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  • #17209

    EightGroupUnit

    I cant doing set properties qml from c++.

    I done this method, -“buttonTextMass.at(i)->setProperty(“text” ,QString::number(mas[i]));”. But qml items properties was not update.

    #17216

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi,

    to solve this issue, we need to have a closer look at your specific project and how your integration of C++ / QML is set up at the moment.

    We can have a look to solve the problem or even implement full features for you with the purchase of a support package or the included support hours of our Indie or Enterprise plans.

    Are you interested in upgrading Felgo or purchasing a support package so we can provide help for the implementation of your project?

    Best,
    Günther from Felgo

    #17423

    EightGroupUnit

    How I can create new question?
    I do not understand your sistem?

    Why is everything so complicated?

    #17424

    EightGroupUnit

    Are you stupid?

    I can not use you sistem because this very hard, but you want that i buy it?

    Hahaha) No. First your will do normal sistem, last We will talk about sell/

    #17425

    Marcin

    Hmmm I strongly suggest you should try something else.

    Looks like vplay isn’t for you.

    If this is such an issue do not waste any more time here and try unity or any other solution available.

    Considering your language and approach they will definitely fit you better.

     

    #17427

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi,

    we are sorry to hear that you find Felgo too difficult. We are trying our best to make mobile development as easy as possible with our components – but of course there’s always room for improvement. If you have specific suggestions what we can do to make it even easier, we’re happy to hear them!

    However, please understand that there are limits to what we can do, as the technologies that we rely on (Qt, native SDKs and build tools, etc …) also have their limitations and unique way of handling things – this especially applies when mixing C++ and Qt, which is already a more advanced use-case.

    Best,
    Günther from Felgo

     

     

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