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    Default QSlider : How to hint current position value ?

    Dear friends,

    I remember it was easilly performed in other GUI IDE compilers, but am not finding in QT.
    Could someone help ?


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    Default Re: QSlider : How to hint current position value ?

    If by "hint" you mean tooltip, you can code a slot member of the widget that contains the slider (this slot will take an int parameter and it will set the tooltip of the slider) and you connect it to a signal like sliderMoved(int).

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    Default Re: QSlider : How to hint current position value ?

    I guess you are asking how you can find out where the slider knob is. Try QAbstractSlider::sliderPosition()

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