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    Default Automatic reestructuring of elements of a grid layout

    I have a QGroupBox which contains many QCheckboxes. I use a QVBoxLayout to place them, but I would like the layout to place the QCheckboxes in a grid fashion, adapting the number of columns to the horizontal space available.


    Do I have to code the behaviour myself or is there a layout that does that automatically?

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    Default Re: Automatic reestructuring of elements of a grid layout

    Sounds like a use case for a flow layout http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtwidgets-layo...t-example.html

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    Default Re: Automatic reestructuring of elements of a grid layout

    indeed!

    Correct me if I'm wrong, FlowLayout is not part of Qt, right?


    Added after 15 minutes:


    And is there a way to set this layout on QtDesigner?

    Nevermind: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5...in-qt-designer
    Last edited by quimnuss; 13th January 2016 at 12:30.

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