QWebEngineView in QtDesigner
enmaniac last edited by enmaniac
I have installed QtCreator 3.6.1. I wanted to make some widget layout with built-in QtDesigner and place QWebEngineView in it but I am not able to find any. QWebView also seems to be missing.
Have those been removed or am I missing something ?
eureka last edited by
In Qt 5.6 Creator if I right click on any *.ui file in Forms folder in Qt Creator
I can open the *.ui file in separate Qt Designer instance.
A Former User last edited by
@enmaniac QWebKit was removed in Qt 5.6. So QWebView is no longer available. Use QWebEngineView as a replacement. In Qt Designer, just add a QWidget to your form and promote it to QWebEngineView (base class: QWidget, header: QWebEngineView). Don't forget to add webenginewidgets to your project file.
havasu78 last edited by
The last entry in this discussion says "...just add a QWidget to your form..." but QWidget is not an item that can be added to the form in PyQt5Designer. So how can a QWidget be added to a form if its not in the drag and drop menu?
but QWidget is not an item that can be added to the form in PyQt5Designer
Why do you think so? QWidget is located under "Containers" in the Designer.