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    Default QML application slow on raspberry pi

    I made a simple qml application with a TextEdit and a ListView. When I ran the application, the pi's cpu work at 100% and I can't even type to TextEdit, is terribly slow... the letters I type appear after nearly second!!! Is this a normal behavior or I haven't install openGL es drivers to pi???

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: QML application slow on raspberry pi

    Hard to say without any concrete information. Show us some code.
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