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Is there some easy way to make set of dependent actions. I mean I have some QActions and need to enable only one action each time like in radiobuttons. Is there some solution to do this from Qt Designer ?
You mean like enabling an action after specific others have been enabled?
I mean when I check one action, others must be unchecked.
I see. This clarifies your question.
May you can use "this":http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7/qabstractbutton.html#checkStateSet
but I have to admit that I am struggling with the text as well. So far, I have done the connected actions myself.
Let's see, if someone else has a solution. There must be one.
If the radio button example is what you need, you should have a "look":http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7/widgets-groupbox.html
I've got this actions on my main window toolbar thats why I can't place em to groupbox, cause I can't place groupbox in toolbar.
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Why don't you group your QActions behind the buttons in a QActionGroup, and call QActionGroup::setExclusive(true) on that group?
Ok, I made that you said, Andre. it's work but I cant get QAction group triggered signal. Who knows why ? This signal is very useful for me because I can get current triggered action just by connect one signal. So, please look anyone is there something wrong in the code. Actions is on tool-bar I made this in designer, maybe I need to remove them and put action group on toolbar ?
@QActionGroup * actionGrp = new QActionGroup(this);
connect(actionGrp,SIGNAL(triggered(QAction)), this, SLOT(onActionChanged(QAction)));@
I get this message: Object::connect: No such signal QActionGroup::triggered(QAction);
Sorry, my mistake forgot to put '*' :)
@connect(actionGrp,SIGNAL(triggered(QAction *)), this, SLOT(onActionChanged(QAction *)));@