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    Default How to set a custom widget on to mainwindow in designer

    This is the first time I'm using a designer, though I've been working on Qt for quite some time now.

    Consider the QWidget & QMainWindow created using designer doesn't have header & source files generated. I need to set a custom QWidget created through as central widget to QMainWindow. A header file is getting generated automatically for each of the form. But if I cannot edit it as my changes would be lost.

    In my case -
    app_view.ui represents QMainWindow and
    pstate.ui represents QWidget (This should be set as central widget for the above mentioned QMainWindow)

    How do I achieve this? Kindly help me. Thanks.

    I'm using Qt 4.8 in Visual Studio 2008.

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    Default Re: How to set a custom widget on to mainwindow in designer

    Multiple options:

    1) in C++ create an instance of the widget and set it as the central widget
    2) in Designer add a widget to the central widget and promote it to your widget
    3) in Designer promote the central widget to your widget

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