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    Default Exception triggered using QtQuick in Debug Mode when closing main window via X Button

    So Im working with QtCreator and a QtQuick application with a main window.

    When closing the window via the X button in debug mode the debugger throws an exception.

    The exception is thrown from the disassembler tracktraced to the QQuickListView::spacingChanged() method.

    My main window only contains a Rectangle, ImageItem, some Labels, TextInput and a GroupBox

    Is this a known issue?

    I tried quitting the QmlEngine or QApplication manually when the onClosed signal is thrown and some other stuff but nothing helped.

    I appreciate some help.

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    Default Re: Exception triggered using QtQuick in Debug Mode when closing main window via X Bu

    It sounds like there is a call being made using a pointer to an object that has already been deleted, but beyond that it is hard to say if that is occurring in your code or somewhere in the QtQuick internals.
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