upon downloading QT framework I love it! because its C++! well I like also the GUI feel of the QT creator =) but the problem is the code code help context menu(intellisense) has no documentation :( or I just don’t know how to set it up? its really good to have something readable while you love to see a very nice animating code help context menu =)
hi everybody, firtly happy new year 2013,
i just downloaded qt 5.0.1 for windows 32 bit mingw 4.7 but when i execute an application i got an error that says : “entry point unfoundable in Qt5cored.dll” did someone ever met that problem?
Progress update! I’ve got a custom label type, but when I view it, the label only displays the first letter of whatever the value is – but if I output the text property to console, it displays the text that I set for the label, so I guess theres some kind of visual issue there.
All the ones I find seem to have issues, like the code doesn’t work or it skips out a huge chunk of information and jumps on to something new. I managed to stick the code from this together: http://doc.qt.digia.com/4.7/declarative-tutorials-extending-chapter1-basics.html and get the type available in QML, but the C++ had a whole load of errors. I’m trying to use some information from that and from this: http://kunalmaemo.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/how-to-display-qwidget-into-qml.html to come to some kind of resolution but so far its not really working out :( Let me know if you find anything! :)
@TimJohnson I’m looking for this too
Hey guys, anyone know a good place to learn about extending QML with C++? I’ve only really played with QML, not C++ as of yet, so I would need something newbie friendly
Here is the answer to my own question about sending email from the N9. Take a look at this forum post: https://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/23626/.
The important point is that sending email won’t work while running as the developer user. Just install the app and run it as a normal user then email works.
Is there a complete but simple example showing how to send email? I want to add a feature to an app that sends an email without the user having to do anything (apart from initial setup of course). I know it can be done because I have downloaded several apps that do it but I have not found any tutorials or clear descriptions of how to do it. My target platform is the N9. I have tried several examples but they either only work for Symbian or they don’t even compile. I’m using “Qt Creator 2.4.1 Based on Qt 4.7.4 (32 bit) Built on Jan 25 2012 at 11:24:30”
Welcome! Good luck with creating a game for your son!
If your game is ready, please show us the result!
Hello to you all,
I will be mostly lurking around attempting to glean information needed to bring a game project to fruition.
I have no skills as a programmer but I want to create a game for my son.
So as I read the posts maybe you will find me looking over your shoulder.