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If you want multiple views on the same data, having a single view model was the only sane way i saw to update all views if you change the data in one view (that already worked, also multiple views was working). For the single record type editors, the plan was to fetch a "managed" record from the vie...
- 14 Oct 2012, 02:08
- Forum: Support
- Topic: How in the world am I spost to compile this?!
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- 26 Sep 2012, 02:20
- Forum: Infrastructure
- Topic: Two suggestion for the forum before I can start using it
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Nice, i like the theme.
Maybe we should put the blog and forum theme into a github repository so that optimizing it can be a collaborative effort.jedd wrote:My plan is then to keep on tweaking and optimizing as time goes by and, if possible, make a few modifications to the blog's code and design too.
Certainly you can have multiple view classes for a single model(-interface) in Qt, right. Yes, i currently use the same viewmodel [model(-interface)] for the filtertree and the combobox in the idlist. I just don't see what such an all all-encompassing tree view would be good for. It is a fast and e...