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i was following the standard ubuntu touch app (currency converter), i messed things up with the showcase file, then set everything up again from scratch. Only difference being that the ctrl+R shortcut doesnt work anymore, if i use the qmlviewer i get the desired output but not with ctrl+R, infact i get nothing with that. i've posted an image of the code in Qt

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There doesn't seem to be an active run configuration for your project. (The arrow on the bottom left is not green)

You can change the settings under Projects->Build & Run

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how can we set an active run configuration? –  Projjol Jun 24 '13 at 5:24
    
if you have installed the ubuntu-sdk correctly there should already be a configuration there. Please specify which version of Ubuntu you are using and make sure that you don't have interfering configurations if you have installed previous versions of the sdk and/or qt –  djfun Jun 25 '13 at 12:19
    
i'm running on 12.04. i followed the answer given on link and i installed the QtSDK in a separate folder, i'm afraid things went wrong and i deleted the QtSDk folder. i removed and added the requisite PPAs again and re-installed Qt Creator. But, the path changes still exist, maybe that is an issue? –  Projjol Jun 25 '13 at 12:28
    
it would be best to install using the commands from developer.ubuntu.com/get-started and remove the version of qt5 in /opt/qt5/bin from PATH. The question you linked refers to the beta status of qt in the ubuntu ppa which is not the case anymore. –  djfun Jun 25 '13 at 12:33
    
ok.i followed the instructions on the get-started page when i re-installed it. how do i change the value of PATH and what should i place there instead? –  Projjol Jun 25 '13 at 12:38

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