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    Is there a good way to have multiple open windows in an app. Each window should be able to be interacted with independently. I found a possible solution on SO where I add the following:


        QQuickWindow *p1 = engine.rootObjects()[0]->findChild<QQuickWindow *>("p1");
        if(p1) {
        QQuickWindow *p2 = engine.rootObjects()[0]->findChild<QQuickWindow *>("p2");


    import Felgo 3.0
    import QtQuick 2.12
    import QtQuick.Window 2.12
    App {
        id: app
        Window {
            objectName: "p1"
            visible: true
            title: "P1"
            width: 800
            height: 600
        Window {
            id: wP2
            objectName: "p2"
            visible: true
            title: "P2"
            width: 800
            height: 600

    This method so far seems to work. When I run the app I get two Windows open as I want. However, is this method “good”? Is there a better way to do this? The only drawback I’ve found so far is that I have to rebuild the project every time I want to see any changes I make (any way to avoid this?).

    Thank you,

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