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  1. #1
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    CAknSettingItemList in Qt

    Hello,

    Is there something similar to Symbian's "CAknSettingItemList" in Qt? Or do I have to create a custom settings GUI? Is to possible to show an "CAknSettingItemList" from an Qt App in a separate view?

    Regards,

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    Re: CAknSettingItemList in Qt

    Hi,

    I've also been looking for this, from what I've found the best way to do this is just use the form layout with standard qt controls, and accept the fact that qt apps just DONT look like symbian apps.

    I especially can't understand why the QMessageBox is so different to native symbian when it really doesn't have to be.

    Cheers -Mike

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    Re: CAknSettingItemList in Qt

    Yes, that's exactly what I have also done now. For dialogs (e.g. waiting dialog, etc.) you can directly integrate the native Symbian controls but you have to mess around with resource files (if the specific dialog requires initialization from a resource).

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    Re: CAknSettingItemList in Qt

    For Setting list i suggest, you create your own widget then messing with resource files.

    Point is .. if you continue to use the native Symbian.C++ controls from Qt then i think you batter use the AVKON then Qt,.

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