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slow on mac
On macOS Sierra, I create a window with Qt. when I drag the corn of the window to resize, the bigger the window is , the slower the resize process. why?
the bigger the window is , the slower the resize process. why?
my magic glass ball tells me you are doing something in your code upon resizing. Is that correct?
After I create the project from qt creator -- new project -- choose template, I do nothig, just run it.
@raven-worx Would you test it on your mac?
i don't have a modern Mac at the hands right now.
Are you sure that this problem is related to Qt applications only? I mean i would suspect a general Mac window manager issue here.
Can you try if other apps also have the same issue?
No, other apps is normal, just qt apps encounter this problem.
artwaw last edited by
@three.zhang Is there any difference in behavior between debug and release build?
@artwaw These two version are same.
What exact version of Qt and macOS are you using ?
@SGaist version of macOs is "macOS Sierra 10.12.4"
Can you show the code of your widget ?
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From the web page: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7685534?start=0&tstart=0 , other people also claimed that resizing some of window is slow. Following programs are mentioned
I am not sure but I think there might be a common factor.
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