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When I create a Qt project in Qt Creator, it assumes it's own folder structure. If I add a header file, it will be displayed in a new project sub-folder called "headers", same for source code and other types of files. I have already begun working on my project, and have an established directory structure:

---- headers
---- source
---- build
-------- debug
-------- release
---- assets
-------- graphics
-------- sound

However, if I add an existing header file from my project\headers directory, in the Qt Creator IDE I end up with the following:

---- headers
-------- headers
------------ file.h

Is there some way to make the IDE observe my own directory structure, rather than cramming it into the default project folder tree?

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