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    Default Re: issue with loading QML ListView through C++

    I am trying to load a ListView defined in QML which is set as source of a QQuickWidget onto another QQuickWidget.

    The issue faced is that on first instantiation, the list is not displayed but on search through the list, the list gets displayed.

    code is attached
    HighlightList.cpp
    readwidget.cpp
    toolbar.cpp


    readwidget is loaded on QMainwindow
    read widget contains QWebEngineview, toolbar

    click 'highlight' (tool bar) -> show highlight list.

    Here the listview is shown, but the list items are not displayed.

    but on searching on the list, list items are displayed.

    kindly help me resolve the issue.

    Attached screen shots of the same
    Screen Shot 2015-07-17 at 10.51.40 AM.jpg
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    Default Re: issue with loading QML ListView through C++

    That looks quite unnecessary complicated.

    Why not just expose the data from C++ and use it as a model in QML?

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