Static QFileDialog methods fail on Windows 7 Starter edition
phedlund last edited by
Code like this
@QStringList files = QFileDialog::getOpenFileNames (this, tr("Open Vocabulary Document"), QString(), Filters); @
works fine on Linux, Mac OS 10.6, Windows XP Pro, and Windows 7 Home Premium, but crashes my program on Windows 7 Starter edition. The dialog is never shown.
The same is true for getSaveFileName.
Does anyone else see this? I have tried upgrading to the latest Qt 4.7 snapshot, but that did not help.
The problem has been reported by a user. I do not have the Starter edition myself, so I cannot easily debug this.
Felix last edited by
im not sure, but wasnt there a limitation of 4 applications on windows starter? perhaps it thinks the filedialog is a Application by itself and stops it?
As said, only a suggestion I'm not sure if its really the problem