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    Default IconView Problem

    Hei Guys, i have a slight problem with IconView, i have a window with 2 icons in it. Both are non-dragable and non-moveable. the thing is, whenever i select an icon the highlight becomes solid (non-transparent) Have anybody experience this issue? Thanks in advance

    Soryy should have mention this ealier. I am using QT4.1.0 on a windows XP platform. Thanks again
    Last edited by koklim; 23rd January 2006 at 12:43.

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    Default Re: IconView Problem

    Can you give me a screenshot of this?
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    Default Re: IconView Problem

    IconNotSelectedYet.JPG this is the image when the icon is not selected.
    IconSelected.JPG this is how the icon looks like when it is selected.

    Pls forgive me if the image size is big. I am rather new to this image editting thing.

    Many Thanks in advance.

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