From the documentation,
The constructor should have the following arguments:
MyClass(int x, int y, int w, int h, const char *label = 0);
This will allow the class to be used in FLUID without problems.
I have a Double_Window() -> Tabs () -> Group () inside FLUID. When I try to add anything from New -> Code it automatically adds it outside the window.
The only widgets that can be added via FLUID are the pre-defined widgets inside the New -> (NOT Code)
Inside the FLUID example, we use the CubeView class but again, all the widgets added are the pre-defined widgets in FLUID.
Am I missing something that will allow me to add custom widgets ?
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