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    Default Using visual studio add in


    I have just completed the installation of the visual studio add-in, and is now programming a Qt app. I am now trying to create a user-defined slot to link one of my buttons to but it can't seem to find the slot although I have created the function in my code. I may be doing it wrongly, therefore, may I know how to link buttons created using Qt designer to a user defined function in visual studio.


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    Greece, Chania
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    Default Re: Using visual studio add in

    Have you read
    Just remember that from a .ui form there's a class generated and according to the methods the above link describes
    you can use its members (ie a button) in the class you want. In your case the connect(...) method.
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