@Phantoman thanks for the info. Gonna check it out once I have more time after quitting my job Do you happen to a VM template for the environment ? If not then maybe I could get that going for the community
Not hard at all. I am not a programmer and even I could do it Of course you need to have some idea what programming is all about. Qt has an active community, so you will be able to find nearly everything you need via Google. You can start by going to the Getting Started tutorial, for example http://doc.qt.io/qt-4.8/gettingstartedqt.html . TVPad uses Qt 4.5.3 which is quite old now, but the tutorial for Qt 4.8 should be helpful as well.Also programming for TVPad2/3 is easier, because the widgets and layouts from the Qt Creator on Windows map 1 to 1 with the ones on the TVPad. For TVPad1 that was not the case and you have to resize the widgets on Windows to be displayed properly on the TVPad1.The most tedious task is maybe setting up the environment on Linux for cross-compiling, but you only have to do that once.As I mentioned somewhere else, the TMP app was the only graphical app that I made using Qt. I forgot that the Remote app was also made fully through Qt, but that was not graphical.