Another thing I found missing from the library was a convenient way to
create a propertybrowser from a QObject with properties, and later
set the values back into the QObject after the user is done
editing (esp. for flag properties!).
> On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 4:03 AM, Jarek Kobus <jkobus@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Thursday 23 October 2008 09:51, Peter Prade wrote:
>>> Just for another opinion here - i've used it as well, and i wouldn't pay
>>> money for it - the qtpropertybrowser "Solution" it's not up to the
>>> otherwise high standards of Qt.
>>> (i've developped a small application based on it, and afterwards wished
>>> i had invested the time to get along with the solution to create it
>> Hi Peter,
>> We are considering a redesign of QtPropertyBrowser framework, simplifying it
>> lot. In order to address as many issues as possible - what particular
>> problems did you have with the current framework?
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