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Qt-based programs fail to start in 5120x1440
RonWesley last edited by RonWesley
During summer I bought the new Samsung 49" ultrawide monitor that has a resolution of 5120x1440 and since then I have some trouble getting certain Qt-based programs to start.
If I decrease the resolution reverse phone lookup to 3840x1080 nba reddit they start just fine and if I then swap back to the native resolution of 5120x1440 they work pcpartpicker fine as long as I don't close them.
If I try to run either program from a terminal I get output about QPainter not being active and eventually it seg faults.
The programs I've noticed I have problems with is VLC and KeepassXC. There might be other Qt-based programs that run fine but I haven't investigated other programs I use that run fine to figure out if they use Qt or not.
As for OS, I'm running Manjaro with i3, all fully updated.
I'm not sure if the troubles I'm having is due to a linux config problem or if these two programs have an initialization bug with certain resolutions.
Also, not sure if it matters but the monitor defaults to 3840x1080 before I log in with my user, which I think is a config issue on my end.
Any ideas about things I can try to fix this before I report a bug to the developers of these two programs?
@RonWesley Did you try to ask Manjaro/i3 community?
Also it would be interesting to know whether a simple "Hello World" Qt GUI app shows this behaviour, but that would require additional work on your side.