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Starting a python project in qt creator, how?
Pataruutu last edited by
i'm afraid this isn't possible but i'm still asking.. anyways here comes nothing.
So, in qt designer, i can make GUIs with relative ease using widgets and connecting boxes to buttons etc, and after i'm done i can just convert the created .ui file to a .py file with a simple command. Now the problem is, it creates really simplistic (and imo ugly) GUIs and what i have seen, Qt creator has much better results
as seen in here-->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJKVb7WpQ_c&t=168s
however after some googling it turns out that you can (from what i've noticed) only create c++ projects but no python ones. Yes, you can use it to create python programs but no gui development seems to be possible with creator, only with designer.
@Pataruutu Actually QtCreator uses Designer to create GUIs, so I'm wondering why GUIs designed in Designer are uglier compared to QtCreator?
Hi the video you link is QML :)
So its its the reason it looks differently.
The one you call ugly is QWidgets and it uses the default look of the platform.
It seems you can use QML with pyt