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Where to put Qt QML non-visual application components


Where to put Qt QML non-visual application components

By : Neo
Date : November 17 2020, 01:00 AM
I wish this helpful for you I have similar issues. I did have a look at some of the sources of Qt and figured you can do this:
code :
pragma Singleton

import QtQuick 2.0
QtObject {

    property FontLoader fontLatoBlackLoader: FontLoader {
        name: "fontLatoBlack"
        source: "qrc:/fonts/Lato-Black.ttf"
    }
}
Label {
    text: "Sample tesxt"
    font.family: Fonts.fontLatoBlackLoader.name
}


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By : Julio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I also found that DevExpress offers some free components.
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By : user2511094
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I think the best you can do is, design your application in a way that you can plug things in and out. So, a plugin/module kind of architecture best suits here. You can design your components module based; if application needs a module/plugin, install that, otherwise don't. Just like we do with our IDEs, like Netbeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ.
As this is a Swing application, I would strongly recommend looking into Netbeans Platform.
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By : Mahesh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Problem is with security setting . After 2-3 hours of Googling i found many solution but none of them work then i tried these solutions .
code :
There is one  folder in your machine:  "C:\ProgramData". 
Don't worry if you don't see this folder, unhide all the folders, you will find it there.
I did not had the rights on "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\VisualStudio" .
See if you have full rights on the same.
If your are not able to open this folder, This means that you do not have rights on this.
to give rights follow the steps below :
1) Right click on the folder "VisualStudio."
2) Go to Properties->Security. See if your PC name is there in the user names list, 
if not , then add it.
3) Go to Advanced -> Owner -> Edit -> Other users or groups.  add your PC name,
i.e add yourself as the owner of the folder and give full rights.
1. On the root folder, right click, select properties, select security tab.
2. Click Advanced
3. The window that pops up should show the current owner. Click "Change." 
The "Select User or Group" pop up box appears. 
4. In the text box, type in your current user name (you should be an admin), and hit the 
"Check Names" button. Your name will be replaced with the "official" system 
 name (i.e.,preceded by computer name and back slash).
5. Click OK
6. The box disappears, sending you back to the Advanced Security Settings window.
7. A new tick box appears below owner, with the text "Replace owner on subcontainers and 
objects" Select this tick box.
8. I also selected the tick box "Replace all child object permission entries
with inheritable permission entries from this object", but I think I had to run this twice
- once with this box ticked and once without.
9. Make sure that "everyone" appears on the Permission entries window, if not,
click add. The same box that appears in step 4 shows up again. 
Type everyone, click "Check Names" and then "OK"
10. Hit apply
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By : Jonnie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue If you use html elements instead of asp.net elements it is true that the size of the ViewState will re reduced but I am not sure that this will optimize your web application, since you will have to write extra code to handle input from the HTML elements. You will have to write more complicated code and this code will add some overhead on your application's performance.
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By : David W
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Yup.
All you need to do is sheep your bin folder. It has your executable and all dependencies.
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