[Solved]How can i do it?
Hellow, i am sure that it is stuped questions, but i dont find answer:
1)How can i do button like that in QTabBar
2)Is there any simple way to insert a grid to chart with axes(preferably scalable), like it
In advance thank you fot your help!
use sensible titles for your postings. How should we know if you can do something? Instead, use it for a super consise version of your question, like "Close button on QTabBar: how to enable?"
ask only one question per posting. That makes the discussion a whole lot easier to follow.
Then, for the answers:
look into the setTabsClosable() method of QTabBar.
use some existing charting library, like Qwt or KDAB's offer
Sorry next time try to write more descriptive titles
1)I dont need this button(close current tab), i need to do buttons like that, and add it to right of QTabBar and to choose their destiny, but it is my guit, i write it is not exactly
And can i use qwt in commercial project?
AFAIK: yes, but check the licence to be sure :-)
This is the main problem i dont know English very good and there it is quite complicated
In qwt used LGPL, do you know program with this license can be commercial
That is the same licence as Qt itself (at least: one of the licences of Qt). The answer is yes, you can make commercial applications based on it.
And sorry, but one more question :) : can i use it in the software with close source, if i dont modified it(as Qt)?
Perhaps one of "these":http://www.gnu.org/licenses/translations.html LGPL translations (note: these are for informational purposes only, the leading text is the English one) will help you understand it better?
But yes, you can keep your sources closed source.
bq. Perhaps one of these [gnu.org] LGPL translations (note: these are for informational purposes only, the leading text is the English one) will help you understand it better?
Pity, but there is no text on russian language
But there is no need, because you ask me and I learned what I wanted!
Еhank you very much for your help!
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Just so you know :-)
And once more: thank for your help!