I'm on Windows XP pro 64 bit, and I tried to install the Qt SDK w. Qt Creator.
Here is my problem: Something in my system is making mouseclicks apparently not get properly to Qt cretor. In retrospect I realize this problem also happened in the installation phase (guessing the Qt installer is in itself built in Qt?) because I even had problems clicking buttons in the installer!
I have dual displays on an NVidia quadro board, one 1280x1024, one 1650x1050. The app behaves differently depending on which screen I put it on. Sometimes, things that I can click when on the smaller screen refuse taking clicks on the large screens and vice versa.
Basically, it's a 50/50 crapshoot which buttons work on which display.
Any ideas if Qt has some inherent massive flaw on multi-display systems?
Generally, I am getting nowhere fast and can't even buld/test the simple Qt Quick "hello world" test, because I can't even hit buttons in Qt Creator.
I suspected a few mouse-related tools at first:
- my wacom tablet driver
- KatMouse plugin (scrolls hovered-over windows)
- Synergy mouse/kbd sharing
But I turned off both Synergy and KatMouse (can't turn off the driver or I get no mouse at all) and nothing helps.
If anybody has any idea, clue, link, or anything, I'd be very appreciative for any help.
NO other software has these "hit and miss with the mouse" issues except Qt creator, and the Qt SDK installer. *every* other piece of software works fantastically and has never missed a mouseclick.
Thanks in advance!