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    Question MultiMediaWidget seems to break QListWidget repaint.

    I was playing around with example code from Qt and i'm seeing strange behavior. I would really appreciate it if someone could explain this to me.

    Qt/Examples/Qt-5.11.0/multimediawidgets/player


    • Copy the multimediawidgets player example and replace player.h and player.cpp with the attached 2 files.
    • The QListWidget that I added operates as expected on launch, the user can select either item and it displays single selection.
    • Now play any video file.
    • The QListWidget no longer repaints as expected.
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    Default Re: MultiMediaWidget seems to break QListWidget repaint.

    Additional info:

    The list widget that I added on the left is used as a window display selection. The top selection (index 0) displays the Movie Player, while the bottom selection (index 1) displays a QLabel "Hello World". Once a movie is played the list widget starts rendering incorrectly. Does anyone know what is causing this behavior?

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