On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 07:20:01AM +0900, Richard Dale wrote:
> All I've done is take existing .ui files and make sure they can either be
> compiled to ruby with the rbuic tool, or read in at runtime via
> QUI::WidgetFactory.create. I'm a newbie too. So we really do need examples.
> Is there a Qt Designer tutorial that could be translated from C++ to ruby
> like I did with the cannon game tutorial? Thats a lot easier than starting
> from scratch.

i prefer widgetfactory.create
the entire rbuic / uic idea
disgusts me.

anyways. good point about previous
work :). i'll check.

> I find the Qt Designer UI takes a bit of getting used to. I was expecting to
> be able to drag widgets off the palette like you can in Apple's Interface
> Builder. Instead you click on the widget on the palette, and it puts the
> cursor in 'place widget' mode. It took me about 10 mins to work out what
> that was about. If you double click on the palette it gets stuck in 'place
> widget' mode.

i still want to rewrite qt designer :)
still hate it :P
Alex