OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › Debug menu bar introduced with 2.7.1

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    the debug bar is a nice idea. But it’s a bit problematic, because it y-offset’s my entire scene by the bar’s height.

    Is there an “official” way to disable it? Right now I use

    menuBar: null

    to remove the menu bar.

    Either way, add more debug options, that thing has much potential to make one’s life easier.




    Hi spike,

    Thank you for your feedback, we will take a look at our implementation and see how we can improve it.

    What debug options are the most important ones you would like to see in the future?


    Lorenz from Felgo


    Felgo Team

    Can you also please post a simple example where we can test the y-offsetting? We did not realize any of these issues in our demos.

    Cheers, Chris


    Felgo Team

    Hi spike!

    I just wanted to inform you that the y-offset issue is now fixed. It will be included in the next Felgo update!

    One change that is important to know, is that the GameWindow width and height properties can no longer be used to specify the size of the window’s content area. The width and height always refer to the total window size, which also includes the debug menu bar.

    Instead, to specify the size of the content area, two new properties screenWidth and screenHeight should be used. These properties are available both for the GameWindow and App type.

    To simulate a 960 x 640 px resolution in a desktop window, simply use:

    GameWindow {
      screenWidth: 960  // replaces width: 960
      screenHeight: 640 // replaces height: 640
      // ...


    The actual window height may then be bigger if the debug menu is used. But the content area will always have a height of 640 px.



    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by  GT.


    Ah, I totally forgot I made this thread. Thanks for all the trouble. 🙂

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