• misterdoc

    I see how to add a subview to a nav view item in the designer, but I don't find any option to create another subview. My application will need three or four different subviews that may be pushed when the user is interacting with the app. Is it just not possible, meaning I must create the UI in code?

    I should create another thread, but it would be nice to be able to copy&paste UI elements. For example copy an element then paste it in a subview. Finally it would be nice to be able to export a .pyui file without having to write a script to read the file and write it to clipboard.

    I have spent quite a bit of time searching through the forums and docs and I don't seem to find an answer to my primary concern (the nav view). Thank you guys for your help in advance.

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  • misterdoc

    Thanks. It's a little bit of a hack, but I understand. Also.... I created a little script to create .pyui files, but I am finding if they exist without a corresponding .py file, it seems they get messed up. For example, I created one with an empty View just like gets created from the menu. Added a few elements to the View then went to edit another script. When I came back everything was blank in the design view. Is it mandatory to have a .py with the same name? I notice the only thing in those blank scripts is import ui. Does that have something to do with what I am seeing?

    Thanks for answering some noob questions.

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