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QSplitter on Android

  • I made a simple desktop application which has one QSplitter and two widgets on both sides.

    It works fine on Windows, which means I can grab the splitter with a mouse between two and draw back and force and change the size of widgets.

    Now, I deployed the same application to Android. Everything seems to be working exactly as it worked on Windows except that the splitter doesn't move.

    Isn't QSplitter supported on Android?
    Is there any other way to move the boundaries between widgets on Android?

    'chart' program in Qt example, examples\widgets\itemviews\chart is one of such application, in which vertical boundary between widget can be dragged with mouse, but not on Android.

    I am using Qt 5.2 on Windows 7 64-bit, Android 4.0.4(API15).
    Thank you for any advice!

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    Sounds rather like a bug, you should have a look at the "bug report system": to see if it's something known.

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