I’ve been using QColorScreen to get a peek at all the windows I have opened in the emulator. I’ll keep it short and sweet — you can see the list of the various windows I’ve opened in real time or at a glance once they’re fully downloaded and loaded into the emulator.
The default setting is to use the default color theme for the window you are trying to open, but if you try to open the window with the default theme, you get a different color setting.
QColorScreen allows you to choose between two color themes for the windows you can open. You can change the color scheme for any window that is not already a window in a different color scheme. The default theme is the “normal” color scheme, which looks different than a real window. So if you tried to open one of the windows you wanted without the window’s color scheme and the emulator crashed, you’d get a different color scheme as a crash.
This is a problem that’s easily fixed by changing the default color scheme for the emulator. But like all emulator colors, it’s not a perfect solution.
For some reason, there’s a bug in the emulator that doesn’t let you change the color scheme for windows that are already running the default theme. So if you try to open a window that isn’t already a window in the default theme (i.e. you want to change the color of the window) but the emulator crashes, it gives you the choice to not use the default theme for that window.
For me, this bug is pretty straightforward: If you call the emulator with a window that isn’t a window in the default theme, it crashes. If you can’t call the emulator with a window in the default theme, it crashes. The easiest fix is to run your emulator with a window in the default theme.
This is a known problem with Qt.
To solve this, just run your emulator with the window in the default theme.
In short, this is a known bug with the qcocoa emulator. It will not call a window with an id that does not exist in the window registry. If you need a window with an id that does not exist in the registry, use one of the qcocoa windows.
The emulator has been modified to use the qcocoa window manager. In this case, the emulator uses the qcocoa window manager to have the option to set the window title in the qcocoa window. To learn more, read our guide.