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    Default Grid-like Toolbar


    is it possible to have a toolbar with a grid-like arrangement of the tool buttons? Regular toolbars arrange the buttons in a row or column.

    I mean something like the tool windows in GIMP. Here is an example. See the tool buttons at the top left of the screen? That is how I want them arranged.

    Is this possible with tool bars? Or do I have to do some custom stuff?

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    Default Re: Grid-like Toolbar


    for example you can use QToolBar::insertWidget() with a widget you have designed (-> QToolButton). Or subclass QToolBar and do the layout yourself...


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