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    Default multi page Application

    Hi all,
    I'm developing a multi page application.
    For example I've 3 pages: Main, settings, actions. Each page have some textfield and buttons, example: BackButton, OkButton, SaveButton. As you can understand when the user presses a button there is an action that involves a page change.
    I designed the 3 panels with QtDesigner and now I need to implement the logic flow.
    I do not know how to menage the pages flow with signals and slots.
    Do I need a Main class where there are the 3 page istances?

    What is the better and standard way in order to develop an application like this?

    Thank you in advance

    ilpaso

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    Default Re: multi page Application

    Have a look at QStackedWidget or QWizzard, depending what you need.

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    Default Re: multi page Application

    Thanks Lykurg,
    sorry for the stupid question but often the only way to solve with an easy solution is ask to experts.

    ilpaso

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