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    We have a problem that all our TextViews do not show any Text on iOS. The text works fine on Mac and Android and we have not really changed anything. Do you have any suggestions?



    We have achieved a little something with using a FontLoader like this:
    FontLoader {
    id: fontLoader
    source: "fonts/Noteworthy.ttc"

    Text {
    id: buttonText
    font.pointSize: 25
    font.bold: true
    anchors.horizontalCenter: parent.horizontalCenter
    //anchors.verticalCenter: parent.verticalCenter
    textFormat: Text.PlainText

    At least we see now the first letters of a word. Meaning the label “New Game” is displayed as “New”, or “Sound off” is displayed as “Sound. It does not take the space as indicator, because “Resume” is displayed as “Resum”

    We have absolutely no idea how to fix this. Again only appears on iOS!


    Felgo Team

    Have you already tried loading another font instead of¬†Noteworthy.ttc? We do support single ttf fonts only in general, we are however currently testing if the ttc font can be the source of the problem…




    We first tried it with Anton.ttf then with the Noteworthy.ttc and it didn’t work. However we changed it to Chalkduster.ttf font again and now it seems to work again. So I’m pretty sure it was the ttc!



    Felgo Team

    I see, if you want to use the font you can also try to convert the font to a ttf, for example with this online tool:


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