[Interest] Qt and Qt-Apps Adaptation for iOS-9 "Slide Over" and "Split View"
coroberti at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 22:56:07 CEST 2015
Thank you very much for your input.
Well, my app is painting status-bar background independently
by code. Now it should detect if primary screen, and only in this case to draw.
Events relevant to change layout of views are supposed to be delivered by
Which Qt signals correspond to it?
Where you are doing adaptations for changes in actual visible area (UIWindow)?
On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 10:53 AM, Juhani Matilainen
<juhani at theocbase.net> wrote:
> Split View and Split Over works with Qt if you use Xcode 7 and storyboard or
> xib file for launch screen instead of png file
> A one problem is exist if you use QML to paint statusbar background
> Daniel França <daniel.franca at gmail.com> kirjoitti 21.9.2015 kello 9.33:
> My guess is that both "Slide over" and "Split View" are managed entirely by
> the OS and are app-independent, in that case Qt is ready... but I may be
> Em seg, 21 de set de 2015 às 07:09, Robert Iakobashvili
> <coroberti at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> 1. Is Qt ready for "Slide Over" and "Split View",
>> and if yes which version?
>> 2. How to adapt a Qt app for "Slide Over" and "Split View"?
>> Should we make some interface adaptation when getting some
>> Qt-notifications on changes in available display size?
>> Thank you.
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