Qt progress bar not updating
Progress Bar percent variable not working since 4.12 Widget Progress Bar Issue Progress Bar Marquee Tint is not working.
The QProgress Bar widget provides a horizontal or vertical progress bar.
The progress bar can be rewound to the beginning with reset().
If minimum and maximum both are set to 0, the bar shows a busy indicator instead of a percentage of steps. Initialize option with the values from this QProgress Bar. This method is also a Qt slot with the C signature .
https://trac.transmissionbt.com/ticket/4621My view of 2.50 via both IE9 and latest Chrome both show the same result as the screenshot in the ticket (and 2.42).
Not sure how to report against a closed issue, can someone reopen? Are you sure you're looking at torrents with a seed bar? torrents with no seed ratio limit will not show a seed bar.
I have an equal problem, out of the blue my progress bar stopped getting updates, even though the value is changed it keeps getting the initial, not updated value.
This hasn't been resolved yet and i'm pulling my hair out for this.. i think i have the same one you did and im in the hair pulling stage.
The matplotlib example is a very integrated example so it's very efficient, the callback API will be less efficient but it will be simpler. 2016-10-28 GMT Antony Lee [email protected]: I looked into _tqdm_and it seems that there is a lot of things being done there that may or may not be relevant to my case.Rodney Tested with Firefox 10.0.2, still no change. If you're seeing something different, clearly it's an issue on my end, but what? (it should be obvious that a torrent with ratio = 0.0 also doesn't show a seed bar; just like the torrent that has been set to seed with no limit -- no, the Web client can't set that, it has to be done with something else like transmission-remote, or Transmission-Qt).It's a basic manual install - copy over the binaries, copy over the entire tree from /web, done. My installed transmission-daemon is built from the released sources.A progress bar is used to give the user an indication of the progress of an operation and to reassure them that the application is still running. You set it up by specifying the minimum and maximum possible step values, and it will display the percentage of steps that have been completed when you later give it the current step value.The percentage is calculated by dividing the progress (value() - minimum()) divided by maximum() - minimum().