Imagine you have a form which contains a number of UI components (graphics, buttons etc).
These items all start 'off' the screen, and move 'onto' the screen when the form is initialised.
How is that achieved with QT Creator?
If you create your form with all those components 'in-place', the 'setup-ui' code will create all those components and they will already be in their 'final' position....
So... Do you....?
* Use Creator to draft your 'final' UI, then modify the generated code for your animation?
* Use Creator to generate all of the components 'off the screen' somehow (use a bigger canvas?), and move them in the code later?
Related question with regard to layout managers...
Say I have a toolbar, that I want to start at the 'bottom' of the screen, and move to the 'top'..... Can we still use layout managers with animation, or are you forced to use exact coordinates whenever you want a non-static UI?
Thanks for any help!