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Looks like your missing libqt5gui5 from your stage-packages UPDATE: So to expand my answer a bit more. Here is an simple working example to snap a CMake/Qt/QML application and make it runnable from qtcreator // main.cpp #include <QGuiApplication> #include <QQmlApplicationEngine> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { QGuiApplication app(argc, ...


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You're running into part of the security structure, which even in configure: devmode still prevents the snap from doing arbitrary operations on the system. I've been fooling around on the snappy-playpen github, (which has a gitter chatroom), but I am by no means an expert. If you are defining plugs for each of your apps/parts and are hooking them up to the ...


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This is what I did to embed an image in the "binary": I'm using a qmake project with the default folder structure in Ubuntu SDK. I made a directory to store my images: project_name/backend/your_click/images. With the backend folder I created a new resource file resource_file.qrc that contains the following: <!DOCTYPE RCC><RCC version="1.0"> <...


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You can see a copy of the OptionSelector qml here it uses UbuntuNumberAnimation when it's not expanded. There's no option for switching it off and if the feature is required you're going to have to patch upstream and wait a while for new versions of the library. You could make your own open selector widget though, remove the animation part and make sure you ...


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Ambiance GTK is the default theme and Ubuntu Mono (dark) is the default iconset (Ubuntu tweak tool can be used to change it if you want to match Ubuntu with your QT)


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Using the Unity Tweak Tool, I have found out that the default icon theme for Ubuntu 16.04 is Ubuntu-mono-dark.


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I am able to run on the Desktop target now. I've installed qt5-defaul and then configured the QT version in the Desktop target. Not tried with the emulator but the Desktop is sufficient to develop



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