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I found a workaround, although it may not be the best way to do it but it works. first, animations should be changed to PropertyAnimation { id: animationOne; target: bigLike;alwaysRunToEnd: true; property: "opacity"; to: 1; duration: 500 onStopped: animationTwo.start()} PropertyAnimation { id: animationTwo; target: ...


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The problem is not in building, but that your emulator doesn't have the 15.04 framework on it. You might try downloading a newer emulator image, but I'm not sure if the 15.04 framework has made it onto them yet. The --force-missing-framework option is meant for the install command running on the emulator, not your build command. If you copy your click ...


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You didn't specify what type of package you wish to build. I'm going to assume that you want to build a click package, suitable for installation on an Ubuntu phone. If you're using Qt Creator with the Ubuntu SDK plugin, there is a "Publish" tab on the the left-hand side. Select that, and then click the "Build and validate click package" button. The click ...


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I know about detecting the system using simple ping command: TTL 64 Linux/BSD 128 Windows 255 UNIX You can change the default TTL, but it is usually the default one. Or try the nmap: nmap -O But you have to study these command (sources) to find the answer you need.


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Abstract Buttons do indeed come with haptic feedback out of the box and does not require any special properties to enable it. It sounds like you are experiencing a bug. Perhaps if you can add the code of your custom round button, one can confirm and check if it works on our end or not.



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