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    Question Addition of images

    Hi to all..

    I m working on qt3.1 for Red Hat Linux operating system.
    Please explain me with example that how can i add images in front of files or folders When they are represented in the fortm of a tree(hierarchy).

    Please reply me as soon as possible.

    Thanx in advance

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    Default Re: Addition of images

    Quote Originally Posted by merry View Post
    I m working on qt3.1 for Red Hat Linux operating system.
    Please explain me with example that how can i add images in front of files or folders When they are represented in the fortm of a tree(hierarchy).
    Try QListViewItem::setPixmap().

    Please reply me as soon as possible.
    We always reply as soon as possible, so such statements are unnecessary.

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