On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 16:35:47 -0700, Christopher Thompson
> On March 14, 2005 01:34 pm, Oleg Malashenko wrote:
>> Hello, All.
> No, subclass QWidget and instantiate a QLineEdit and a QPushButton inside
> of it, in a layout.
> Or just use Qt Designer to do this.
Maybe I'm telling not clear enough, so sorry for my english.
I want to create a plugin. In that plugin I want to have widget
(MyLineEdit) with such properties:
1. It acts absolutely like QLineEdit
2. In the right of that widget there is a button (see pic.1 in my 1st
3. There is protected slot, that process button clicked() signal.
If I subclass QWidget, I'll have to provide interface to QLineEdit.
Next, if I provide such interface, I'll have to do the same up the class
hierarchy. Not very comfortable, isn't it? So, I try to subclass QLineEdit.
All that I get is picture 2 in my 1st letter.
Logically, I found that solution with subclassing QLineEdit. Next steps are
1. create base class QLineEdit
2. create QWidget w on parent
3. create QHBoxLayout l on w
4. reparent() this to w
5. create QPushButton b on w
6. insert both this and b into layout l
What do you say? I this a way?
P.S: I still can't make this method work :)
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