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I was just able to get PyQt4 to work on my system, and I'm now have that of python2.6, and that of python 3.2, but I have been trying to open Qt designer but all it does is just open a process in the background eating up my PCs memory, but it doesn't open. I usually have to use task manager to stop the process. Anybody knows what I can do for it to work. Every other thing works, Qt linguist etc, and even the demos and modules in Python, but the designer doesn't
Thanks in advance.

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You should probably ask this on the Qt forum as this doesn't have anything to do with Python. I would suspect, but don't have any idea, that it has to do with the 2 separate installations for the two versions of Python.

Edited by woooee: n/a

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