OpenGL Texturing mapping and coordinates strange Issue

Here I load textures:

    glGenTextures(sceneList.count(), &mTextureID[0]);
       
    for (QList<SceneObject*>::ConstIterator i = sceneList.begin();i!=sceneList.end();++i) {
        Mesh* p = dynamic_cast<Mesh*>(*i);
        if(p){
            if (p->HasTexture()){
                QImage* a =  p->Mat().GetTexture()->GetImage();
                *a= QGLWidget::convertToGLFormat(*a);
                glEnable(GL_TEXTURE_2D);
                glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, mTextureID[counter]);
                glTexImage2D(GL_TEXTURE_2D, 0, GL_RGBA, p->Mat().GetTexture()->ImageSize().width() , p->Mat().GetTexture()->ImageSize().height() , 0, GL_RGBA, GL_UNSIGNED_BYTE, a.bits());
                glTexParameteri(GL_TEXTURE_2D,GL_TEXTURE_MIN_FILTER,GL_LINEAR);
                glTexParameteri(GL_TEXTURE_2D,GL_TEXTURE_MAG_FILTER,GL_LINEAR);
                glDisable(GL_TEXTURE_2D);
            }
        }
        counter++;
    }
    }

Then for every mesh i do this:

    glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, mTextureID[counter]);     //where counter=texture for current mesh
    ...
    const QList<Vector3D> vertices=p.Vertices();
    QList<Face>& faccie=p.Faces();
    int numerofacce=faccie.count();
    QList<Vector3D>& normals =p.Normals();
    int numerovertici=0
    for (int t = 0; t < numerofacce; ++t) {
        glEnable(GL_TEXTURE_2D);
        ...
        switch(f.numVertici) {
        case 1:
            a[1]++;
            face_mode = GL_POINTS;
            glBegin(face_mode);
            if(hasNormals)
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[0]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[0]].pos[0]);
            numerovertici++;
            break;
        case 2:

            face_mode = GL_LINES;
            glBegin(face_mode);
            if(hasNormals){
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[0]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[0]].pos[0]);
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[1]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[1]].pos[0]);
            }
            else{
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[0]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[1]].pos[0]);
            }
            numerovertici+=2;
            break;
        case 3:

            face_mode = GL_TRIANGLES;
            glBegin(face_mode);
            if (numerovertici<p.Vertices().count()-3){
            if(hasNormals){
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).y);
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[0]].pos[0]);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[0]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).y);
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[1]].pos[0]);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[1]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+2).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+2).y);
                glNormal3fv(&normals[(f.normalIndex)[2]].pos[0]);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[2]].pos[0]);
            }
            else{
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[0]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+1).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[1]].pos[0]);
                glTexCoord2f(p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+2).x, p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+2).y);
                glVertex3fv(&vertices[lista[2]].pos[0]);
            }
            numerovertici+=3;
            break;
        default: face_mode = GL_POLYGON; break;
        }
        glDisable(GL_TEXTURE_2D);
        ...

PRE: Vertices number=number of texture coordinatess

Every glTexCoord2f contains something like p.TextureCoords().at(numerovertici+2).x where

*p* is the current mesh
*TextureCoords()* is a QList&lt;Vector3D&gt; that contains all the 2D coords
*at(numerovertici)* : takes from TextureCoords List the "numerovertici" element
*.x* taking x coordinate

So,I am using a vertices counter named “numerovertici” to remember how many vertices were drawn,and before drawing each vertex I am calling the correspondent texture coordinate.

Is this a coordinates problem (I’m pretty sure they’re ok) or should it be something else?

This is how it looks right now (only half scene has been drawn to let you see the bottom texture).I have upload some screens because they’re better than 1000 words.

i.stack.imgur.com/d7GyG.jpg

solved,was a coordinate problem (bad import)