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How do I activate a layout on a widget that is not itself part of a larger layout?
cscooper last edited by
I am creating a QGroupBox which has a QGridLayout which contains two child widgets. I am then setting the parent of the QGroupBox to be a QFrame which (for historical reasons) does not have a layout. The problem is that the QGroupBox doesn't fit itself at all well to its contents - it is way too small, and the child widgets are themselves shrunk down (the QLabel, which is initially 100x30, shrinks to 68x0 when added to the layout). I suspect this is happening because the QGroupBox isn't part of a larger layout. How do I tell the QGroupBox (or its QGridLayout) to fit itself nicely to its child widgets?
@QGroupBox* pBox = new QGroupBox(szName, this);
QLabel* pVolumeLabel = new QLabel("Volume: 38 mm3", pBox);
QPushButton* pMenuButton = new QPushButton(targetIcon, "", pBox);
QGridLayout* pLayout = new QGridLayout(pBox);
pLayout->setContentsMargins(0, 0, 0, 0);
pLayout->addWidget(pVolumeLabel, 0, 0);
pLayout->addWidget(pMenuButton, 0, 1);
andreyc last edited by
I guess you need to handle the size of QGroupBox by yourself.
As "Layout Management":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5/layout.html doc states
"The Qt layout system provides a simple and powerful way of automatically arranging child widgets within a widget to ensure that they make good use of the available space."
Maybe a call to adjustSize ?
Hope it helps