Qt is not working on a Mac
Last night I try to install Qt on my Mac and when I click the installer I noticed that the labels on the buttons for the installation were not showing (install, next etc.), the buttons are showing but no labels. I went and proceeded with the installation clicking the buttons without knowing what the buttons said and assuming that they were the typical buttons found when installing other applications. I got it to install but when I opened the application it is also missing the labels on some buttons and drop-down menus. Also, I’m getting and error every time I close the application (“Qt has unexpectedly quit …”).
Any idea why the labels are not showing?
Is there anybody there running Qt on a Mac with Lion without issues?
I’m on a Mac with OX Lion 10.7.2
See print screen:
I used the standard download for Mac OSX. I tried both the online and the offline installer and same thing.
Thanks a lot for your help!
Thanks a lot for your reply!
Where can I find information to find the solution?
I installed Creator separately and same thing, this is what I see when I try to create a new project.
For the xcode problem: just have a forum search for Xcode 4, you should get some results there. I don’t have the links at hand right now. For development, I’m still on a snow leo (10.6.x) box, but the applications I build run on lion without any problems. Maybe something went wrong during installation?
After searching the internet and reading similar problems people are having with different software I started thinking that I might be missing the font type used for certain parts of the program, since some people claim to have fixed them by adding the correct font or the encoding type.
Could this be the issue?
Is there a possibility that I’m missing some fonts or the encoding need to be changed?
Any one out there having the same problem.
Thanks a lot for your help “volker”
Ok, it least I’m not the only one having this issue, I hope this gets fixed soon.
Is there something I could do to try to fix it or this would be on Qt’s end and I would need to wait for a fix?
It funny because I actually went and installed an old version (Qt SDK 1.1.2) thinking that that was going to work but nothing, same problem.
“I refuse to the idea that I would need to develop on two computers Mac/Windows”
Thanks a lot for your comments.