On Oct 17, 2006, at 9:12 AM, Karl Merkley wrote:
I'll answer my own question. It works if I use a QWidget instead for
the base class and promote the QWidget. Now, I'd like to know why
doesn't the MS project get the OpenGL32.lib and the glu32.lib's added
directly into the build? It does get the QGL library stuff but not
the base OS libs. It seems that I had this problem before in Qt
3.2.1 but it was fixed later. I may not be remembering this
I have a class derived from QGLWidget that I want to insert as a
custom widget using the Designer. How do I do this? I used to do
this all the time in Qt 3 and it was the easiest way introduce
students to the concepts.
I tried creating a QFrame in the designer and promoting the frame
to a custom widget but then I get compile errors about missing
necessary methods in QFrame. I then tried modifying my class to
derive from both QGLWidget and QFrame but then I get compile errors
about methods being multiply defined.
Any direction would be greatly appreciated.
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