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    Default QTextEdit save as RichText width Images

    Hello together,
    I have a QTextEdit where I can put in images via copy/paste.
    Now I like to save the data in the QTextEdit width the images (it would be nice as RichText).
    Does anybody know how to do that. With toPlainText der is just a ? mark and with toHtml there is <src='name'>. It must be possible to save that otherwise it doesn't make sense to add Images.

    Greetings and thanks a lot for your help.
    kea_

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    Default Re: QTextEdit save as RichText width Images

    Thank you for your answer.
    The saving as pdf works. And I have seen the saving as odf.
    I like to write the data into a database. But I don't like to generate a file, read it and write it to database. Is there an other possibility?

    Thank you very much.
    kea_

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