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I have followed this helpful post on creating a custom form. I have named the Qt objects the same as the fields in my attribute table. I have also set the edit widget properties to text edit for the line edit widget etc.

The form pops up when I click on a feature, but none of the data appears in the custom form.

Can anyone suggest what might be the problem?

  • Not without seeing some code, specifically yours. Too many things can go wrong to try to guess. Can you edit your question with a sample of your code please. – Michael Stimson Jul 23 '15 at 3:45
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Most likely you only provided a .ui file but did not configure the widgets.

Go to Layer Properties > Fields and change (and configure) the widget type according to your needs.

E.g. Range for a Spin Box

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