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Before diving into the QML code, let's take a look at the application \c main.cpp.
- Anti-aliasing for Qt Data Visualization graphs in Qt Quick 2 is not supported by default due
- to technological limitations. To enable anti-aliasing, a custom surface format must be set to
- the QQuickWindow we are using to show the application in the application \c main.cpp:
- \snippet qmlscatter/main.cpp 1
- \dots 0
- \snippet qmlscatter/main.cpp 0
- This will make the graphs nicer to look at.
This application implements a 'Quit' button in the UI, so we want to connect the QQmlEngine::quit()
signal to our application's QWindow::close() slot: