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Talk:How to use QToolBar and QToolButton in Qt
This article shows the use of QtoolBar and QtoolButton.This article is one of the basic article of QT.
Tool button is a special button that provides quick-access to specific commands or options. As opposed to a normal command button, a tool button usually doesn't show a text label, but shows an icon instead.
The QToolBar class provides a movable panel that contains a set of controls.When a toolbar is resized in such a way that it is too small to show all the items it contains, an extension button will appear as the last item in the toolbar. Pressing the extension button will pop up a menu containing the items that does not currently fit in the toolbar
Article shows the various functions of QtoolBar and QtoolButton. Introduction of the article explain every thing about the intact article. And in the end image partial with great hand.(things)
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QToolbar isn't supposed to be properly supported on Symbian. How does this look on a real device? Do you need to explicitly set geometry?
22:14, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
NightOwl - Add QToolBar to "SoftKey Bar" / "Control Pane" / "Command Button Area"
I have been searching everywhere on the web in hopes of finding a code example that shows how to add a QToolbar to the "SoftKey Bar" / "Control Pane" / "Command Button Area" (the default bar at the bottom of the screen). Would someone please post an example of how to do this?Thank you!
23:08, 17 May 2012 (EEST)