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Old 12-22-2010, 08:27 AM   #1
kiwidude
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Can plugins have a custom UI dialog?

I am aware that for custom plugins that the customization_help() function can be used to allow plugins to have a single string value supplied by the user.

However is it at all possible to launch a custom Qt .ui dialog included as part of the plugin zip file? Or are you limited to just the singly .py file containing your plugin code?

I have until now always used "tweaks" for my GUI plugins that require complex configuration. I can appreciate that it would of course be much nicer and consistent with other plugins if such configuration was self-contained and maintained within the plugins dialog instead. However a single "string" isn't a sufficiently powerful function for some of them.

Any other option available or do I just stick to tweaks for now?
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