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QtWebView iOS C++
whitecastleroad last edited by
I am struggling to make a QtWebView be visible (or properly positioned?) in iOS (via the simulator). I am using the Tech Preview of the new QtWebView (using QT += webview_private). Following is my main.cpp code:
QApplication a(argc, argv); MainWindow w; w.show();
Here is my mainwindow.cpp code:
QWebView* view = new QWebView(this); view->setParentView(this); view->setGeometry(QRect(0,0,300,300)); view->setVisible(true); view->setVisibility(QWindow::Visibility::Maximized); view->setUrl(QUrl("http://www.google.com"));
No matter what, the screen on the iOS simulator is blank. To further confuse things, the documentation states that a QWebView (maybe not the same as the new QtWebView?) is derived from QWidget, which is false. Thus, using standard QLayout and/or setCentralWidget is not an option. How do I show this thing?