[Interest] Images not loading under Linux
bhood2 at comcast.net
Fri Aug 31 17:32:37 CEST 2012
I have verified that it is not plug-in related (I have a logo in an About
window that comes from the same resources with the same image format, and it
loads fine). As you've both pointed out, this must be an issue with the
window manager (Ubuntu 12.04). I'll have a look at your link, Jordi, and my
thanks to you both for helping me confirm this isn't something I'm doing (or
that Qt isn't).
On 8/31/2012 1:56 AM, Jordi Pujol wrote:
> As nikos said, if you are using gnome take a look at this
> I've had the same problem and it's a configurable option...
> El 30/08/2012 23:56, "Bob Hood" <bhood2 at comcast.net
> <mailto:bhood2 at comcast.net>> escribió:
> I have a small project that has a number of PNG images I use for menu
> entries. Everything works correctly under Windows. However, compiling
> either the command-line Makefile or Qt Creator) and running the same project
> under Linux using the Qt SDK 1.2.1 displays none of the images.
> I have verified that my .qrc file is being processed and the resulting
> qrc_*.cpp file is compiled into the project. So, I'm guessing that it's a
> plug-in issue. I have a copy of the plugins/ folder in the same directory
> where the executable runs, and I have a qt.conf file that points at it.
> to be sure, I've launched the program with the LD_LIBRARY_PATH pointing
> at the
> 4.8.1 Qt libraries to ensure I'm not picking up some existing Qt
> that would consider the plug-ins incompatible.
> Is there a way, at program launch, to see the plug-in loading actions
> just to
> see if this is the issue? Or, if I debug the program using Qt Creator, how
> can I verify that the plug-ins are actually being loaded?
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