The online installer provides 5.15.2.
It also provides a more recent version of Qt Creator which might work better than the one you are currently using.
Well, huh. I thought I tried that one with the bigger project before, but it does work with the test program here, so that must have been something else. Thank you for your assistance.
As what you wish for - takes a huge amount of code and forces a preconceived structure on the users
and its going from very complicated and involving to plain impossible in scope :)
In 30 years of programming, i have not seen any WYSIWYG editor that supported adding
unknown classes to static code generation for GUI instance construction.
Just realized, that I had still thread still open.
I'll share how I managed to circumvent the problem. Sadly I haven't found a real solution as of now.
In the function that makes the screenshot, I added this line just before calling QWidget::render
For some reason I have to set the stylesheet new for each time. Simply setting this once will not work.
Anyway, I'll mark it as solved,
unless someone else has a new idea !?
Thanks for the link, but I am mostly interested in being able to do it all through the Qt Designer UI via a plugin.
This will not work. You need to have a separate layout object for each of your widgets, and a separate set of QPushButton objects for each of the layouts.