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QuestionAdding "checkable " in Qt QMenu / QAction using C++ partially fails Pin
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AnswerRe: Adding "checkable " in Qt QMenu / QAction using C++ partially fails Pin
jschell15-Jan-24 4:00
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Googling with the following gives results that look like they have examples of menu creation.

"QAction" example sub menu


Other than that given multiple questions that you have about it. You might consider the following
1. Use something else
2. The source code is available. So you can dive into that to find solutions to your problems.

I will note that I do in fact use 2 quite often. Both for Java VM (and libraries) and C# Microsoft libraries. So it is not a flippant answer. Documentation is almost never sufficient for all cases. Looking at the source code provides solutions. (Or at least in a couple of cases proved that my current solution would not work.)
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