I can't see anything. Not even main window.cpp



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  • Qt Champions 2018

    @booohooo Try starting Creator from command line like this:

    qtcreator -settingspath /tmp

    This will start with clean settings.

    Regards



  • @aha_1980 said in I can't see anything. Not even main window.cpp:

    qtcreator -settingspath /tmp

    Thank you for your reply, but I got
    "-sh: qtcreator: command not found"


  • Qt Champions 2018

    @booohooo Then use absolute path to QtCreator executable



  • @booohooo Nope, doesn't work.
    I've installed it and re-installed it several times. I haven't even started any projects. I'll check out GTK instead. Screw it.
    Can't even post a reply before 600 seconds.
    I used absolute path to QtCreator and got this : Users/taavi/Qt/n/Qt Creator.app: is a directory

    it should work out of the box! Why doesn't it work nor display anything? I'll check out GTK or something better. Shame that you can't really develop c++ with Xcode GUI.

    I dont want to be part of this community. I can't even get help here. I'll uninstall it. Bye.


  • Qt Champions 2018

    @booohooo Please calm down! Just because it is not working on your system does not mean it does not work in general. If you give up so fast you will be switching quite often.
    How did you install QtCreator?
    "I used absolute path to QtCreator and got this : Users/taavi/Qt/n/Qt Creator.app: is a directory" - here you need some more knowledge about how MacOS applications are packaged, this is nothing special in QtCreator (I'm not a Mac expert). I guess you need to check the content of that directory, somewhere in this directory should be the executable.

    You can also try to disable plug-ins (you can find them inside Help menu).

    "Can't even post a reply before 600 seconds." - this is a limitation for new users (some kind of protection against spamming users). I upvoted your post maybe now you can post faster.


  • Moderators

    @booohooo
    you seem to be new to MacOS as well,

    starting an application via the terminal is done this way

    open -a /Users/username/Qt/Qt\ Creator.app

    special note on the escaped space character.


 

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