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    Question Stack two QMenuBars instead of side by side?

    I am trying to figure this out, but have not reached a solution thus far.

    Problem:
    Qt Code:
    1. QMenuBar *menubar1 = addToolBar(tr("blah"));
    2. QMenuBar *menubar2 = addToolBar(tr("blah2"));
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    When it launches in a mainwindow it's like this:

    [menubar1] | [menubar2]

    I would like it to appear like this:

    [menubar1]
    [menubar2]

    How is this accomplished?

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    Default Re: Stack two QMenuBars instead of side by side?

    By the way, you are using QMenuBar *, while addToolBar() returns QToolBar*

    As for the answer, use QMainWindow::addToolBarBreak between addToolBar functions

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