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JeffElkins
post Dec 13 2003, 09:14 AM
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Help! I'd like to ask a big favor.

I'm struggling with making the shift from procedural languanges to OOP and I'm badly stuck.

I have a small program that displays an input screen. It needs to respond to a button press, then display a new screen. Both screens are defined, as mentioned in another post, I can display one or the other.

I've been trying QWidgetStack, looking at source code from the SDK. etc, as yet w/o success.

Would someone be willing to examine the code and put me on the right path?

It's very trivial, one .h file, one main.cpp and one body .cpp

my email is jeffelkins@earthlink.net

TIA

Jeff
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lpotter
post Jan 18 2004, 01:00 AM
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Have you looked at the qt embedded example apps? Or the other Qtopia apps in qtopia or opie source code?

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post Jan 28 2004, 01:23 PM
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If your usnig the Sharp qt.2.3 version 5 I think there is a bug in qwidgetstack. At least when its parent is a mainwidget. I've not been able to get it to refresh properly in this circumstance. yet if its a child of a dialog it refreshes fine.

Support from trolltech was null on this issue.
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