Commit ce51e70d authored by Tobias Hunger's avatar Tobias Hunger
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Doc: Document keyboard shortcuts for wizards



Change-Id: I2148a66087a8c0aaacfb3ceb51febea8db840603
Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@theqtcompany.com>
parent ec63385f
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You can modify the build and run settings for qmake projects in the
\uicontrol Projects mode.
You can use wizards also to create plain C or C++ projects that use Qbs or
CMake, but do not use the Qt library.
You can use wizards also to create plain C or C++ projects that use
qmake, Qbs, or CMake, but do not use the Qt library.
In addition, you can import projects as \e {generic projects} that do not
use qmake, Qbs, or CMake. This enables you to use \QC as a code editor and
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\li Plain C or C++ Project
Plain C or C++ project that uses qmake, CMake or Qbs but does
Plain C or C++ project that uses qmake, Qbs, or CMake but does
not use the Qt library
\endlist
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To specify dependencies, use the \uicontrol{Add Library} wizard. For more
information, see \l{Adding Libraries to Projects}.
\section1 Binding Keyboard Shortcuts to Wizards
If you use a wizard regularly, you can bind a custom keyboard shortcut to
it. Triggering this keyboard shortcut will directly open the wizard without
the need to navigate to \uicontrol File > \uicontrol {New File or Project}.
Keyboard shortcuts for wizards can be set in \uicontol Tools >
\uicontol Options > \uicontrol Environment > \uicontrol Keyboard >
\uicontrol Wizard. All wizard actions start with \uicontrol Impl there.
\section1 Related Topics
\list
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