Qt Data Visualization Known Issues
- Some platforms like Android and WinRT cannot handle multiple native windows properly, so only the Qt Quick 2 graphs are available in practice for those platforms.
- Shadows are not supported with OpenGL ES2 (including Angle builds in Windows).
- Anti-aliasing doesn't work with OpenGL ES2 (including Angle builds in Windows).
- QCustom3DVolume items are not supported with OpenGL ES2 (including Angle builds in Windows).
- Surfaces with non-straight rows and columns do not always render properly.
- Q3DLight class (and Light3D QML item) are currently not usable for anything.
- Changing most of Q3DScene properties affecting subviewports currently has no effect.
- Widget based examples layout incorrectly in iOS.
- Reparenting a graph to an item in another QQuickWindow is not supported.
- Android builds of QML applications importing QtDataVisualization also require "QT += datavisualization" in the pro file. This is because Qt Data Visualization QML plugin has a dependency to Qt Data Visualization C++ library, which Qt Creator doesn't automatically add to the deployment package.
- Only OpenGL ES2 emulation is available for software renderer (that is, when using QCoreApplication::setAttribute(Qt::AA_UseSoftwareOpenGL))
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