I got no answer the first time, so I try it a second time. I really found no
solution for that problem, so any help is recommended.
I wrote a little Qt tool using WebKit to download a webpage as image. Now this
works fine as long as the webpage is smaller than the physical screen or no
The source is here:
It is pretty easy piece of source :-)
Now when I call this:
./webkit-image http://www.dstoecker.eu/ymap.html >x.jpg
the output file is reduced to my physical screen size of 1200 pixels in height
To get it working nevertheless I tried to convince Qt that I have no 1920x1200
screen, but a much larger one, but till now I failed.
So my questions are:
a) Is there a way to convince the WebKit part of Qt to assume I have a much
b) Is there a way to convince the whole Application that I have a larger
c) Is there any other way how I can convince the whole software that it should
use 2000x2000 instead of my physical screen limits?
The software does not show anything, so it really should not care for the
physical screen dimensions.
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