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diff --git a/src/widgets/itemviews/qtableview.cpp b/src/widgets/itemviews/qtableview.cpp
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--- a/src/widgets/itemviews/qtableview.cpp
+++ b/src/widgets/itemviews/qtableview.cpp
@@ -988,6 +988,8 @@ int QTableViewPrivate::heightHintForIndex(const QModelIndex &index, int hint, QS
\ingroup advanced
\inmodule QtWidgets
+ \image windows-tableview.png
A QTableView implements a table view that displays items from a
model. This class is used to provide standard tables that were
previously provided by the QTable class, but using the more
@@ -1052,21 +1054,6 @@ int QTableViewPrivate::heightHintForIndex(const QModelIndex &index, int hint, QS
columnViewportPosition() functions provide the equivalent conversion
operations between x-coordinates and column indexes.
- \section1 Styles
- QTableView is styled appropriately for each platform. The following images show
- how it looks on three different platforms. Go to the \l{Qt Widget Gallery} to see
- its appearance in other styles.
- \table 100%
- \row \li \inlineimage windowsvista-tableview.png Screenshot of a Windows Vista style table view
- \li \inlineimage macintosh-tableview.png Screenshot of a Macintosh style table view
- \li \inlineimage fusion-tableview.png Screenshot of a Fusion style table view
- \row \li A \l{Windows Vista Style Widget Gallery}{Windows Vista style} table view.
- \li A \l{Macintosh Style Widget Gallery}{Macintosh style} table view.
- \li A \l{Fusion Style Widget Gallery}{Fusion style} table view.
- \endtable
\sa QTableWidget, {View Classes}, QAbstractItemModel, QAbstractItemView,
{Chart Example}, {Pixelator Example}, {Table Model Example}