OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › How to hide statusbar on Android

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    Felgo Team

    Hi Caeser!

    It is true that the status bar should be automatically hidden for games.
    A freshly generated empty game project and also the demo games like “Flappy Bird” should all be fullscreen when running on Android.

    If you are using the Felgo Apps Components or use the import Felgo 3.0 somewhere in your project the status bar will be visible, as the status bar appearance can be set with the App Theme then.

    Are you maybe using Felgo Apps somewhere in your game project?




    Hi Gunther,

    that sure as well fixed it.  its the import Felgo 3.0.

    I was using it to test some Felgo Plugins.

    Is there a way of  how to hide the bottom Navigation bar in Android?



    Felgo Team

    Hi Caeser,

    at the moment we do not provide any setting to hide the bottom navigation bar.

    If you absolutely need that feature, you can add it by integrating custom Java code -> this requires to go over C++ and JNI though. (See here to learn about Integrating C++). However, we recommend to always have the home and back button accessible as it is the main navigation for the device.


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