[PyQt] QWebKit issue with certain URLs

alan moore me at alandmoore.com
Fri Sep 26 04:39:54 BST 2008

Thanks for responding.  I don't think that's it, though.  setPort() is 
for creating a URL on a non-standard port from scratch.  A link 
shouldn't require that.  Besides it works fine on my laptop when I set 
Apache to port 90, and I can browser URLs on all kinds of other ports 
without explicitly setting this.

I'm stumped.

 > > The only thing I can see is that it's on a
 >non-standard port.
 >Take a look at QUrl::setPort, you need to tell Qt about the >non-standard

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