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Great Improvements to the Qt Creator “New Project Wizard”

Qt Creator

People who use Qt for many different projects on many different platforms have a lot of kits configured in their Qt Creator. For those people the “New Project Wizard” contains an annoyance. Picking the right kit from a list of twenty-something possible kits means quite a bit of searching. But no more! For the newly released Qt Creator 4.6 we added a filter widget to quickly select the right one. Enjoy!

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Daniel Engelke

Daniel Engelke

Daniel Engelke is a Software Engineer at basysKom GmbH, where he is developing applications in C++, often in combination with Qt and QML. He is responsible for solving complex problems and the technical consulting of customers.
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