@Linuxfluesterer No it's not the size of your hard drive, it's the size of the RAM allocated to that machine and how much it uses for /tmp.
So do a df -h and you can post the output or at least see how much space you have on tmp. If it is less than the 1.4gb needed for the install, up it. Or as I suggested temporarily point /tmp to a hard disk if you don't have the ram for a bigger /tmp.
Hi and welcome
Is there a reason you simply dont use a layout ?
To make it autofollow the size of window ?
if you place a QLabel on a form ( mainwindow.ui) , right click somewhere on
empty form, and select Layout menu and select layout, the label will follow maniform. https://doc.qt.io/qt-5.10/examples-layouts.html
@SGaist Your comment was very helpful. I checked the contents by printing them and saw that when I called the process, the file was still being written (since I write a JSON file from the GUI). So I added one more line QFile.close() and now the python script is called only after JSON gets written from the GUI. Now it is running fine.
The binaries may scan fine but the behavior of the program could be the trigger. If the program does things that are suspicious it will get more attention (especially a new program).
Just to make sure I would build Qt from source or only use binaries from a trusted source with a checksum hash that you can verify.
This is a big concern I have when moving between Windows computers. I have not had problems but I always keep in the back of my mind that everything might be deleted in the blink of an eye and snowball into a bad day - bleh!
class MyWidget : public QWidget << yes that is subclassing :)
Also, a widget can only paint on it self.
its not possible to paint on other widget from inside a
Thats why the first sample didnt work. You asked painter to paint on tab from inside mainwindows paintEvent :)
I guess you already found out but its just to make clear for other readers.
@raven-worx Thank you, it's cleart to me now. One more question - is there any possibility of grabing image of webview on android excent taking screenshot and cropping it? I know this solution is not ideal, but can't rewrite whole app and its UI logic now.
//Returns the source model index (In my case it was QFileSystemModel)
//filemodel is My QFileSystem Model.
@raven-worx Thanx for the suggestion. I think we can go a long way with this, except that we are on Windows and it seems we need some Windows-specific MIME-conversions. We'll try to tinker a bit with that.