the crashed issue may be reproduced when the qtwebengineprocess.exe runs the website more than 10 minutes. The long time it runs, and the high memory it takes. It seems the memory is not recycled which cause this issue.
Qt WebEngine does try to support all Supported Platforms of Qt. However, due to different requirements of Chromium this is not always possible. Known limitations are:
Qt WebEngine currently supports only Windows, Linux, and OS X.
On Windows, Qt WebEngine only supports Windows Vista or newer as target platform. Due to use of newer API in Chromium, Windows XP is not supported. WinRT is not supported, either.
Sorry perhaps my questions was not enough clear. I would like to use Chrome Extensions like you do using chrome://extensions/ in your Chrome browser.
More specifically I would like to use WebRTC screen sharing features.
I have the same problem.
Thought we can add header or footer via CSS print on every page in Firefox, and with more work on Chrome, the webkit version embedded in Qt doesn't behave the same and the header/footer overlaps the content to print.
I'm not sure that page counter works neither.
Please note that css print with both header and footer on every page doesn't seem to be possible in Firefox for now.
I use Windows and msvc 2015 compiler.
I Installed a qt-opensource-windows-x86-5.9.2.exe. Then I changed a very little some headers in qtwebengine module. Then, I need to rebuild it. I opened configurated by Qt console for msvc2015 x86_64 compiler, go to the src/qtwebengine, typing qmake and after that nmake. nmake only outputs
Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility Version 14.00.24210.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
but did nothing.
I downloaded qtwebengine-opensource-src-5.9.2 separately and try to buid it - the same result.
How to rebuild qtwebengine using msvc 2015 compiler?