Fill all results of checked check boxes into a list, and then take the first n entries from that list (up to the number you need, or the size of the list)
EDIT: If you put the checkboxes into a container, you just have to loop over it
To complete, i tried to configure the settings and i have the output of the cross compile who say me TERM environment variable not set.
The cross compile is now standing something, but i don't know what because i've already set my TERM environnement → /usr/bin/xterm -e
Well to fix the crash perhaps you can find and update the video driver for your asus eee netbook.
But you can make Qt Creator start using the mouse (no CMD window):
Start Qt Creator one last time using CMD window, goto menu Help, About Plugins...
Find the line with the Welcome plugin, and deselect the Load tickbox.
Now you should be able to start Qt Ctreator the usual way.
I'm having the exact same problem on Android. When I drag a QQuickWidget that is hosting a QML-based WebView on Android, the widget moves but the WebView is left in the original position. Wondering if there has been any progress or a workaround for this issue.
I am using Qt 5.10.0, developing for an x86 Android platform.