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    Default Aceess Common Frame for two Different Ui class

    I have used 2 common frame in 5 base class i do not want to add 2 frame again and again is it possible to share 2 common frame in all class. my frame consist 4 pushbutton. i want to get click event on this 4 button also.what is away to do this way.

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    Default Re: Aceess Common Frame for two Different Ui class

    If what you mean by "Frame" is a QWidget with a set of child widgets inside it, then create a new class derived from QWidget and use Qt Designer to add your buttons and other widgets to it. If you want to expose the buttons clicks to the outside, then add four signals to this class and connect each one to one of the four buttons' clicked() signals. This will relay those signals to the outside world.

    Any place you want this same "Frame", you can add an instance of your custom widget and connect up the signals as needed.
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    Default Re: Aceess Common Frame for two Different Ui class

    Thanks for your suggestion. I will try and let you know soon.

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