alright, so let’s see..
1. You can use Qt.resolvedUrl() which returns an absolute path from a relative one. However, the images should work without this function, unless you are setting the url from a component in a different directory, as QML would then assume the path to be relative to your calling component. Here is the doc for the resolvedUrl function:[url] http://doc.qt.digia.com/4.7-snapshot/qml-qt.html#resolvedUrl-method%5B/url%5D
It would be great if you could copy the relevant code here in the forum, so we can have a detailed look into the issue.
2. This is a bug in our current SDK v0.9.4 – fortunately it is fixed with the new version 0.9.5 which is coming in the next days! We’ll send the update note on twitter, email and detail the changes in a blog post – besides the bug fixes, there’s a lot of cool stuff in this release, so I hope you can wait for the fix a couple of days.