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    Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Hi..

    is there any way to implement the control mentioned in the following link in QT.

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...micSettingList

    pls suggest me..

    Thanks

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    Hi..

    is there any way to implement the control mentioned in the following link in QT.

    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...micSettingList

    pls suggest me..

    Thanks
    That page doesn't contain any occurrence of "control" word. Could you please clarify your question?

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Tis curious -- they say it's a code example, but there's no link to the code that I can see.

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Hi
    Daniil..

    i know there is no control word present. but i want to impliment the control of that sort. how can i do that..
    please suggest me

    Thanks

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    but i want to impliment the control of that sort.
    Could you please reformulate your question in other words without using words "control", "that" and similar pronouns.

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    Smile Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    HI..

    i am new to QT,

    i am implimenting the UI of the sort present in the link mentioned belwo.

    if i take the listview and customize it to get that look would be cumboursome and also it is time consuming.

    i want an effeciant way to impliment the UI given below..

    if you can give the hint also you are welcome.

    pls suggest me if i am wrong.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Hai,

    There is styleSheet option for widgets in QT.
    And also void QWidget::setStyle ( QStyle * style ) method is also used to change the style of widget.

    I think it will helpful to you

    Regards,
    Devi.ch

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    if i take the listview and customize it to get that look would be cumboursome and also it is time consuming.
    But screenshots there show default styling for Windows and Symbian Qt applications. You get this look and feel for free.

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    Unhappy Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Yes Danial,

    But i am stucked about how to get those UI...

    do u hv any ideas?

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    Yes Danial,

    But i am stucked about how to get those UI...

    do u hv any ideas?
    Qt comes with examples:
    http://qt.nokia.com/doc/4.6/examples.html
    The examples are covering usage of pretty much all available widgets (what you apparently call controls).
    The list of widgets used in FN wiki example is given in Source section.

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Thanks Danial.

    i want mobile specific widget only.

    mobile specific widget i need... pls tell me

    Thanks

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    i want mobile specific widget only.
    Qt doesn't have specific mobile widgets, it's a cross platform toolkit.

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Ya..

    but can you show me an single implemented example in QT of the UI mentioned of that sort.

    it will be more helpful...

    at lease can you give some idea.. in detail..i hv blank idea about the widget which i hv showed there.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    Quote Originally Posted by ravindra.n View Post
    at lease can you give some idea.. in detail..i hv blank idea about the widget which i hv showed there.
    Did you check already Qt examples?
    http://qt.nokia.com/doc/4.6/examples-widgets.html

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    Re: Help needed in implimenting control in QT

    The net-net is that someone screwed up when they created that wiki entry, and they left out the code for the example, or any link to it. You can look at other examples and get some ideas, but there are few Symbian-specific examples of Qt UI controls -- Qt is supposed to be "platform independent", so the issue of platform-specific UI features is largely ignored.

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