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Addin not visible in Visual Studio 2012
I have a fresh install of the newest Qt, the Qt-Addin and Visual Studio Professional 2012 (under Win 8.1 64bit).
Now my problem is, the Qt5-Menu-entry is not showing up, it is registered in Tools->Options->Environment->Add-in Security, adding the path to “C:\Program Files (x86)\Digia\Qt5VSAddin\11.0”, and VS is running as Administrator. Now if I open a new project, the Qt5-Projects in the templates do show up, but if I make a new Qt5-Project, I get the error "Unable to find a Qt-Build", but I can't specifiy a Qt-buld without the Qt5-Menu.
Reinstallation didn't solve this problem either and I don't know what else I can do.
deleted57 last edited by
Same of your configuration but with similar problem. In my case the Visual Studio 2012 show an error at staurp informing that the Qt add-in (version 1.2.4) can not be loaded with the error "Unable to find specified file" error number 80070002. Tested in two different systems Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64 bit and both with Visual Studio 2012, same error.
Hope someone will know how to fix this issue...
I installed VS 2013 Professional on a Win7 64bit system and there it works without problems, so it must either be VS 2012 or Win8 that causes this.
Ok, I just retried it under Win8, the problem seems to be, that the newest Qt-Addin is incompatible with VS2012, if I use VS2013 it works perfectly.
leonlee last edited by
I have reported "QTVSADDINBUG-392":https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTVSADDINBUG-392.
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