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  1. Re: How do I include a 'Show open apps' menu in my application?

    Thanks, and sorry for the late response. It looks like I will need to familiarize with Symbian API and how to integrate it with Qt.
  2. How do I include a 'Show open apps' menu in my application?

    I am using Qt Creator (and Qt Designer) to write a widget-based mobile application. How do I include the 'Show open apps' menu which displays currently running applications and allows users to switch...
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    Re: PROBLEM SCROLLING QWebView PROGRAMATICALLY

    I've solved the problem after a further look at the documentation.
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    PROBLEM SCROLLING QWebView PROGRAMATICALLY

    I have an application where I have dragged and dropped a QWebView widget onto the main window using Qt Designer. I would like to be able to scroll the web page from within my program. However, the...
  5. Re: In a simple script setting accelerometerX to any non-zero value generates an erro

    Thanks to izinin. I will upgrade to Qt SDK 1.2, Let me mention while still on scripts that the 'rotate.qs' script for rotating the device does not work on Qt SDK 1.1.4 both on Windows and Linux. That...
  6. Re: In a simple script setting accelerometerX to any non-zero value generates an erro

    The code snippet is not part of my application code. It is a script (JScript or Qt Script) that I have written for testing my application using Qt Simulator (for example the BatteryIndicator example...
  7. In a simple script setting accelerometerX to any non-zero value generates an error

    I have the simple script below for testing purposes in a skeletal Qt project created with Qt Designer.

    //Simple script
    var myOne = sensors.accelerometerX;
    var myTwo =...
  8. Re: Should the pointer returned by QAccelerometer::reading() be deleted?

    Thanks to izinin. I just wanted to make double sure I don't create serious heap corruption or memory leaks since these problems are not immediately obvious when one runs or debugs the application.
  9. Should the pointer returned by QAccelerometer::reading() be deleted?

    I have an application with a QAccelerometer that lasts the duration of the application and is read at a high frequency. Should the pointer QAccelerometerReading* returned by the reading() function be...
  10. Re: SIS FILES FROM THE INTERNET RUN ON MY PHONE BUT THOSE FROM QT DO NOT

    Thanks to symbianyucca. After a hard reset, I can install SIS files from the RemoteCompiler. Let me add for the benefit of others that I had tried to install Qt components to my phone using Qt SDK...
  11. SIS FILES FROM THE INTERNET RUN ON MY PHONE BUT THOSE FROM QT DO NOT

    I'm developing using Qt SDK 1.1.3 on Linux (Ubuntu 11.04) and Qt 1.1.2 on Win 7. When I generate an SIS file using RemoteCompiler on Linux, and copy the file to my phone, it installs successfully...
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