C++ Qt 14 – QLabel and QT Designer September 13, 2019 These videos are a bit outdated – I am in the process of replacing these with courses on Udemy.com Below are links for the courses I have finished so far. Qt Core Beginners Qt Core Intermediate Qt Core Advanced Tags:14, and, c++ advanced tips, coding, Designer, QLabel, Qt, trends Related Posts A simple C++ program to convert seconds into hours, minutes and seconds. C++ Programming Language Tutorial 51 Scope Resolution Operator Top 5 C++ compilers for windows and linux About The Author admin 10 Comments Benjamim Carrusca Thank you for doing these tutorials. They helped me to better understand QT function. Keep up the good job Bryan September 13, 2019 Reply vermiman Brian, How do you add multiline, line by line in code to the qlabel? September 13, 2019 Reply tek87 I was thinking the same thing. All these videos and he doesn't cover basic user input. I still can't write a program the user can interact with. September 13, 2019 Reply HouseShuffler If I put the code before "ui->setupUi(this)" the Application crashes… 😉 September 13, 2019 Reply Rostyslav Skrypnyk So I can change position of QLabel and its dimensions only from Design window and XML document, aren't I? September 13, 2019 Reply Azure Wang a little disagreement at 5:06: " ui->setupUi(this)" in the constructor is the function who construct all the ui by reading the XML, therefore I think if you put your own code before it, the ui will not be overwritten. September 13, 2019 Reply Extrovert1080 Hey Brian, one quick question. When I use the design window and I type in 汉字漢字 or Σ or any other special character not found on a keyboard it works great.. but when I code it in it always shows up as ???? … is there a particular reason as to why the coding doesn't allow special characters, but the design box does? If you already made a video addressing this issue please point me to it. September 13, 2019 Reply neol07707 This is very good. I've been using Qlabels for image placeholders recently via setting the pixmap onto them and I have been trying to figure out ways to allow the user to move the QLabel and resize them within the QMainWindow. Are you aware of how a QLabel or in general any QWidget for that matter within the mainwindow can be moved by the user via clicking and dragging the mouse to where they want it go, as well as resizing via a mouse method? September 13, 2019 Reply JohnsonGetDown @AbubakerMahmoud I really endorse that idea. Would put the video fullscreen and listen all day :)) Keep up the good job Bryan! September 13, 2019 Reply Abubaker Mahmoud @VoidRealms Hey Bryan, excellent tutorials dude, impressive, just take some time to use YouTube tricks to enhance, for example pack all the Qt tutorial in one playlist to ease accessing fast, and to automate the playing. Thanks, September 13, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.