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    Default How to add SVG file at tab widget(Tab1) ??

    I make a tab widget and have 2 tabs.
    I want to show a SVG file at tab1.
    How could I offser SVG file add into the tab1's graphics View ??
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    Default Re: How to add SVG file at tab widget(Tab1) ??

    QSvgGraphicsItem and QSvgWidget are not the same. If all you want to do it display an SVG file in a widget by itself on a tab, use QSvgWidget. If you want a QGraphicsScene that includes other QGraphicsItem types in addition to the SVG item, then you will use the Qt Graphics/View subsystem to build the scene and display it in your view.

    If all you want is simple SVG display, then replace the QGraphicsView in your mainwindow.ui with QSvgWidget.
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