still bad because they block the event loop.

Friday, December 23rd 2005, 6:28pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: What is going on with this Forum?

Quoted Originally posted by wysota They are no longer admins of this forum. BTW. I sense you have been sent a PM regarding this issue I guess they should update this page then : http://www.qtforum.org/team.php?styleid=0&sid= Aha, now I've seen the private messages (no notification for those either). Thanks to yourself, Hatulflezet and Jacek. Sorry for the noise, I hope it all gets fixed soon.

Friday, December 23rd 2005, 4:48pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: integrate a QT4 application in a MDI delphi application

Quoted Originally posted by pavlacki As final I want to display QWidet inside of a Delphi window My QT application become a pluggin for other windows applications Thanks Sounds like you might want to write an ActiveX control. Have a look at the QAxServer module.

Friday, December 23rd 2005, 4:33pm

Author: chickenblood

What is going on with this Forum?

Since QtForum moved locations, I've not been able to receive any notifications on threads that I am subscribed to. I'm writing here in desperation as a cry for help. I've written to two administrators already with no response whatsoever. What is going on?

Wednesday, December 21st 2005, 5:22pm

Author: chickenblood

QAccel - Showing accelerator underscores

Quoted Originally posted by scooter If you have this problem with another Windows 2000/XP computer, just press once the Alt key, and magically the accelerators become underscored for the program's session... No, the underscores only appear while the window has focus..

Monday, December 19th 2005, 11:27pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: QAccel - Showing accelerator underscores

You're using Windows 2000/XP aren't you? Right click on the desktop, press 'Properties...' Switch to the "Effects" tab and click "Hide keyboard navigation indicators until I use the ALT key."

Monday, December 19th 2005, 9:19pm

Author: chickenblood

RE: Connect (solved)

Quoted Originally posted by mickey I'm sorry. If I code so: Source code 1 2 w=(MainForm*) qApp->mainWidget(); connect(this, SIGNAL(myUpdate()), w ,SLOT(updateWidgets()) ); compile succefully but console say that sender is 'null' That's only natural, because you don't have a main widget (nor do you necessarily need one). What would be better, is to use this: Source code 1 2 w=(MainForm*) topLevelWidget(); connect(this, SIGNAL(myUpdate()), w ,SLOT(updateWidgets()) );

Thursday, December 15th 2005, 5:17pm

Author: chickenblood

a method to be sure that show() is actually completed

QWidget::raise(), QWidget::lower() and QWidget::stackUnder(). Of course all widgets concerned must be in the same process.