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    Default OpenGL accelerated Widgets

    I have read this
    Quote Originally Posted by wysota View Post
    When speaking about graphics, everything (well... almost) in Qt can be accelerated by using OpenGL. You don't even need to know OpenGL itself, Qt will translate calls for you.
    in this thread

    I have an application running on a device with Windows CE 6 which should support OpenGL. What do I have to do that Qt accelerates the Widgets by using OpenGL?

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: OpenGL accelerated Widgets

    You probably can't. I doubt Windows CE6 supports OpenGL rendering system. You could only use OpenGL for Graphics View (if your device indeed supports OpenGLES).
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