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Qt5.7 - MessageDialog fall back to DefaultMessageDialog.qml in case of iOS not working.
Pankaj Kalra last edited by
Recently we have been trying to compile our existing mobile app
(previously developed and built using Qt 5.5.1) using Qt5.7.
While doing this, the MessageDialog functionality has stopped working
, when deploying the app to iOS device.
According to the MessageDialog documentation provided in
" The implementation of MessageDialog will be a platform message dialog
if possible. If that isn't possible, then it will try to instantiate a
QMessageBox. If that also isn't possible, then it will fall back to a QML
implementation, DefaultMessageDialog.qml. In that case you can customize the
appearance by editing this file. "
In our iOS deployment we relied upon the fall back to the DefaultMessageDialog.qml
file, which was available at the location "~/Qt5.5.1/5.5/ios/qml/QtQuick/Dialogs/DefaultMessageDialog.qml"
in Qt5.5.1 . But now while deploying the app on iOS device using Qt5.7 the MessageDialog doesn't work.
The reason we feel behind this is the absence of the DefaultMessageDialog.qml at location
"~/Qt5.7/5.7/ios/qml/QtQuick/Dialogs/" in Qt5.7 installation. In fact, there is no .qml file
available at the mentioned location. Also, not able to find DefaultMessageDialog.qml
file anywhere under ~/Qt5.7/5.7/ios/ .
NOTE: The MessageDialog works fine on the desktop, as the file
Kindly, also suggest if there is some deflection in my understanding, or if i
am missing some feature in Qt 5.7.
Would be really grateful for help. Thanks in advance.