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Couple of questions about Qt Creator UI
Jacek Poplawski last edited by
There are windows like "stack" or "local variables", they are very useful during debugging, but they are worthless when debugger is off.
How to auto hide them when I am not debugging? Do I need to manually click them off in menu?
How to put stack view in the same window as problems/log messages so it won't occupy more space?
How to open multiple files and quickly switch between them? I am only aware of ctrl+TAB but it's not as friendly as tabs or even a list of files subset (not all files in project).
andrep last edited by
The debugger views are not visible when in "Edit" mode, so either click on "Edit" or press a suitable short cut, like "Ctrl-2". Simply "Esc" takes you there, too.
Unlock the Windows (Windows->Views->Locked), drag & drop where you want and either re-lock, or leave them unlocked.
http://qt-project.org/doc/qtcreator-2.8/creator-faq.html, last question.