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    Default QML Comboox listed items orientation

    Dear Sirs and Madams!

    I have following simple QML Combobox in file UeStaffSelector.qml:
    Qt Code:
    1. import QtQuick 2.0
    2. import QtQuick.Controls 1.4
    3. import QtQuick.Controls.Styles 1.4
    4.  
    5. import si.mikroelektronika 1.0
    6.  
    7. Item
    8. {
    9. id: ueStaffSelector
    10.  
    11. width: 256
    12. height: 96
    13.  
    14. ComboBox
    15. {
    16. editable: false
    17. activeFocusOnPress: false
    18. selectByMouse: false
    19.  
    20. anchors.fill: parent
    21.  
    22. model: [ "Banana", "Apple", "Coconut" ]
    23.  
    24. style: ComboBoxStyle
    25. {
    26. label: Image
    27. {
    28. source: "qrc:///ueIcons/icons/ueUserLogError.png"
    29. } // label
    30.  
    31. background: Rectangle
    32. {
    33. width: parent.width
    34. height: parent.height
    35.  
    36. color: "black"
    37. } // background
    38. } // style
    39. } // ComboBox
    40. } // Item
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    It produces ComboBox as seen in screenshot:
    QMLComboboxOrientationCropped.png
    Now, this ComboBox resides in QML's app StatusBar and as you can see, test items are listed, that is ok. But, how do I reformat this item listing so it will reside on a top of ComboBox, as you can see from the screenshot?

    Sincerely,
    Marko
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    Default Re: QML Comboox listed items orientation

    I don't think there is a way to control this.

    A ComboBox is by default a drop-down control unless there is not enough space for the popup below the combobox.

    You'll likely have to create your own combobox-like control.

    Cheers,
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