@mrjj understood. thank you.
Not sure this will help. But I only wished to have messages animate for my splash. And this is what I do:
In my main I define a QApplication derived class:
I construct the object, I have an init method that emits progress signal messages such as:
Back in main, after app is declared but before app.init():
wow,..is that supposed to help ? LOL ! :)
Thank you very much for all explaination,..I really need to make tests with this.
maybe one day I'll be one of yours..(guru) :)
for now I cut/Paste your explaination on my notebook :)
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Thanks a lot :)
See this article to get the instruction to create a splash screen without black screen and show immediately:
Complete Guide to Making a Splash Screen for your QML Android Application — Medium
@patrikd thanks for that.
noticed that i shouldn't be using it as a splash screen but rather as a preview of what will load once the real window is shown.
followed the instructions at http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/platform-notes-ios.html#launch-images by creating the
images and adding them to the .pro file as :
and adding them to the info.plist (see below for info.plist file)
but it still shows up with the name of my application. did a clean rebuild but seem to be missing something. Is there an example that uses a launch image to see what i'm doing wrong ?
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