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Judging from the tracker we might expect the GUI builder to appear in the next EAP release:


Not in the coming build, but most likely in the next but one.

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I hope you guys looked at QTBuilder (under linux) for your GUI-builder. I saw that one in action and it really looked very promising.

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Is QTBuilder able to ensure a consistent style through the whole
application, e.g. by ensuring the same distances between components or by
same empty-border-sizes?
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Tom
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On Fri, 16 May 2003 12:53:23 +0000 (UTC), Wim Deblauwe
<jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote:

I hope you guys looked at QTBuilder (under linux) for your GUI-builder. I
saw that one in action and it really looked very promising.

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Wim Deblauwe wrote:

I hope you guys looked at QTBuilder (under linux) for your GUI-builder. I saw that one in action and it really looked very promising.


Sure. We have found Qt designer is very well.

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Vladimir Kondratyev
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On Fri, 16 May 2003 21:04:49 +0400, Vladimir Kondratyev wrote:

Sure. We have found Qt designer is very well.


I found a GUI designer for Eclipse the other week, commercial third party
thing, that looked really nice, wish I could find the link now..


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On Fri, 16 May 2003 21:04:49 +0400, Vladimir Kondratyev wrote:

Sure. We have found Qt designer is very well.


Found it - http://www.assisiplugins.com/screen_shots.html

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