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[Not Answered Yet] QNetworkAccessManager throwing qWarning() when internet connection is not available?
I am using the following code to download a webpage:
connect(&manager, SIGNAL(finished(QNetworkReply*)), this, SLOT(fileDownloaded(QNetworkReply*)));
connect(&timer, SIGNAL(timeout()), this, SLOT(killChecking()));
In case the PC does not have internet connection then the following message is thrown in qWarning:
@QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device
Function: virtual bool QIODevice::seek(qint64)
I do not understand why qWarning() should be used for this purpose.
Can I disable QNetworkAccessManager or QNetworkRequest to not throw this error?
Or atleast make it to qDebug() instead?
The message is also not generic so that I could filter it out in my message handler.
Requesting some workarounds for this issue...
It would be really helpful to me if somebody could answer my doubts...
Waiting for some help...
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