Hi, I didn't understand your last sentence, whether you meant that wxSmith has or does not have support fo wxAUI - it does, if you meant to ask that.evstevemd wrote: cool If I get time, I will give it another go. But great is wxFB compared to wxSmith. One thing I appreciate is that, wxSmith supports much features like AUI but there is a work around for this
In terms of actually designing screens they seem to me to work exactly the same way, the big difference is that wxFormBuilder creates a class that is meant to be derived, whereas wxSmith writes code that you can modify directly. I know that there are good reasons why the wxFB people chose the first approach (as they state in the docs), but I prefer the latter.
In the end, much boils down to personal preference, and in matters of taste, to each its own.