DavJTanner at aol.com
DavJTanner at aol.com
Mon Mar 9 14:16:40 GMT 2009
In a message dated 3/7/2009 7:35:58 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, apaku at gmx.de
On 07.03.09 19:02:57, DavJTanner at aol.com wrote:
> I am running Gentoo linux.
> I recently emerged kde and kdevelop. When I invoke Qt designer, it is
> The buttons are blank. I can't find any way to make a new slot or make
> kde: 3.5.9,
> kdevelop: 3.5.2,
> qt 4: 4.3.3,
> Qt designer: 4.3.3.
> This is probably a Gentoo issue, but I wonder if you have heard of it?
So you're using the standalone Qt4 designer? If so I suggest to ask in the
qt-interest list or file a bugreport with Gentoo. I've never seen Qt4
designer have no icons on the buttons.
Note though that Qt4 designer doesn't support the same kind of
slot-creation that Qt3 designer supported. You can instruct it to expect a
given slot, so it'll generate a connect statement, but there's no
code-editing inside Qt4 designer, so you have to declare and define the
slot outside (i.e. in kdevelop) yourself.
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I used Qt4 designer because the new version of kdevelop connected me to it
(I hadn't visited kde/kdevelop in over 2 years). I assumed this was just the
latest version of designer. When the icons were missing, I wondered what
else could be missing in error. Now that I know the omission is not an error I
say, "Without the code generating features of Qt3 desugener, what good is
it?" I have subsequently found where Qt3 designer lives and will see if it will
work with Qt4. I am also really turned off by the "scattered windows"
interface of Qt4 designer.
I found the solution to the missing icons on the Gentoo forums:
(http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-566618-highlight-designer.html) (the last
post). Why this happened in the distribution and what the fix does is "black
magic" to me. And the emerge with the new USE options, offered other issues. I
like Gentoo, but when things don't work right, it becomes very frustrating.
I guess this criticism applies to all of linux.
Thanks for your reply.
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