Creating the main form

In Chapter 1, Getting Started with Qt Creator, you learned the basic elements of the Qt Widgets designer, including the palette of widgets you can use, the central Edit pane, the tree of objects, and the Property view. The following screenshot shows the Qt Designer again:

Working from left to right, the parts of the screen you see are as follows:

  1. The Views selector, presently indicating that the Qt Designer view is active.
  2. The palette of possible widgets you can lay out on your form.
  3. The form editor, above the connection editor that lets you wire signals and slots between widgets.
  4. The object tree, indicating all of ...

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