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    Talking dynamic grid of toolbar icons in a dockwidget

    Is it possible to have a QDockWidget with a grid of QToolButtons that will adjust when a user changes the size of the dockwidget?
    Let's say we have 16 icons, and the dockwidget is wide enough for 4 columns, giving a 4x4 grid.
    If the user makes the dockwidget only wide enough for 3 columns, then I want the grid to become 3x6 (a single icon in the 6th row).

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    Default Re: dynamic grid of toolbar icons in a dockwidget

    You should have a look at the Flow Layout Example in Assistant.

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