On pondělí 9. prosince 2019 14:53:40 CET mario futire wrote:
There are outstanding issues in all Qt apps when they run in the
Fedora 31 desktop which is GNOME / Wayland.
2) Qt creator become almost
useless without drag & drop
Both are same bug. I understand that non working drag and drop is a problem. I
will try to investigate.
This is a wayland limitation, apps are not allowed to position themself.
All in all it makes a very bad user experience with what is a big
framework in the default F31 desktop.
I think the major issue is that these bugs end up in no man's
1) Qt GNOME X11: all fine
2) Qt KDE Wayland: all fine
So is the bug in Qt? Mutter? Wayland? Users are not even aware of what is a
Qt app and what not.
I have written in the main users mailing list and was told to try
I think that in this state Qt apps should not be allowed to run in
under GNOME (by default).
What do you think?
I think that when Gnome decided to switch to Wayland, there was way more
issues and the move to switch Wayland actually helped Wayland adoption a lot.
Every major change has issues at the beginnings and we are constantly working
to make it better.