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    Hai all,
    I am developing my own 4 in a row game in qt. while we play the ball falls from top to bottom of the grid the problem is that it feels like ball falls over through the grid . But I want the feel that ball falls through inside the grid . I tried what i know? but no use. Is there any way to do so?
    thanx in advance .

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    Default Re: 4 in a row

    Could you describe a little more what is your current implementation?

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    hai rachol,
    There is a 7x7 grid(image). There are two players one is comp: and another is user. There are two balls . now the ball falls to the bottom from top when we clicked on the desired position but through over the grid(Image). I want to get a feel that ball is falling through the grid cells and get placed in the position

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    Ok,

    But how did you think to implement it?

    QGraphicsView or custom QWidgets?

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    Using QWidgets

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    So why are you posting your problem in Qt Quick forum?
    Your biological and technological distinctiveness will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

    Please ask Qt related questions on the forum and not using private messages or visitor messages.


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    Default Re: 4 in a row

    by mistake

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    So how does your widget look like? How did you implement it?
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    Default Re: 4 in a row

    I named my Qwidget as mainwidget and coded like this:
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    1. ui->mainwidget->setStyleSheet("background-image: url(content/Pics/M_CCholder.png); "
    2. "background-position: top left; ");
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    it works for me but the problem remains the same?

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    Well, because you are setting background to your main widget on top of which all the children widgets are drawn, it doesn't work the way you wished for.

    What about placing another backgroundWidget on top of your mainwidget? Or using QStackedLayout::StackAll and having your backgroundWidget being the current widget in the layout?

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