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Doc: update new project wizard instructions

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\title Managing Projects
To set up a project, you first have to decide what kind of an
application you want to develop: whether you want a Qt Quick user interface
or a Qt widget based user interface. For a Qt Quick project, you must also
application you want to develop: whether you want a user interface
based on Qt Quick, Qt widgets, or HTML5. For a Qt Quick or HTML5 project,
you must also
choose the language to implement the application logic: C++ or JavaScript.
You can also create other kinds of projects, such as Qt console
applications, shared or static C++ libraries, or subprojects.
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\list
\o Qt Quick Projects, which use QML to define the user interface and,
\o Qt Quick Projects
Use QML to define the user interface and,
optionally, C++ or JavaScript to define the application logic
\o Qt Widget Projects, which use \QD forms to define a Qt widget based
\o Qt Widget Projects
Use \QD forms to define a Qt widget based
user interface and C++ to define the application logic
\o Other Projects, such as Qt console applications, shared or static
C++ libraries, Qt unit tests, Qt Custom Designer Widgets, or
subprojects
\o Other Projects
\list
\o HTML5 based applications
\o
\o Qt console applications
\o Shared or static C++ libraries
\o Qt unit tests
\o Qt Custom Designer Widgets
\o Subprojects
\endlist
\endlist
To create a new project, select \gui File > \gui{New File or Project} and
select the type of your
project.
The contents of the wizard dialogs depend on the project type.
The contents of the wizard dialogs depend on the project type and
the build targets that you select in the \gui {Qt Versions} dialog.
Follow the instructions of the wizard.
For examples of creating different types of projects, see
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environment, for example, as part of the \QSDK. You can add targets
later in the \gui Projects mode.
The \gui {Application Options} dialog opens.
The \gui {Mobile Options} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-mobile-project-app-options.png "Application Options dialog"
\image qtcreator-mobile-project-app-options.png "Mobile Options dialog"
\o In the \gui {Orientation behavior} field, determine how the application
behaves when the orientation of the device display rotates between portrait
and landscape, and then click \gui{Next}.
\note Qt Creator contains a default program icon and generates a UID for testing
the application on a device. You only need to specify the \gui {Symbian Specific}
and \gui {Maemo Specific} settings if you deliver the application for public use.
\note This dialog opens only if you select \gui Maemo5 or
\gui {Symbian Device} target in the \gui {Qt Versions} dialog.
The \gui {Symbian Specific} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-mobile-project-symbian-options.png "Symbian Specific dialog"
\note Qt Creator contains a default program icon and generates an
\l{Application UID}, for testing the application on a device. You only
need to change the icon and UID if you deliver the application for public use.
\o Click \gui Next.
The \gui {Maemo Specific} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-mobile-project-maemo-options.png "Maemo Specific dialog"
\o In the \gui {Application icon (64x64)} field, select the application
icon to use on Maemo targets, or click \gui Next to use the default icon.
The \gui{Project Management} dialog opens.
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\o Select \gui{File > New File or Project > Qt Widget Project > Qt Gui
Application > Choose}.
\image qtcreator-new-project.png "New File or Project dialog"
\image qtcreator-new-qt-gui-application.png "New File or Project dialog"
The \gui{Introduction and Project Location} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-intro-and-location.png "Introduction and Project Location dialog"
\image qtcreator-intro-and-location-qt-gui.png "Introduction and Project Location dialog"
\o In the \gui{Name} field, type \bold {TextFinder}.
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The \gui {Qt Versions} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-new-project-qt-versions.png "Qt Versions dialog"
\image qtcreator-new-project-qt-versions-qt-gui.png "Qt Versions dialog"
\o Select the Qt versions to use as build targets for your project, and click
\gui{Next}.
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The \gui{Class Information} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-class-info.png "Class Information dialog"
\image qtcreator-class-info-qt-gui.png "Class Information dialog"
\o In the \gui{Class name} field, type \bold {TextFinder} as the class name.
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The \gui{Project Management} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-new-project-summary.png "Project Management dialog"
\image qtcreator-new-project-summary-qt-gui.png "Project Management dialog"
\o Review the project settings, and click \gui{Finish} to create the project.
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\list
\o \gui {Qt Quick UI} creates a Qt Quick UI project with a single QML file that
contains the main view. You can review Qt Quick UI projects in the QML Viewer and you
need not build them. You do not need to have the development environment installed on your
computer to create and run this type of projects.
\o \gui {Qt Quick Application} creates a Qt Quick application project that can
contain both QML and C++ code. The project includes a QDeclarativeView. You can build
the application and deploy it on desktop and mobile target platforms. For example, you
can create signed Symbian Installation System (SIS) packages for this type of projects.
\o \gui {Qt Quick UI} creates a Qt Quick UI project with a single QML file that
contains the main view. You can review Qt Quick UI projects in the QML Viewer and you
need not build them. You do not need to have the development environment installed on your
computer to create and run this type of projects.
\o \gui {Custom QML Extension Plugin} creates a C++ plugin that makes it possible
to offer extensions that can be loaded dynamically into applications by using the
QDeclarativeEngine class.
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The \gui{Introduction and Project Location} dialog opens.
\image qmldesigner-new-project-location.png "Introduction and Project Location dialog"
\image qmldesigner-new-ui-project-location.png "Introduction and Project Location dialog"
\o In the \gui Name field, give a name to the project.
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versions are displayed. Further, if you have only one supported Qt version installed,
this dialog is skipped.
The \gui{Application Options} dialog opens.
The \gui {Mobile Options} dialog opens.
\image qtcreator-mobile-project-app-options.png "Application Options dialog"
\image qmldesigner-new-app-project-mobile-options.png "Mobile Options dialog"
\o In the \gui {Orientation behavior} field, determine how the application
behaves when the orientation of the device display rotates between portrait
and landscape.
and landscape, and then click \gui Next.
\note This dialog opens only if you select \gui Maemo5 or
\gui {Symbian Device} target in the \gui {Qt Versions} dialog.
The \gui {Symbian Specific} dialog opens.
\image qmldesigner-new-project-symbian-options.png "Symbian Specific dialog"
\o In the \gui {Application icon} field, select an application icon.
\o In the \gui {Application icon (.svg)} field, select an application
icon for the \gui {Symbian Device} target, or use the default icon.
\o In the \gui {Target UID3} field, specify the \l{Application UID}.
\o In the \gui {Target UID3} field, specify the \l{Application UID}, or
use the default UID.
\note Qt Creator generates a UID for testing the application on a device.
You need to change the UID when you deliver the application for public
use.
\o If the application needs network connectivity, select the
\gui {Enable network access} check box, and then click \gui{Next}.
\o Click \gui Next.
The \gui {Maemo Specific} dialog opens.
\image qmldesigner-new-project-maemo-options.png "Maemo Specific dialog"
\o In the \gui {Application icon (64x64)} field, select the application
icon to use on Maemo targets, or use the default icon.
The \gui {QML Sources} dialog opens.
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