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    Default Adding/removing widgets dynamically...

    I want to dynamically add and remove widgets to a display, but it doesn't seem to work...

    the addBackground slot is called on properly but no extra widgets appear, even when I resize it. What can I do to make it work?

    I have members:
    Qt Code:
    1. QPtrList<BackgroundWidget> *backgrounds;
    2. QVBoxLayout *backgroundsLayout;
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    This is supposed to add stuff:
    Qt Code:
    1. void KreatorMain::addBackground() {
    2. int value=backgroundValue->value();
    3. QString name=backgroundName->currentText();
    4. BackgroundWidget *bg=
    5. new BackgroundWidget( name, value,
    6. generalBackgroundsTab, "", 0);
    7. backgrounds->append(bg);
    8. connect(bg,SIGNAL(removeBackground()),this,SLOT(removeBackground()));
    9. backgroundsLayout->addWidget(bg);
    10.  
    11. }
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    Default Re: Adding/removing widgets dynamically...

    Try calling the show() method.

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    Default Re: Adding/removing widgets dynamically...

    Alright, that works

    Now I need to see if I can remove them again

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