There are some deprecated methods in the code:
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- R260:90f081d22747: Replace some obsolete methods with non-obsolete ones
- Run Gwenview, select an image.
- Use Edit -> Crop to ensure that cropping is working as expected.
- Press F11 to go to the full screen mode. The top panel should appear as expected.
I vote against bumping Qt to 5.10 just because of a single obsolete method. Qt 5.9 is a LTS release, which is supported until May 2020. E.g. I'm using openSUSE Leap 15.1, which uses 5.9.7 . Also, QImage::sizeInBytes() is recommend for images bigger 2GiB, but I never had success to open images that big with Gwenview.
Might be better to use QGuiApplication::screenAt() and get the screen where the window is open, rather than assuming it's open on the primary screen (also, the concept of the primary screen does not exist on Wayland; not sure what QGuiApplication::primaryScreen() will return there)
Thanks in advance for your answer.
This will introduce the dependency on Qt 5.10:
How should I proceed?